The Two Goats

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UploadedOctober 23, 2009
TakenSeptember 26, 2009
Exposure1/125 sec at f/8
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At the end of the path you come to a gate. Go into the field. Stay on the right hand side of the field until you come to a path (with horse box probably). Follow the path to a farm on your right. Turn left up the road at this point and carry on to the first crossroad. Climb over the stile on the left side of the junction. Walk over the field, keeping the granary on your left until you can see a gap in the trees. Walk through the gap. Stay along the left hand side of the very green field until you come to the remains of an old stile. There will be two goats there. One of the goats is good, and the other is bad. Ask the good goat for the rest of the directions, and you will easily find what you are looking for. If you ask the bad goat, you will not succeed.

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  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (22 Oct 2009):

    cool capture. how are we to recognize the good goat from the bad one?

  • Susan Littlefield

    Susan Littlefield gave props (23 Oct 2009):

    Hmmm.....a paradox. Or a pair of goats. I suppose if I find myself talking to goats, it won't really matter which one gives me directions! Great shot multi-talented animals!!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (23 Oct 2009):

    "Downtown Let's go downtown Downtown tonight Downtown Hear the band playin' Downtown all right." Neil Young

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight (Deleted) gave props (23 Oct 2009):

    I was surprised, for a moment, that domestic goats could be "trained" to do this, but it may be instinctive, as their cousins, mountain goats, are skilled mountain climbers.

  • david ong

    david ong gave props (23 Oct 2009):

    hahaha... thank you Aaron, this is great!

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes gave props (26 Oct 2009):

    Very funny and a great catch, Aaron.

  • Zbigniew Markowski

    Zbigniew Markowski gave props (31 Oct 2009):


  • Mary Brown

    Mary Brown gave props (16 Nov 2009):

    I love the shot of these two goats, and your narrative about the "good and bad" goats is terrific.

  • Richard Schenk

    Richard Schenk gave props (30 Dec 2009):

    the words give this photo memory...

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