Alpaca

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  1. crazy_dragonlady

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    My husband and I were on a service call and the homeowner is just getting into the alpaca fleece selling business. He asked me to take some photos of his new stud. This is one of them.

    Not the best shooting conditions as it was cloudy and raining but they turned out pretty good considering the conditions. The photo was taken with our Kodak EasyShare C633 on "Auto".

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    As always C&C are welcome and appreciated! :D

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    The wet conditions weren't your best friend, but what a lovely animal. If it's not a long distance, I may have to go back when it's not raining.
     
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    Nice smile and cool hairdo. :D
     
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    LOL, I'm sure they didn't like the rain that much either but their thick fleece sure kept them pretty dry.

    I really would love to go back and take some more photos, this time of all of the alpacas he's got in his barn. And, on a sunny day! :lmao:

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    I think if you blurred the background a little the alpaca would stand out even more. Great job
     

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