Sorry folks more photographs.
It is interesting that Sue looks at the whole thing from a different point of view to me. I wanted a new camera so that I could take better pictures of the alpacas. I am sure we have all walked around the fields and said 'If only I had the camera, look at that pose!' Or 'If only I was closer'. No? Course you have.
Sue, who used to be a keen photographer with the old wind on Pentax about lots of years ago has a different viewpoint, and has been experimenting with black and white shots. Very effectively I think.
Angus........................haircut due soon I think.
(left to right) Barney, Moselle, Alacazam (he is currently working undercover on the great alfalfa smuggling fiasco and he has been blacked out for security reasons) and Reggie.
I know too much shadow............the sun was low etc etc.
Orchard Blackjack, who is recovering nicely from his bout of Rickets. I'm quite proud of that shot. A black alpaca standing on a mound, in the sun and you can see his face. Who would have thought it. Very Incaesque.