Long slow drive home tonight in the rain and fog, so this is going to be quick and simple. The barn that's home to the Alpacas is a few concessions down the road, and it's one of my favourites. It sits beside an unused old concession road, which I walked down on snowshoes 2 or 3 weeks ago.
I was able to get shots from different angles as I walked back out the old road, shooting between the trees and across the old stone fencerow.
They've planted some spruce and pine, which seems like yesterday, but obviously it was several years ago.
The Alpacas are kept in the barn over the winter, and kept in triangular paddocks outside here. One point of each triangle meets close to the barn. But I have no idea what that tiny square opening in the middle of the barn wall is for!