Monday, October 6, 2014


We stopped near a well. It was around 16:00, in a windy afternoon.
First, we saw the horses, very nervous and thirsty. Theire owner was late, so another guy decided to draw water for them. They were more than happy.
While they were busy drinking, sheeps and goats were waiting for their turn. Apparently, there is some hiearchy among the herds.
That's our driver drawing the water. Both drivers were always happy to help with the animals.  And you can see a tiny cheeky goat.
joined by the others as soon as the horses went away. Humans were watching to prevent horns getting stuck, or to make sure everybody had access to the water.
There was still another herd waiting in the distance. They approached once the first herd was done.
Again, the place was crowded.


Lisa at Greenbow said...

It is fun seeing how other cultures work.

neki desu said...

i can now say that crowds should act like a herd of goats no pushing and waiting ;)