It's been so much fun getting your photo submissions in response to my last post! Thanks to everyone that has participated so far. Here are a few I'd like to share.
As you can see, it's a fun and different experience. For those that have not been to Pronkin' Pastures, we invite you to visit!
Speaking of visiting, we are holding an informal 'Open House' this weekend. Stop by for a cup of hot apple cider and a visit with the alpacas. And if you need to do holiday shopping, our store will be open and is packed full of goodies, too!
We hope to see you soon - both in person and in photos! Keep sending your photos in for a chance to win a $20 Pronkin' Pastures gift certificate.
It’s been a busy, busy year. We have enjoyed visiting with guests and introducing our alpaca herd to all of you!
As many of you know, I love taking photos of the farm and animals. One thing I find lacking in my photos, though, is YOU! It seems that I never have my camera available when visitors are around - and there have been so many fun photo opportunities and special moments.
So, I am asking you…
Have you taken photos during your visit to Pronkin' Pastures? Would you be willing to share them?
I would love to see your photos - particularly those that have visitors and alpacas in them - and add some of them to the website. To encourage responses from you, I am offering a little incentive… a $20 gift certificate.
Just send me an email with your farm visit photo attached. Be sure to include the text 'Farm Visit Photo' in the subject line of your email so that I don't mistake it as something with a dangerous attachment. Include in your email the date you visited and any other info about the photo that you would like to share. For each photo you send, your name will be entered into a drawing. On Dec 31st, one name will be drawn to win a $20 gift certificate for use on any item in the store.
Hope to see your photos soon!
About the author:
Always an animal lover, alpacas entered my life in 2005.
I enjoy all aspects of life with alpacas - from caring for them, to training them, spinning and knitting their wonderful fiber, photographing them, and even writing about them!