Looks like they were coming at you. Hope there was a fence between you and them :-)
I love javelinas - we have them too here in Arizona, but just got to be respectful of the creatures. They are very protective of their families. Great image!
Ohhh, those are mean! We call them Havelina here. My grandpa used to hunt them.I think it's neat that we both were thinking alike today :)
looks like the guy is getting ready to charge at you!
Marc, there are no fences on the place. You are lucky when they allow you to get this close :-) Sometimes you hardly see them.
It is a powerful photo!!
Wonderful close up of the pigs. The wild pigs here sometimes come into town to check out the gardens.
Oh, yikes! Why am I thinking "Hannibal" here?
"Sangliers" en français.If there was no fence, when did they stop? Did they come right at you? Were they hoping for some food?Fantastic photo anyway!
I thought the title was going to be about a book, not really pigs, and those pigs on top of that - not the cute pink ones.
Nathalie, although it is forbbiden to feed the animals, I think some people might do... I'm not saying the pigs are used to it, but they were curious and didn't run away with my approach.
Hey! This is my Chinese birth year sign! It means I love luxury, but you wouldn't know it to look at them. 6^)
No wonder they were coming at you, they wanted their fifteen minutes of fame on the blog! ;) How big are these fellows?
Pigs at twilight? Isn't that a song? Hah!You're a brave man to face them down and it's an amazing perspective. Very cool.
Fantastic shot, you got them at such a good angle. I would have been scared!
That is one ugly looking pig! hope they aren't mean!
These are very cute.I bet they taste nice too!
Great picture! You were brave to get so close!
HA, not your usual fare JM! javelinas are tough characters. Hope you were protected!
Hope you have a big lens because those fellows are not always nice guys!!!
Different species..never seen them....
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