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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

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This is my friend Shari who just happened to come over for a visit right after little Belles Era was born. Shari had never seen a newborn cria before and this was Geni's first cria, so it was a very special moment that I managed to capture in this photo.

15 comments:

Cactus Jack Splash said...

I love this picture, so darn cute. The momma looks like she has something to say

Pricilla said...

It's as if she is saying,"what are you doing with my baby?"

Split Rock Ranch said...

Yes, Belle was Geni's first baby. Little Belle was very small and weak and needed some human assistance that first day. Geni was very tolerant and gentle. You never know with these girls. Some of them are knock down drag out defensive of their new crias!

Audrey said...

What a sweetie!!

tstreasures said...

For the people who say animals don't have expressions on their faces, they need to see this photo. It's a beautiful moment.

Nancy said...

Awh, it's so cute to see how they love you! My Aunt Mary had a pair of sheep for a long time and they used to follow her all over the farm and through her house (she left all doors open all the time and just let them come in with her). It was very cute. This reminds me of her:)

Alterity Art said...

Awww...baby llama! It is amazing how the mommy is letting you handle her baby. She almost looks like she is asking you if you need any help!

BeadedTail said...

Such a sweet photo of mama llama watching you with her baby! Adorable and amazing all in one!

Lin said...

Awwww. What a sweet photo!

Daisy said...

I love the concerned look on the mommie's face!

Dorothy L said...

What a beautiful photo. It is almost like momma is listening to you and with such trust!

Meghann LittleStudio said...

Oh my gosh, how absolutely gorgeous this photo is - you need to use it for promos!

Census (aka Cen aka June.S) said...

Whata wonderful moment to catch. It makes a wonderful photograph.

Pink said...

Daaaaw! It's already so fuzzie!

Claire said...

Perfect picture! Love it! I so hope to have a cria born on our farm some day!