Llama's & Alpaca's

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  1. JohnMD

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    Well I was out today looking for wildfowl but came across some of these!
    Some are Llamas and some are Alpacas.
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    Each one of these is quite good. I know a person that looks like each one. Vibrant colours.
     
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    I am envious of your social circle!
     
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    The second looks like an elegant lady to me. I like that photo best of all.
    You have some beautiful weather to get this light! I like them and the green backgrounds, nicely blurred, with the focus right on your motifs. Great captures.
    Why do they live in England?
    Wouldn`t you expect these elsewhere in this world, but not exactly England?
     
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    Nice backlighting in some of these. The 4th one's my favorite. But then the guy in #5 in the lower right corner really makes me laugh, so maybe he is my favorite.

    I can see that you enjoyed yourself.
     
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    They remind me of my time in South America. Don't they just have lovely expressions!
     
  7. JohnMD

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    They are not native in this country. They come from South America but are farmed in this part of the world for their wool which is apparantly very good quality and high yield.
     
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    these are very nice shots, but what part of england can you go out and happen to come across some Llamas & alpacas? :) love em!!!
     
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    hi if you want beaches, sunsets sunrises weird musis photos and cool prints and frames i've been advised that www.bambooprints.co.uk could be worth a look.
     

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