I stopped by Kinder Farm Park today to scout out a birding route for a bird photography workshop I’m leading on Sunday. This cute little kid was in the middle of a paddock, all alone. So adorable was he, I set my 500mm lens on the fence line to take a shot. Before I could get him into my line of sight, he had walked towards me.
So right towards me, that he stuck his nose right into the lens hood. Oh a million dollars for my iPhone as it was such a kodak moment. I think he was looking for some treats inside my lens.
Spending a little time with him, I decided to speak in goat, and he immediately Baaahhed right back at me. It really doesn’t take much to entertain me. Hope you have a wonderful weekend planned. Bella
Categories: 2013 Project 365
Cute! great capture 🙂
Thanks Andy! This guy wanted to eat my 500mm lens though.
Eh, fibre 😛
Really nice photos of the lamb. Especially like the top one. Gives the impression of mystery.
Thank you so much Judy ! He did have that peekaboo look didn’t he?
Oh so adorable!!! What a great shot!!
Thank you so much!
Baaa! (Wow in goat speak)
The way that you recounted the story sounds a lot like my interactions with critters.
Baaahhhh Back at ya..that’s Thank you in Goat.
I can just see it now – you and I talking goat out there together. People would really wonder about us.
Indeed the images are technically really well done, but that is not what draws me to the images. What really touches me is the gentle connection…what a perfect photo, a Kodak moment.
You are truly kind Charlie, and your thoughtful comment is so much appreciated. That’s exactly what I said when I captured the shot. I knew it was a kodak moment. Got to the love the bird photography that has taught me to wait for the moment that makes a difference.
really a cute shot 🙂
Thank you so much Waji!
No ‘kidding’ -those are such cute pix!!
LOL ! This did make me laugh. Thanks Denise.
So adorable! 🙂
So happy you liked this cutie. I was there on Sunday morning but didn’t see him in his paddock.