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We are 5 llamas, 4 Angora goats, 6 chickens, 2 dogs, 1 cat and 2 humans. We live in beautiful Sams Valley, Oregon and enjoy gardening, animal concerts and small children.

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Llama butts...or shall we say derierres?




You know, you don't intentionally take a picture of your animal's behind, but no sooner do you get the camera focused than they turn away and bend over and ....voila...Lllama butts! And I have to say that llamas must have the most graceful bottoms that I have ever seen! So I decided, why fight it...let's celebrate the camelid posteriors. Happy Llama Derierre Day!

5 comments:

Alee said...

Hi There!

I have tried to email you twice through MJF and the email keeps bouncing back!

Claire said...

I love it! The llamas have lovely bottoms. I went out this morning to look at my llamas and thought I should take some similar photos but of course, the one time I want them to turn away from me, they will not do it! Next time...

Claire said...

Well, I did it. I took inspiration from your post and did my own post dedicated to the bottoms of my farm (acknowledging that I got the idea from you). I hope you'll visit it - my llamas aren't quite as well groomed as yours, but I think they might still qualify as gracefully bottomed!

frugalmom said...

Ahahahahhah...I saw Claire's post like this and had to come over and see yours, too.

I love llamas. I so hope to have some one day. Even their backsides are cute, right?

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

I agree! My female llama looks like she is wearing pantaloons the way all her wool shakes and shimmies when she walks. lol!

My gelding llama looks like he's strutting around showing his stuff. He takes his guard duties seriously, so quite often his fluffy brown tail is perched high up in the air. :)

YAY! For llama butts!

~Lisa