A woman living wild and wonderfully in the West Virginia mountains.
LMAOI have all those photos too in the way of dogs, cats, goats, horses, ducks. You take 400 photos and you MIGHT get 1 or 2 good ones of each animal. Doncha Love it!Nicky. x
What a chuckle you gave me as well as a reminder of all the pix I take and delete!!!!...:)JP
Goats are so hard to get a good photo of!!!! It seems like you have to take 50 just to get 2 or 3 good ones!
LOL. The shots themselves may be a bit off, but their personality shines through without a doubt!
Hello there! I cannot tell you how much I love goats. My husband keeps talking about getting two pigmy goats, and I get really excited, but it's just not practical where we live!!Your blog is magic and oh I do love your home.x
Glad you kept your sense of humor about it. Are you trying to sell some, or was this just for amusement? I got lucky with this guy in southern Indiana. He was so bored, I guess, that he was interested in me and held still.http://banjo52.blogspot.com/search?q=goat
LOL You made me laugh.Girl, you have your hands full! I never thought how difficult it must be to get any of those animals to hold still.Your place is just heaven :-)
I'm laughing at your pictures, it brings back memories of the times I used to try and photograph goats of my uncles. They had a bad habit of boarding the village bus and ending up in jail,I was always the one who sprung 'em.What a wild and magical place you have, I would be in my glory :)I love all these pictures !!~Jo
'Never work with animals or children'LOLIf I had a Dollar for every shot like that...The fact that you get shots of those scamps at all is a credit to you!Looking forward to the blurred rabbits.x
LOL! Goats are tricky, huh?
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