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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Good Fences 119 - Goats n Fences

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It's time for some GOOD FENCES




On the way to church we pass by this place that has goats.  They are pretty neat looking goats so I stopped along the side of the road to take their picture.  The back two goats were so not interested in getting photographed and I really never did get very good photos of them but the front two were quite curious.



 

 
You can see in this shot that the ones in the back did at least look at me before going back to munching away.
 
 
 
 These two however loved the spot light and came right up to the fence and posed so nicely for me.
 
 





They got bored quickly though and decided that being in the limelight wasn't as fun as eating....



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Have a great day.

41 comments:

  1. they are beautiful and perfect lawn mowers...

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  2. Oh wow Ida, you do get lovely subjects for your fence posts. The goats in the front really are handsome. The fence is pretty neat too. Have a great day. Jo

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  3. At least they looked up long enough for some good photos! Enjoy your afternoon! Hugs!

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  4. Maybe they were hoping for something tasty from you? :)
    Anyway they posed real well.

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  5. Hello Ida!:) These are all lovely shots, and the friendly couple at the fence are
    posing nicely for you.

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  6. your goats look great but I am afraid of their horns. Love from Poland

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  7. Hello, love the goats! Great fence shots. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

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  8. great captures ida!!! the white one looks so beautiful and they both look great behind the fence!! i usually find goats love lots of attention!!!

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  9. Once upon a time there's a llamas farm in our neighborhood, now we have a highway. Nice photos:)

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  10. interesting looking goats. They seem to have very large eyelashes. What is it? Not a small type of horns? A second pair?

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  11. Very nice. Those goats were very interested in you it seems!

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  12. How nice of those goats to pose for you!

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  13. Even the goats do not want to be disturbed when eating.

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  14. I do so love goats...especially they eyes at close up range.

    The fencing is great Ida

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  15. Cute little guys. They really do look like they are posing!

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  16. those two goats in front are adorable... great captures... have a great night~

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  17. Healthy goats need tall fences.

    I keep forgetting to tell you how lovely your header is.

    Have a great weekend.

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  18. They look very happy in all that green grass! Happy 4th! x K

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  19. Thanks for sharing those goats Ida. It's an animal I don't see much around here but when I do I like to stop and engege with them as they are very interesting. I see lots when i go to Greece on holiday - feta cheese!

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  20. I love such photos. They are cute animals and you photos. So peaceful and rural. A little sunshine too. Thank you

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  21. Great photo of goats and fences. Goats are interesting animals.

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  22. Who needs a lawn mower when you have goats!

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  23. goats are fun to watch when they are scampering around.

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  24. Ah...goats...I love 'em! I am looking ford to the day when I move to the country so I can. Great pics! Happy 4th of July :)

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  25. Great photo's Ida, especially the close ups.

    Happy July Wishes

    All the best Jan

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  26. What a fun post. The goats were trying to figure out what you were doing. They are good to keep eat the grass and keep in growing so much.

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  27. Adorable goats and neat fence ~ Wonderful photography!

    Happy 4th of July to you and all ~ ^_^

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  28. Have to admit goats are more interesting to look at than sheep! Maybe because I saw the latter all of my life:) Have a great weekend and happy 4th of July, and see you at SEASONS, dear bloggie friend!

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  29. awww...don't we all just love goats...great photos

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  30. The goats are really quite beautiful. Pretty eyes, and love how their ears are right at eye level. The perfect goat fence to set the scene!

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  31. Ha - so cute!! And yes! They do like to eat. We have a farm nearby that has goats and when we recently trimmed out some branches on our big maple tree, we asked the farmers if they would like the shrub for their goats. They were like YES YES!! So we hauled it all over to their farm and the goats literally came running full tilt when we drove the trailer heaped with tasty leaves into their field. Practically ran us down while we were trying to unload - one jumped INTO the trailer. LOL
    The next morning we happened to pass by and there were all the branches in the field - completely stripped bare of any leaves! One night it took them to eat it all.

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  32. Those goats look very well cared for, Ida. I find them interesting animals to watch--just don;t get too close as they try to eat everything.

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  33. Beautiful! The horns on the second one are rather impressive!

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  34. Such cute goats!! I fully expect my daughter in law to acquire a goat one day.

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  35. cute cute cute little goats! Indeed it does look as if they enjoy posing for you!

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