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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

WW - Before and After Shearing and Grooming



16 comments:

tahtimbo said...

It is hard to believe that it is the same llama. Just an incredible transformation. Thank you for posting the pictures and congratulations again!

DayPhoto said...

I really enjoyed this. Thank you so much. There is just so much to learn about your world.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Split Rock Ranch said...

Hours of work go into preparing the llama for shearing and showing. It is so nice to have people appreciate the effort! Thanks!

BeadedTail said...

What a transformation! Kemiu looks so proud and so soft in that last photo.

WillOaks Studio said...

That is just an awesome sequence to see!! I love how they go from rumpled to smooth...and especially how their svelte waists become very visible...then to think what become of the product from the "hair cut!" Very cool process....

Marlaine said...

Beautiful animal!

tollykit said...

It really is amazing the difference grooming and shearing makes to a llama.

The fibre looks so good on a lovely clean llama.

One Creative Queen said...

Wow...that's amazing. I had no idea! I'm with tahtimbo - hard to believe that's the same llama! I just want to snuggle Kemiu's neck!

From the looks of things, it seems like you spend as much time sheering and grooming the llamas as I do trying to get the summer dirt off the (human) 'beasts!

Glad you had a great time at the show. :) xx

storybeader said...

they are SO cute, with and without hair!

Nancy said...

So darn handsome!

Pricilla said...

What a proud looking animal. I will say it again - I love llamas!

Hot Rocks said...

LOL....I wish I could lose weight like that!

Theresa said...

What a transformation! I love how Kemiu seems to be standing so proud as if to say "Look at me, I'm gorgeous!".

Lin said...

Does anyone else think they look like giant poodles when they are trimmed this way??

Inspiration By Karen said...

very lovely transformation!

HammelmanArt said...

Cool thing about entrecard, I find myself wondering how your llamas are doing! And they appear to being doing just great!