Quite possibly the best yet!
Those ears! Those noses! Ahhhhh. Aunt Jean
I agree with Anne, the best yet! Don't know how you blend video and photos but I love the results.
I kept wondering as I watched...would they stay down if you were to lay down beside them?
Were they doing the mannequin challenge? So sweet!
Oh what a great idea! I think you should do the mannequin challenge!
That was awesome! It was almost like being there but I think I would be in the sun against the barn.There were quite a lot of suitable for framing photos! You need a wall of noses, ears,eyes and feet!
I love to see your process when photographing your donkeys and cat. To see the 'photographer' at work was fascinating and can now see how your get such wonderful pictures of your critters. Your animals are oblivious to the 'click, click' of the camera, definitely a must to get the pictures you do that there is no reaction.
I sure do enjoy watching these videos when you match them with your shots. It really feels like we get to be there with you. Lucy's lovely face ... awwww! Her coat looks so lovely and dappled these days. As the snow is blowing around outside in our neck of the woods it is heartwarming to see your donkeys laying about in the sunshine. Thanks Carson!
Really enjoyed that. Thanks, Linda!
3 stars posing under the juniper of fame! and Sweet Johnny circling!
I really love the music and that they were all lazing under the tree!Lucy has so many expressions! She is really fun to watch!And Alan's feet are so dainty! hee hee!
Such good donkeys.
I always enjoy one of these films with interspersed still shots. Donkey noses in the dirt - so cute.
They sure do trust you. I wonder about the genetics behind the "traditional" stripe markings on George, and the dapples on Lucy.
What a great video! The weather looks so nice, I imagine stretching out on the ground, leaning up against a donkey with a cool beverage in my hand and nothing else to do for a while. :-)
Happy Thanksgiving Carson! I hope you and the herd have blue skies and lots of nose rubs. Aunt Jean
You captured the essence of a sleepy afternoon - think I need a snooze too!