Saturday, November 10, 2012

Camera Critters #240 - Indian Burros - Saturday, November 11, 2012


When on my morning stroll up to the corner of our neighborhood in search of
fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions, assorted chilis, ginger, and bananas
and apples,  I was suprised to see this little troup of burros stroll by, all on their 
own.  It felt like a scene from a Rio Grande movie shot on the Mexican border, 
not Jaipur, India.  The seemed to be out by thenselves,, without any human 
around them, stopping here and there to nibble at food thrown out for the cows.







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17 comments:

  1. Maybee you can use it next time you will go shopping ? ):
    Great picture!

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  2. Cute captures of the burros!

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    1. In my five months in Jaipur, I've seen so many critters - camels, elephants, monkeys, peacocks - I love it.

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  3. Yes, that would get your attention. How cool!!!

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    1. I couldn't believe my eyes, really...first time, in my five months here, that I saw burros!

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  4. Great images! Such cute burros.

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    1. They were trotting along the street, not seeming to belong to anyone, sort of like all the cows I see!

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  5. I still find you in India this morning.

    Have a happy stay.

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    1. Hey, dear rainfield, I fly home early AM the 16th, in time for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays with the family. I will really miss India, though.

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  6. Adorable! I hope they are well taken care of.

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  7. They're really cute.

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  8. I love that you get to see unexpected things in your everyday life. I can't remember the last time I was surprised...oh yeah, this summer there was a snake in my flower bed!!! I like burros better.

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  9. So sweet, beautifully captured! Love the light.

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  10. oh ! May time and life treat them kind.

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  11. Fantastic lighting in the first image.

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  12. Too cute! I wonder where they were going! :-)

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