I'm currently writing my blog from my cottage in the Drakensberg, Champagne Valley, Kwa-Zulu Natal; South Africa
Hi Jo, I thought the Camel used his foot to scratch his back....I was so amazed....then they told me it's the head....the Camel got me on that!
That's just too funny!
Oh, I didn't know that camels neck was that long that it could reach it's hump. Nice shot
What a stretch! Too cute!
Ah ! my favorite animals, lol ! what a nice shot !a cute grandson too !
Funny capture, Jo! have a great week!
Lol. Interesting photo and good capture and caption.
haha funny shot! you captured it in the right moment! Happy Tuesday!
Ah, the advantages of having a LONG neck! What a great capture, Jo! I love it! And what a great way to start my day! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!Sylvia
Cute picture, Jo... You were in the right place at the right time for sure.. Hugs,Betsy
Perfect timing...funny capture! ☼ Sunny
Hahaa...makes ME itch!!Happy night to you!hughugs
Hi Jo! Sometimes I wish I could do that! Never fails that an itch comes to a place that can't be reached :)
Hahaha Great photo, your timing was perfect. I also posted some camels, single headed and single humped, this week.
What a contortionist!
Unusual two-headed camel. Or is it an abnormal birth for that certain camel?Well, I am thankful to see one even if no one will believe me if I tell them I saw a two headed Camel in Africa. I am entertained. :)
Thank you for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate your feedback. Jo