Hope you’re doing better, dear.
She’s a good lass. Had a little accident when learning to fly and needed help. Now she’s already with professional ornithologists, getting ready to be independent. Good luck.
There are not only Dogs out there, really.
Actually, I’ve already met a variety of creatures, some of which have already been published here. Now the time has come for Seagulls, which can perfectly well substitute for an alarm clock in the morning, and Mr Swan.
There ale plenty of Seagulls all around the city. I love them walking calmly down the street, not caring about the cars passing by. There are more and less important things, right? Seagulls and people, for instance.
As to Mr Swan, I seem to have met him doing his evening yoga. Majestically – can Swans do things in a different manner?
There are some other guys in parks than Dogs, their Owners and different people taking their walks.
There are Guys to whom a park is the home.
I was lucky enough to meet some of them during my last Dogspotting. Meet the Squirrel and Ducks!
Again there are different kinds of Goats, just as with Sheep previously. Among them you’ll find a mum and her two children. They’re on most of the photos as I spent some time with them, unlike the others. It was beautiful to watch the bond between them.
I am glad to present Goats to you, finally.
Two alike and one completely different. The one is surely unique where I live. There’s no other horse of this breed near here. And this one is ill.
Two of the beautiful Animals I publish here have witnessed cruelty and maltreatment. These photos come from the same shoot as Alpacas, Ponies and the Mule. Their stories are similar as the owners of the farm try and do their best to save Animals from slaughterhouses and wrong treatment. They have some healthy horses you can come and ride and these saved Animals, which just have peaceful living there, usually with no duties (many of them are unable to work).
Meet another group of Animals harmed by humans. Introducing three beautiful Horses.
Taken on the same day as Alpacas, at the same spot. There are also horses waiting for publication.
These animals are beautiful. It’s good to see that they’re able to show some cheerfulness, having went through all the evil and improper treatment. They are saved from cruel owners or slaughterhouse, just as Alpacas.
I do feel deeply sorry for them.
Meet these poor creatures, which have witnessed terrible things, although they’re totally innocent. Introducing two Ponies and a Mule.
I did have fun. But it’s not about me standing aside, snapping and laughing. It’s about how wonderful time they have messing around.
They seem to be running and hopping, looking for new mischief to get into. And there are about 12 of them, just imagine!
Meet the little pranksters and enjoy your time just as they do.
Had a whale of a time when taking these photos.
It wasn’t easy to approach Alpacas at first but eventually the power of an apple proved to be overwhelming!
They’re not as friendly as it may seem, and they’re a little silly. But there’s something cute in them, and I think it is to be seen in these photos. You should have seen them quarrelling and spitting at each other! Unfortunately I didn’t manage to snap that moment, all happened as I was coming, with the camera in my backpack.
Enjoy the meeting with Alpacas. I certainly did!
They’re extremely funny guys.
They’re a little scared of what an unknown human might do to them. They’re not shy, though. They approach, sniff, touch your head with these fluffy noses and hop away. Do not dare move as they try to get to know you.
I’m sure we’d make friends if I’d stayed longer. Half an hour is just too short for rabbits to get used to you.
There’s one photo in this set I wouldn’t include normally. I don’t like it technically. But there’s one quite special thing about it – there’s a Rabbit sticking its tongue out. Might seem stupid but you don’t see these guys with their tongues out much, do you? I hadn’t even noticed the tongue until I got home and had a look at the snaps.
Otherwise, I simply enjoyed the time at Rabbits’. Hope they had a little fun as well. So it seemed at times.