Thursday, May 6, 2010

A Sea of Alpacas



The sweet alpacas have returned to the pasture that I often drive by.


The field no longer looks empty. Instead it's quite full.


Full of grace and beauty.


Full of poetry and motion.


They're like a song.


Soft and graceful.


And of perfect harmony.

I can't tell you how much their presence warms my heart.

P.S. Hubby took these pictures for me as I've been feeling a bit under the weather. xoxo

44 comments :

  1. Hi Trina,

    They look so soft, you can almost feel them.

    Feel better quick.

    ~janet

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  2. They are so sweet...hubby did a wonderful job capturing their personalities as well as there unbelievable cuteness. They look so friendly...have you been able to get near them?

    Please feel better soon Trina...sending you some virtual chicken soup and get well cup cakes (they *do* exist).
    xoxo Jessica

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  3. Beautiful furry, albeit spitting, cratures! How fun to have them so close!

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  4. Sorry you are not feeling well. The Alpaca's are so adorable.
    Take Care,
    Konnie

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  5. THOSE ALPACAS ARE SMILING :-)

    Cutest thing ever!

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  6. They're lovely animals (and great pis of them). I hope you are feeling better very soon!

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  7. He did good- the pictures are wonderful. Feel better soon
    xoxo pattie

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  8. They really bring a serenity to the landscape, don't you think? I've always thought it would be great to have sheep grazing the nearby properties ~ so pretty and peaceful and little "green" lawn mowers, as well! I'm also under the weather, so hope that we BOTH are back to 100+% soon!
    xx P&H

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  9. These alpacas are just so cute! We have a few alpaca farms around here, and they produce some lovely yarn. Hope you are feeling better soon!
    ~Elissa

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  10. Sorry to hear you're not feeling good treasure, hope that it clears away v.quickly!! take a moment to put your feet up, drink lots of tea, and admire your gorgeous house : )

    such cool pics, the cream against the green pasture is brilliant.

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  11. They are so cute. I have always wanted some of my own. The pasture is so green. Tell your husband he did a good job with the pictures. Hope you feel better. Carla

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  12. They are so adorable with that little fluff of hair on top of their heads! You sure do have quite a variety of wildlife around there - how fun!
    Take care of yourself and feel better soon!
    Sarah

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  13. Gosh. I see photos like this and want to move to the country straightaway. So adorable.

    Hope you feel better soon.

    Best,
    Kathleen

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  14. hi trina,

    woke up this morning and realized Mike took these? i can only imagine what larry would take pictures of in my absence!

    ~janet

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  15. Don't they look magnificent against the green.

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  16. They're kinda cute and hubby did a great job behind the camera. Hope your feeling well soon. steve

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  17. Awww, look at them with their cute bangs...so sweet. They always look like they are smiling. :)
    Hmmm....maybe there is a beautiful and exciting reason why you are feeling under the weather??? All the best to you.
    XO dawn

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  18. Aww....they are Darling!! I hope you are feeling better ((HUGS))!!

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  19. yay, alpacas...cozy and dignified and a little bit ridiculous. =)

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  20. Trina those are too precious and your hubby has some skill in the photography dept, just like you!
    Hope you're feeling better.
    Hugs~
    T

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  21. Will they be shorn soon? I have a friend in Alabama that has to have her paca sheared because it's so hot there. Love the pictures and the captions. Please get feeling better soon.

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  22. Those Alpacas are so fun and fuzzy...:)

    Take care and get better soon,

    Gail

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  23. The photos remnd me of my grandparents place in Mt. Shasta, CA. They had Alpacas for several years.

    Hope you are feeling better.

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  24. I LOVE alpacas! They are hilarious.

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  25. Yummalicious... I love these guys. Thanks for the beautiful sweet pics... I am smiling now.

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  26. I hope you are feeling better very soon.

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  27. Oh are they ever sweet! Thanks for sharing their soft beauty!
    :) Lara

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  28. Aren't they the most divine creatures! Our neighbour has some - they make me smile everytime I drive past and see their gorgeous little faces. Hope you're feeling a little bit better. Leigh

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  29. they are just so cute, beautifully captured in still photos. thanks for sharing.

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  30. I want alpacas so bad!! A friend of mine has five, so I live vicariously through his for the time being. Don't they have the cutest faces??
    Connie

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  31. They are the sweetest looking animals and roaming the lush green fields...beautiful!

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  32. You are right-they look pure- very sweet-
    karryann

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  33. Alpacas remind me of curious little children really. They are full of charm, even with all that hair going in every which direction. Hope you can enjoy a quiet and restful weekend on the mend. Trina, you inspired me yesterday to take some quiet time, while I had it, at my potting bench. Thank you for that and thank hubby for sharing this sweet song. Lisa

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  34. Hey, Trina -

    They are beautiful, and the grass - it's so green!!

    Hope you're feeling better now!

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  35. Lovely lush greens. Looking at these sweet animals makes me want to move to greener pastures. Thanks for sharing and I hope you feel better soon.

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  36. Your hubby is a wonderful photographer. How amazing to see them roaming the fields. Hope you are feeling better!

    Have a nice weekend~
    jamilyn

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  37. I'm with Janet here dear Trina. You are very lucky Mr. Country Farmhouse has such good taste & knows what to photograph in your absence. MOTH would be taking pics of his belly-button fluff, thinking it would make great blog posting material!!!
    Millie ^_^

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  38. So very sweet..! I especially like the little guy whose bangs are over his eyes! He made me smile big time.

    I hope you are feeling better and that you'll have a wonderful weekend!

    warmly,
    -maria

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  39. Wonderful pictures! Alpacas are such wonderful animals. I often knit with alpaca
    yarn and love the feel of their fluffy coats.
    Thank you for posting these wonderful pictures.
    I always enjoy reading your blog.

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  40. They're adorable!! M. took some really nice pics!
    Hope you are feeling all better now!
    joan

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  41. They are soooo sweet! I had one come up to me once and give me a little spit. I'm sure it was a compliment as he gave me a soft nudge... Hope you are feeling better soon. Cheers.. Susan :)

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  42. Hope you're feeling better now Trina..I love Alpacas too, we have lots of them here, for their wool and to protect our sheep from foxes. I've even been able to pat a few. They are wonderous creatures. Rachaelxx

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  43. They look so adorable! I really enjoy your blog! It is amazing to read your posts! I am a fan:)
    Have a wonderful Sunday:)
    See you soon:)
    Kisses

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  44. Oh I just love alpacas with their little mop tops. Dear little creatures and soft! Hope you are feeling better. xox Terri

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