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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Getting past the troll


In which one must ask, can a face lone, or a body, move sheep?

Nothing, no one, no how, not man or beast, can get past Frankie without the secret code. To this day, I don't know the code, nor does anyone else that I'm aware of, but then again why would they tell me?

I think this picture captures the essence of Frankie completely: bold in a compact package, standing her own ground, comfortable with her looks even though her ear tips froze off and her horns weren't debudded properly.

See more Apifera pictures from today's Flickr upload here.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

love this picture!

Cathy said...

Me too! Frankie is such a confident girl - a role model for young goats everywhere.

aujourd'hui: O'Clara said...

bonjour de France - j'aime votre arts - I found your blog via the link on facebook:)
my blog is http://klamocia.blogspot.com/

Ima Weed said...

Your header for this post prompted memories of the Billy Goats Gruff stories that my mother told to my sister and me when we were children.

maccandace said...

She commands attention, that's for sure. She's totally cute...and portly.

Apifera Farm said...

Yes, she is portly, no matter how little she eats she maintains her waistline which I like, It balances her small stature I think.

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