Saturday, March 21, 2009

Guard Goat/ Camera Critters

Nanny is not pleased that "Camera Girl" (me) has pointed the lens towards her

I'm on the other side of the fence, which you can't see, and this goat is watching to make sure I don't cross the line.

Please note: Photo Hunter is the post below

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38 comments:

Kate said...

Great photo! Glad that you respected Nanny's wishes. Never cross the line!

Jenn Jilks said...

Just a hoot!

Snap said...

Goats are like that!

Thanks!

i beati said...

makes me laugh a lot - this quizzical face hahahahaha Sandy

Arlene said...

Hello girl! Oppsss don't you be angry! You look great. :)

I played too today.

Mojo said...

They do get possessive don't they? Good thing they only have one row of teeth or you could be in trouble!

kayleen said...

As I scrolled down and the head of the goat came into view, I started giggling. She is so cute!

Nebraska Birding

Small City Scenes said...

She is sure giving you 'the look'.
How fast can you run? LOL MB

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Did you smooth-talk her and tell her how gorgeous(????) she is????? She truly looks like she could come AT you at any moment...Doesn't look as if she is SMILING for the camera...

Have a great weekend --and stay away from 'dem' big ole goats.
Hugs,
Betsy

Terri said...

That is a hefty looking goat! I don't think I'd cross her line either. Wonderful shot.

ViennaDaily said...

She seems big lookin, is she preggy? Love the stare?

Grammy said...

Great photos. if my hubby wast there you would get a goat chasing a man shot. lol

storyteller said...

Love this one! Glad you both remained safe ;--) I played at Small Reflections and Happily Retired Gal today.
Hugs and blessings,

Jacob said...

That's a funny shot. What in the world is going through that goat's mind?

Teena in Toronto said...

Yep! There's some attitude in those eyes!

I played too :)

Babooshka said...

But Nanny you look as pretty as a picture.

Bruce said...

That goat does look serious...I wouldn't cross the line!

judi said...

I like her! She's got a certain something... :D

Becky and Gary said...

Of course goats are my favorite. She looks like she's very proud!
B.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

That's so funny! She really does NOT look amused to see you. :)

Willard said...

She has her eye on you for sure! I like the facial expression-a very good photo.

PERBS said...

Here I thought it was posting for you! Great catch! Good thing thee is a fence. . .

PERBS said...

sigh I ahve got to check my typing before I send. . . I meant posing not posting.

PERBS said...

have have have have BIG sigh

fishing guy said...

EG: Thanks for sharing the guard goat, I wouldn't mess with him.

pRiyA said...

I love that smile on the goat's face!!
Your pictures are terrific. Each one of them. So you are yet another blogger from Canada. I've got to meet so many of them recently and they are all wonderfully interesting people!
:-)

Lilli & Nevada said...

Yeh you have to watch those goats they can get mean.Nice goat

Carletta said...

Look at those hooves - I'd stay away too!
I do like how's she seems to be staring at you. :)

Rose said...

She looks heavy with child to me....or should I say with kid?

Sherrie said...

Hi!
She doesn't look impressed that she is getting her photo taken!! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Rhea said...

I love goat photos. Goats just crack me up. They are so comical looking.

And this one is definitely keeping an eye on you.

Nice photo!! And I love the "For Rent" nest up above. You're too funny.

Misty Dawn said...

Hehehe - Don't even think about crossing that fence-line woman! Love the picture!

Carolina said...

I love this photo. A lovely goat!

Mary said...

LOVE this!!!

see you there! said...

Definately a goat with Attitude, LOL!

Darla

lisaschaos said...

She is a doll! Looks pretty nosey. :)

George said...

I'm gad you didn't cross the line, but you caught a great picture.

Connie said...

Cute. My sister-in-law has goats. My son went into the yard with his cousin and the goat ran up and head butted him.

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