Dick, thanks for all the great images so far. There seem to be quite a few bloggers either taking a break or slowing down at the moment; I'm thinking about doing the same thing when we get back from holiday. All the very best with your other commitments.
We won't - and with that kind of image - how could we?I sometimes wonder about the same issue myself (blogging I mean...)
Is goed jongen.
That is so funny and as usual I love your title.I love seeing all your pictures. I certainly won't forget you!!!
I am glad you are okay. Was getting worried about you since it had been a while since you last posted. My time has been busier too lately and some days I am just to busy to even think to post. Love your sheep.
I've missed you! Glad to see this cute picture.
so? I suppose it really gets your goat that you have to deal with the out tere world?(humor....)Nice photos for sure. Just got introduced to here from Anna-lys.
I need to slow down too!I am working a a novel and painting and taking a class, busy!I used to raise toggenburg goats and milk them every day twice a day.
Best goat pic I've ever seen!
I must admit that I like Goats better than sheep. The only thing I don't like about goats is when you go out and milk Nanny and bring the warm milk in the house and pour some of it over a bowl filled with Wheaties cereal. We had to do that a lot during the war years and I never have liked goat's milk since and certainly not Corn Flakes or Wheaties.Nice photograph. I really like the elegance in these animals. They always look good.
Absolutely fabulous capture! Very well done!!!
Great capture. Love it.
Like two book ends.. well captured Dick
Great shot! It's like they are saying to each other- "Get out!" No you get out!"
This is a really nice picture! Thanks for sharing!My CC is up, too. Please hop over if you like to.Hugs,&hearts Sonny
Mirror image! What a fun shot.
What an absolutely fantastic photo! I love it! It is beautiful, fun, and funny all at the same time.We won't forget you, and feel free to play CC when you feel like it. I understand having other commitments.Thank you so much for joining Camera-Critters this week, though. It really means a lot to me!
They are SO cute!! Will be checking on you often! Enjoy Whatever it is you do!!!hughugs
Hi Dick,Great shot of the two, I always thought they liked to butt heads not butts, so this is quite funny. When my youngest son was a baby he had to have goats milk so we went and bought a goat to milk, Not an easy task. Nope you won't be forgotten but missed when we want to see your fantastic photos.
what a great photo!
Excellent goat shot. Could they just be keeping warm? I hope you don't slow down too much.
two goatsconjoinedat the hip likeyou and your blogyoucan't get awaywithout major surgeryand the loss ofone goat
very special and humoristic approach. i love it.mine are here: http://animals-in-nature.blogspot.com/
Great picture! Are they yours? :)
We had goats when I was a kid....Billy, Bucky and Maude.
Hi Dick! I learned something new today. Watch your mailbox!MY BLOG
Very sweet... Even the goats are enjoyed the few sun rays we had in days!
I really like this picture. We had goats when I was a kid, and my parents have them again.
do the little beards mean they are boys? they are great little goats. love the photo. love this meme: i see all sorts of animal photography.
Hi Dick. I subscribe to you by bloglines so i know when you post. I will never forget you. Your photo is so good. The two friends look very cute.
beautiful and funny capture. well done
Always thought that to tango it took two, but now I discover that even having two standing still there can be something there to been seen!All it takes is to have Dick around!
Heeeey Dick!I know what you mean, with less blogging, the Better weather is than THATS priority number one, (for me) but the animals think they same, haha! great shot!btw: we are back from Belgium, we vsited some cities : Leuven, Brussel and Antwerpen, I show some impressions on my blog,Greetings JoAnn:) (now in Holland)
Hi Dick..I just realised there was more to this post.. What ever you get up to enjoy.. keep a smile on your faces and drop by to let us know how things are with you. I have enjoyed your company through this cold winter.Tom
great picturesee you around whenever - try not to disappear entirely.
I like your blog! Go on!
Great shot! Well done!
blogging can be so addictive, but I have also found that the real world has a way of intruding and demanding our attention, and after all, the realities of work and family are more pressing than this hobby. When we start feeling pressurised because we feel obliged to blog and visit, at the expense of real-life demands, it is time to take stock, as you have done. So it's all about keeping a balance I guess. Just do as much as you are able, and it will be cool to pop in from time to time to see what you are up to!
I hope you are well and happy--love these goats because they remind me of my goats, long ago--back for another peek.
Hi Dick!Don't remember to have seen these two, but it doesn't make sense: it's One if by Land, Two if by Sea...Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter, which is still around Marrakesh. Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
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