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Sunday, December 29 2013

Anyone who has tried to photograph Nubian goats will tell you that it's hard to get a good candid picture of them because they are so friendly that they see you with a camera and walk straight into the lens. Clearly, these little guys will be no exception. I have a harder time getting side shots because they both look straight into the camera and say ....



 Here is a side view of the little boy and his gray ear.

He poses for mug shots,  

but this little girl is such a ham that almost all her pictures are looking straight into the camera.

Now for the blackmail pictures . . .


Yes, this is my husband snuggling goats.

 It was the view behind him that just cracked me up though. Raisin Bran is 9 months old. Next month he'll be leaving for his new job at the Houston Zoo Children's Petting Zoo, but today he was just a tad jealous.

 "HEY! I'm cute! I'm CUTE!"

"No seriously! I'm cute!  The Zoo People said so!"


Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 06:39 pm   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
LOVE the pics. My Nigerians are a nightmare to get pics of. They are great until they notice a camera. Then it's over. I have LOTS of pics up their noses, though, should anyone ever want to see that. ;)
Posted by Lisa French on 12/31/2013 - 10:06 AM
YES! My girls are forever leaving smudges on the camera.
Posted by forensicfarmgirl on 12/31/2013 - 05:38 PM

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