Friday, March 7, 2008

Saturday Photo Hunt = Different


What is different?

32 comments:

dp said...

you have one goat with black markings... too cute.. is she the only one?

Pen Pen said...

I see the black headed goat too! Cute! Good picture!

possum said...

We used to have an old fellow near here who used to rent out a goat or two by the week to people who wanted to clear out honeysuckle and brush. He said they would even eat briars! If I remember correctly, one could rent a goat for $3 a week! But that was around 1970. Today it would cost more than that for the gas just to get the goat to your house!
Maybe you could start a new business???? Rent a Goat!

Munchkin Mommy said...

hi! the fellows with brown spots must really feel out of place. :D just kidding! hee hee. :) i bet the one with black spots feels so special. ;)

my entries are up, too. come take a look when you have time. no pressure! :D

Mapped Memories
Cafe Munchkin

have a great weekend! ;)

jenny said...

I couldn't figure out what was different! I guess I was thinking they had torn down something that had been there before and I couldn't have known what was there before! ;-) My brain is on a differnt wave length this morning.

Have a great weekend!

JC said...

The black marked goat sees something different than the rest :-D

rdl said...

i guess i can't see the difference between black and brown. :(

Sandy M said...

At first, I thought one was going the wrong way... then noticed the black and brown only after reading the comments...I like the one in front standing in the food trough. My aunt used to raise goats, and they were amazing to watch.

Eve said...

Very subtle difference. I didn't catch it, either. But then the ones in the back look black to me, too. Apparently getting older causes color-blindness. lol

eph2810 said...

One goat has black markings around the eyes. Wonderful take on this week's hunt theme.

Blessings to you and yours.

Rebecca said...

Very nice. :) "One of these things is not like the other..."

Jenty said...

Very good photo for the theme!!

Pat said...

I think it's the black goat too, and I think he's looking for some daffodils that aren't poisonous!

gaj38 said...

great pic for this week!
View mine if you wish!

**"Liza"** said...

I see which one is different is..;) Great entry for this week theme..Have a wonderful weekend too;)
Life's impression

imac said...

Nice goat a cheweing I guess. Thats a different post.


Mines lonely.

Amor said...

Great approach/interpretation of the theme.Have a nice weekend!

Mary said...

What lovely goats, Ann. I have certainly missed taking the boys to the farm. First they were sick and then their mom had surgery, then her incision opened, then I was sick... needless to say there hasn't been many farm visits for awhile.

If this snow ever stops (it's been snowing here for over 24 hours and we have about 9 inches) I'm hoping to take them to the farm this week. They are off on March break and the lady said we could come anytime. However, all the goats are gone and so are a few of the horses. I'm hoping there's some new goats by the time we visit.

Enjoyed my visit here, as always.
Blessings,
Mary

Mississippi Songbird said...

those goats are so cute.. Thanks for posting.. Have a great evening!

Janine said...

haha cute goat..it is indeed different to see a white goat.thanks for the visit

Marylin said...

aww just the one with the black markings. a very cute pic!
Thanks for visiting my photohunt!

Tesla said...

Hey thats cool :)

I do feel different, you're right. But, its not too bad.

-tesla

Chica said...

Goats are so cute, great picture this week! :)

MmeHaydee said...

oh oh, i get confused! i have to stare few seconds longer to mark the spot...haha
Nicely done. Love the picture.

deborah wilson said...

I need a goat to keep my grass down..:)

MyMaracas said...

Great picture, and a fun challenge to find what's different. It took me a while to notice the black markings. I always thought it would be fun to have goats.

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Willow said...

Every goat is facing a different direction.

Katney said...

Our maintenance supervisor sat down in my library the other day between classtimes for a few minutes rest. She had been up all night helping deliver goats. She took a call on her cell. Her hubby called to say they had anthoer set of twins. Called back ten minutes later: it was triplets.

I thought the one in the front was standing in the feeding trough, but I guess that is not very different.

Mec said...

awww... they're just soo cute!

Heart of Rachel said...

One goat who is facing the other way has a black face.

Renie Burghardt said...

Hmm, I didn't notice the different one, but they are sure cute!

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