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03-31-2019, 12:35 PM - 4 Likes   #226
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"Don't go away mad.....just go away!"
I take it they agreed to disagree. Nice shot Pam.

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Young llama at a local farm and horse rescue facility.

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Oscar's been enjoying traipsing from one greening-up grass clump to another in the pasture.



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Had an assignment again at a farm. Two swans flew over the cows.

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Oregano, the French Alpine goat. (His "brother," Pepperoni, has his head buried in the hay.)



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Young llama at a local farm and horse rescue facility.
So photogenic! TFS Pam.

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Oscar's been enjoying traipsing from one greening-up grass clump to another in the pasture.
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Oregano, the French Alpine goat. (His "brother," Pepperoni, has his head buried in the hay.)
We can sense the changing mood with the change of seasons at your place, G'n'D.
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Had an assignment again at a farm. Two swans flew over the cows.
That's a striking combination. Lovely image. My temptation would be to crop it to 2:1 or 5:2 for a panorama effect.

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Okay, you'd look matted and bedraggled, too, if you'd been standing out in rain storms for four days straight and your human hadn't brushed you yet!



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Okay, you'd look matted and bedraggled, too, if you'd been standing out in rain storms for four days straight and your human hadn't brushed you yet!



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Oscar does look a bit rumpled!
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