Thursday, July 31, 2014

Good Fences ~ Edition 19 ~

For those of you who do not know, I am a knitter!!
On May 18, 2014, I went to...

Arrow Acres Farm
and took my very first knitting class.
The rest, as they say, is history.
We sit outdoors on the farm and this my friends is the view...
 


Can you see my dilemma...
knit or take pictures of these gorgeous animals?!
As I struggle to "pay attention" to the lovely Leanne,
visions of Alpaca are dancing through my head,
and across my line of vision.
 
But I sit, I listen and I learn as one love wins out over the other.

I am super excited to be sharing these pretty fences
that keep my Alpaca friends safe with
for Good Fences.
Stop by and consider joining in the fun, any fence or gate will do!!
 
 

33 comments:

  1. aww, so cute. they look like calm & nice animals? good natured & all. i wonder? lots of birdie friends too. ( :

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  2. I would have a hard time paying attention too - they are such beautiful animals!

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  3. Love this post! Glad you enjoy being here as much as I enjoy having you.

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  4. you made me grin. :) i know how much you love both. :)

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  5. HI Debbie how lovely to see these critters so close. they have beautiful faces.

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  6. Such a cute face! Love all your shots. Really enjoyed your post.

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  7. They have the most darling faces!! I, too, would have a hard time concentrating if those cute creatures were nearby!

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  8. Oh you knitter/photographer you the dilemma will continue I understand this:):) LOVE the view.. Hug B

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  9. Hello Debbie!
    And you are a great knitter indeed!!
    Alpacas are so preety critters!!Gorgeous pictures!!Have a happy day!
    Dimi...

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  10. So awesome; the alpaca's, the view, the fences. You're an awesome photographer, Debbie, and capture everything in your world so beautifully. :)

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  11. Precious friendship, Debbie. Nice pictures!
    We're home back from a bad holiday. A car hit me in Oporto.
    kisses.

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  12. Oh my goodness, the alpaca are so cute! I do understand your dilemma! :)

    Visiting from Good Fences #19.

    Lindy

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  13. I know the alpacas are so happy to see you!!

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  14. Do both. Half day knitting and the other half photographing. Although I would get so disgraced with taking pictures, I would forget the knitting until it is to late:)

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  15. Love these photos! Alpacas have the sweetest little faces. I don't know that I could learn anything in that setting. Too many distractions. But good ones.

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  16. SOOO cute! My son loved your photos, as did I :) Hugs to you!

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  17. Debbie, I think the animals would win with me! The alpacas are so cute! Great shots! Enjoy your day!

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  18. You know I have been a knitter forever. I only wish I had such a lovely place to sit and create. I have a friend who own alpaca...they are sweet animals. I'm waiting to be offered a little of the alpaca yarn...enjoy, there is nothing that relieves stress better! Hugs! B

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  19. Haha, I know which one would win out for me. But you apparently can multi-task like a pro. :)

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  20. Awesome !!
    I love their sign too.

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  21. The alpaca looks so neat! Great photos!

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  22. I visited an alpaca farm once and they were such sweet animals.

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  23. well aren't they just the cutest little critters. I can see why you were distracted.

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  24. We've got an alpaca farm near here too, though I don't knit!

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  25. You do take excellent pictures which I always love. I am so pleased with how you are doing with your knitting. You inspired me so now I am at least trying to do another crocheted baby blanket for my new great granddaughter.
    Thanks for your sweet comment today.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  26. Yes, that would be a dilemma. I would want to talk with and rub the soft-looking Alpacas! They have such sweet faces.

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  27. The Alpaca is so darn cute! I don't recall ever seeing one- thanks for sharing the beautiful photos.

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  28. These are simply the most precious faces!
    I can see how it might be difficult to concentrate on the knitting. :-)

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  29. They have such funny faces! They make me laugh! :-)

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  30. hahahah... too much fun surrounding you to look at needles I think....

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