Weekend Snapshots: Animals

Weekend Snapshots: Animals

On Saturday, I spent an amazing afternoon with my 6 year old niece and 5 year old nephew. There’s nothing like 2 great kids to cheer you up!

We took a walk up the road to see some farm animals and had a play in the park (I think every adult should have a go on the swings… It’s great exercise and it’s brings back childhood memories of fun!).

Anyway, I thought I’d share with you the some photos of the animals we saw. The kids loved them.





Muscovy Duck


  1. Kelly says:

    I love this post! Then again, what’s not to love about animal photos?! We raised goats for several years and they can be quite entertaining creatures.

    Is that last shot a duck of some sort? It doesn’t look like anything I have in my part of the world.

  2. Hi Nikki,

    I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love a good child or animal picture to cheer us all up occasionally.

    Even today, I still enjoy a visit to a good farm park, wildlife park, or zoo, whether we have any children with us or not!

    That last picture looks like some kind of turkey?

    Thanks for sharing and great shots as always 🙂


  3. Hi Nikki! Beautiful photos and that piggy is sooo cute! I like to visit a farm park where they show you how they milk the cows for example. I read that there are some rural boutique hotels or AirBnB doing that kind of thing 🙂

  4. Tracy Terry says:

    Loving these photos, especially the pig.

    A big child when it comes to animals. I can remember taking a group to a farm where one of the activities was feeding tiny lambs. I had to stop myself pushing the children out of the way to get at the feeding bottles.

  5. Inge says:

    Animal pictures are the best, really. They always make me smile. Especially this pig – look how happy that pig is! I went to the zoo the other day and there’s just something really relaxing about watching animals.

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