Baby Llama

By: danitacahill

May 11 2012

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Category: Animals, Farm, Nature, Pets, Portrait photography, Rural Photography, Spring

12 Comments

Aperture:f/22
Focal Length:190mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/20 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

This little llama was born just over a week ago in a field not far from our house. I’ve never seen a baby llama before. This one is adorable. I can’t wait until our baby alpacas are born in August or September (alpacas are pregnant for 11-and-a-half to 12-and-a-half months). Baby alpacas are smaller, fluffier and cuter even than baby llamas.

This little spotted llama looks just like his daddy. His mama is dark, dark brown or black.

I’ll post some “artsy” shots of this little llama tomorrow.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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12 comments on “Baby Llama”

  1. Chris wrote on my Facebook link: “Oh Yes they are! Have never seen a baby one either! Thanks for the cute pic!”

  2. Starla wrote on my Facebook link: “His spots match that stuff he’s standing behind I call it “Tistle” I don’t know if that’s right”

  3. Elizabeth wrote on my Fb link: “Yes I have in fact I have held one a few hours old a couple of years ago. Adorable”

  4. […] Cahill Photojournalism Imagine. Dream. Create. Baby Llama […]

  5. […] the pasture every time I drive by that field. For a couple more shots of the cute little guy, click here and […]

  6. He reminds me of a birch tree! What an adorable baby.

  7. […] featured this adorable baby llama before. Click here and here to see more photos of […]

  8. Reblogged this on miracahills and commented:

    An “Awwww!” for May.


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