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A photographic journey thru New England – the other kind of pets :)

November 18, 2010

A few weeks ago I had the chance to take a few days off and drive from CT to VT.

I was amazed, how many animals could be seen along the little country roads. Often, the farmers were around, too, and they were friendly and let me take pictures of their pets. The light wasn’t always perfect and some animals would not let me come close – but it was fun to take their pictures never the less – and look how colorful some of them are!

For some reason New England cows are very shy and “skittish” – but this colorful one did not care too much about my presence.

cow in VT / New england photographer

This one seemed ready to “move out”!

Moving out / pet photographer CT

While family Pig seemed very contempt in their little shad. Daddy is watching carefully over his wife and the babies so they can enjoy their day dreaming.

pigs and piglets / CT pet photographer

Pig or cow is the question? what a funny little fellow!

cow pig / Connecticut pet photographer

The young bull enjoyed a quick round of chicken chase before dinner.

chicken chase / CT pet photography

Talking off food: First one…

goat / CT pet photographer

…than two silly goats were begging us for food at this little cheese farm – and wow could they eat fast!!

hungry goats / CT pet photographer

Who would have ever guest that there are ALPACAS to be found in New England?

Alpacas / CT pet photography

This Alpaca Baby was only a couple days old – very cuddly and soft! And look at these HUGE eyes and that smile. wow!

Alpaca baby / Connecticut farm animal photography

So when you drive on little winding country roads next time keep your eyes open – there is so much to be seen!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. December 22, 2010 3:12 pm

    once again another excellent post, I look forward to the next one, keep up the good work!

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