High in the Andes Mountains of Bolivia, donkeys work hard along their Aymara friends in the harvest. A true beast of burden.
Image captured by William E. Carter, Anthropologist in the mid 1970’s.
When we are sure that we are on the right road there is no need to plan our journey too far ahead. No need to burden ourselves with doubts and fears as to the obstacles that may bar our progress. We cannot take more than one step at a time.
And now, got to love Mick Jagger – Such a classic rocker!
Categories: Historical Latin America, Historical South America
Such a faithful animal!
Truly is, and appreciate you seeing his dedication. 🙂
oh wow not a very big donkey either :O
Isn’t that crazy? Poor little guy is buried under all that stuff.
I would of gotten sooooooo angry with the people who did that to such a poor lil donkey :O
Awww..if you saw their living conditions you’d understand. Actually they are kinder to their animals than the Amish are. Now they are brutal.
now that I would of never guessed :O
Oh it’s horrible what the Amish do. Many of the horses are rescued and are in terrible condition. Use it and throw it away. Really messed up.
So much for that peaceful and loving image huh?
LOL ! You do make me laugh.
Love your message, Bella. Dropping the load of my shoulder right now.
It’s been a tough week last week, and somehow this seemed so appropriate for me. So happy that you also found this inspirational. Hugs!
I won’t comment on the similarities between Mick and a donkey. 😉
LOL oh you do make me laugh. Have a great day!