A llama not a lama

Posted on 08. Mar, 2010 by in Casual

We finally get to see Amy as she introduces her llama to Barbara. Amy says that bowing the head to the llama is their way of greeting and I have to say it worked for me too. Aplogies for the sudden brightening of the shot which is caused by a the exposure being taken from a too small an area of the frame which causes the exposure to change suddenly when the reading is taken from a dark area.

2 Responses to “A llama not a lama”

  1. chicken legs

    09. Mar, 2010

    hi Lorenz!
    THANK YOU! What a joy at work on a hot afternoon!I would love to meet such a noble looking beast and greet him or her in such a manner.I love it`s furry legs and the way it turns it`s bottom to Barbara; the way it ostentatiously yawns as though to say”I have tolerated these humans long enough, they really are a bore.”Amy looks lovely and Barbara `s energy and carriage reminds me of you somehow-part of your anima perhaps?Thanks again Lorenz,also for the e-mail on Romania.I really got a lot out of it; and will write my thoughts about it soon.
    Love,Pam,Barry.

  2. Lorenz Gude

    09. Mar, 2010

    Yes, I thought you would appreciate the tail turning and the ‘I’m bored with you’ antics. It is probably actually the opposite. According to Amy she is very lonely – she is the only one. She is looking for a suitable companion to keep her company. She liked the human interaction but I think finds it unsatisfying after a while. She probably did the head bowing thing with me a dozen times. I think you are right about Barbara – but gads it would take a perceptive outside to see it.

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