Saturday, April 17, 2010

"Reyri" ( Donkey & Cart)


Donkey is an animal which has been opressed by humans since ages. Today, in third world   countries, donkey still has the same fate, busy in work at all  times.The Donkey carts are a major part of bazaars and roads  in  Pakistan .


                                                    
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16 comments:

  1. The poor donkey! I once had a 9-5 job working in retail, so I know exactly how it feels.

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  2. Nice pictures of the donkey, hope it getts extra feed for the long days work.

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  3. aww. kalooy sa donkey ... dako pa ang nagsakay ... wala donkey diri sa ato dear .... LOL.

    Remains of the old Dabaw
    TV above my coffee
    The Cosmos

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  4. Thanks for a glimpse of life in another country.

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  5. I and Vernz would love to ride on the donkey cart. hehe great photo.

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  6. Your photos are so interesting, great captures of the hard working little donkies. I've always loved this animal and I know he gets overworked. There was a donkey behind a fence on my way home from school. I remember feeding him some cubes of sugar once, not feeding him the correct way, off the palm of my hand, he bit me. It hurt! But I realized afterwards how to feed him. I was taught a valuable lesson and the next time I took him a carrot, I held it in the palm of my hand.

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  7. They are overlooked in the "cute" department and have to work so hard for a living. Your photos are very nice and lend a glimpse of life far from where I am.

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  8. Mukhang matamlay ang mga donkey. Wawa naman sila parang pagod na pagod. Parang kalesa din dito sa pinas minsan ang mga kabayong humihila sa kalesa e overworked talaga.

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  9. Ay ang liit naman ng donkey to be carrying three men sis hehehe..

    Hope you ca take a peek of my a wandering goose, have a great weekend.

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  10. Really good photos of the daily life, especially for the donkeys. I hope they are not mistreated. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. poor donkeys! kaya lng iyon ata ang purpose nila in life, to be a servant, sana lang they are fed and treated right like how we treat our pets. BTW thanks for a nice comment. take care!

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  12. Thank God for donkeys who help the humans with their heavy burdens. Joan

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  13. The donkeys are really strong creature. Though not very large in size but capable of carrying such heavy loads. It's a harsh life. Sometimes I do pity the animals. Really thankful for them do provide us an important mode of transport especially in the olden days. Never ride a donkey before. Hopefully I got the chance to travel to your country and experience ride on one.

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  14. we have to be thankful for all the animals that help us with our everyday living:D

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  15. Poor old fellows. I hope they are given some good food and nice place to sleep at the end of their hard day of work. Valerie

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