Saturday, 22 March 2014

Donkeys seen on walk with Tilly, the pup.

Every day, I walk Tilly the pup to Binstead beach on the I.O.W and we pass these Donkeys every time.  They are usually not easy to see as I mostly see them through a thick hedge, let alone photograph and are always a distance away behind a fence so this is the best I could do.  The lady who looks after them got them from a Donkey rescue centre.  The brown on is 13 years old and the younger greyer one is 3 years old.  I suggest you put it into slide mode and just enjoy them.  














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28 comments:

  1. These are fantastic shots, and pretty macros of the donkeys!

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  2. I enjoyed these lovely animals - can you believe I once owned ten of them!

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  3. I love animals above all else.BEAUTIFUL BLOG WILL BE VISITING.

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  4. They are just adorable! :)

    Deb @ Homespun & Frugal Little Bungalow

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  5. So cute!!
    Have a great weekend!

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  6. These little donkeys look so sweet natured and your shots are very good. Looks as if the little grey and white came up for a pet. Nice of the lady to rescue these!

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    1. Hi Jeanne No, they were too far away and a small field between them and me! Thanks for comment.

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  7. Aren't they beautiful? Thanks so much for such beautiful pictures of them. I could do with one of them as a companion Trigger if I had more access to grass!

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  8. They are very interesting critters. Great shots! I'm jealous of the vibrant green background. Everything here is still colored winter brown. Have a wonderful day!

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  9. Were you able to touch them at all? Their coat look quite rough and tough.

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    1. Hi Carole No I was quite a distance from them. the lady never has them near the gate. thanks for comment.

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  10. Fantastic shots of the beautiful donkeys ~ they are definitely looking very interested in you and your camera ~ Happy Weekend ~ xxx

    artmusedog and carol

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  11. they're very cute. i'm glad she keeps two.

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  12. Cute, cute, and MORE cute!!!
    such a fun post.

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  13. Oh Margaret, I just love donkeys and these two are adorable. I especially like the brown one with her mop of hair that hangs over her eyes. She looks like she should be in the movies ... like Wizard of Oz or something. What fun to be able to see them daily. And how good of your neighbor to give them a forever home. Lovely post, Margaret.

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  14. there sure is something to love about a donkey or two!

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  15. Gorgeous things. How does Tilly react to them? And they to her?

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    1. Hi EC. Tilly wanted to go in and see them but the lady said that donkeys would attack her as they think she is a fox. Thanks for. Comment

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  16. They're cute. I was also wondering how Tilly reacted to them.

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  17. Great shots of these lovely animals Margaret.

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  18. I think donkeys are so cute! Adorable photos, Margaret. Great post! Thank you for linking up with Saturday's Critters.. Have a happy weekend!

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  19. The donkeys are cute. Do they get along with Tilly?

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  20. Dearest Margaret;
    Wow, what sweet and lovely beautifully taken pictures of donkey♡♡♡ I've never seen donkey nor horse p;)
    Please Have a WONDERFUL Sunday!

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  21. Beautiful animal shots of such beautiful Donkeys!
    I love them all!
    Thanks for sharing
    Eva jorunn

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  22. so oft kann man sie nicht sehen,aber ich kenne 2 Höfe dort gibt es sie auch.
    LG vom katerchen

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  23. Such cute, curious critters! Nice shots.

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  24. they are just beautiful... i found it by your labels..

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