Jun 26 2013 Wordless Wednesday: Three Cuties in Bolivia Snapped on Isla de la Luna (Island of the Moon), where according to Inca mythology, Viracocha, the great creator god, rose from Lake Titicaca during the time of darkness, to bring forth light. Share this:SharePinterestLinkedInTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
cute … adorable … and … ahhhhh
Yes they are, Issy. I felt sure that daddy bear wanted to give me a big bear hug. 🙂
Cute, and so diverse! Cute can apply to so many things and mean something so different with each one! 🙂 I love cute things! 🙂
Cuties indeed! I am intrigued with the mythodology of this place. Exciting!
Thanks, IT. Yes I find it fascinating that most cultures have their own version of the creation story.
I clicked “like” but really I love this photo.
Thanks so much. I’ve had this photo on my desktop for a while, and decided to share it. 🙂
I can’t decide which one is the cutest! 🙂
Hehehe….I think they’re all in the cute category, Madelaine. 🙂
No kidding – They are cuties 🙂
Thanks, Rosy. 🙂
Your photo will put a smile on anyone’s face…thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Karen. Glad you enjoyed. 🙂
Thanks for the creation story.
You’re welcome, Frank. It seems that all cultures have their own version. 🙂
Oh so sweet!!! Makes me miss my Llamas. I adore the little alpaca. Great shot and hugs to you…Paula xxx
Thanks, Paula. You had llamas? How cute. Have a lovely day. Hugs xx
I have 2 and they are so adorable! I have to sell them as the farm is up for sale. I’m so going to miss them, especially the boy. He’s like a child to me. Lol hugs and nite! xxxx
Aaaaw…….that’s so sad. I’m sorry you can’t keep your llamas just as house pets. 🙂
Me too. But just now as of 30 minutes ago, I found them a great home! Plus I can go visit them still!! Woohoo!!! xxxx
That’s great news, Paula. So happy for you and the llamas. Hugs xx
Oh that’s a splendid shot AD .
The middle one looks like he is missing some pull along wheels 🙂
Hahaha You’re so right, Poppy. 🙂
Cuties indeed AD 🙂
I thought so. 🙂
Adorable! Especially the guy in the middle 🙂
Thanks, Tilly. Yes, I wanted to take him home with me. 🙂
Cuties, indeed! 🙂
Thanks, Imelda. 🙂
I love this pic – it really does look like that animal in the middle is a cuddly toy! 😀
Thanks, Dianne. Yes his coat was so soft.
so primitive and prosaic!
Yes indeed, there’s no drama going on there. What you see is what you get. 🙂
Aw, fabulous pic…
Thanks so much, Ruth. 🙂
I would almost think someone stuck a stuffed animal in between the child and the alpaca. Really cute image.:)
Thanks, Lynne. 🙂
Hehehe. I thought so too. 🙂
That kid in the middle is funny looking.
Excellent Sylvia! 🙂
Aaaw, how can you say such a thing, Phil? 🙂
Oh, so, so cute, all three of them ! // Maria
Thanks, Maria. 🙂
I just love this one! The three of them in a row, the colours and well, everything about it is great 🙂
Thanks so much, Inga. It was a real photo opportunity, too good to miss. 🙂
Big “awwwh” 🙂
What a great photo!
Thanks so much. 🙂
That funny looking animal in the middle is an alpaca, looks like a long legged sheep and tastes like lamb 😉
How could you even think of eating such a cute-faced animal? 😯
A wonderful photo!
Thanks, Naomi. 🙂
Very beautiful – the alpaca is totally cute!
Thanks so much. 🙂
They are beautiful indeed AD! Great post hon. 😀 *hugs*
Thanks, Sonel. Glad you enjoyed the cuties. 🙂 xx
Thanks, Laurie. Glad you enjoyed my pic. 🙂
So adorable. God does good work. 😉
Absolutely, Gemma. 🙂
How gorgeous are they!
Aren’t they just? 🙂
If I’d the one on the right was the only one to be seen, I would have taken it for a kangaroo! Just a teensy bit out, geographically … The miggle one is certainly extra sweet.
Just a teensy bit out, Col. 😀
The fluffy one is the cutest for me 🙂
Me too. 🙂