Very nice shot of a sleeping pig.
Asterix and Obelix's favorite food.
After a meal, the naps do good.
You are right, naps are what you need Matti.
I didn't realize that wild boars still existed in forests in the UK.
There's a few sites in England , one of those is Forest of Dean. Cheers David.
I hope he sleeps well …Nice photograph.All the best Jan
Even powerful beasts need sleep...
Sleep well EC. HA HA HA.
be careful, wild boars could hit people...Have a nice warm spring
Muy bueno el acercamiento al animal, Bob, foto con mucho detalle.Saludos.
Gosh, opened your page to be greeted by the boar - blinked, recovered - what a lovely shot.
Great shots Bob
I agree with you
Hi Bob.Beautifully asleep on the ground.Greeting from Patricia.
Wow, cool closeup of the boar. Enjoy your day and week ahead.
They're usually screaming through the bush, for me. Rarely get a shot.
It gets tired!
geweldig mooi Bob
Hola Bob,una buena y espectacular toma de este Jabali.Un saludo.
Hi Bob,Wonderful image of the wild Boar, snoozing happily. I always understood the Boars can be dangerous, hopefully you got away with it.All the best, John
Ah, the look of contentment is priceless!
It is a wonderful animal, I like it. You have a good day Bob. Friendship
Wow! Stunning photo! Certainly I would not like to come face to face with this fellow in the woods! Good days to you Bob!
The boar only seem to be dangerous when they are protecting their young ones, mainly because of barking dogs. I have aproached them a few times to take photos, one followed by my side for a while. We also encountered four walking past the car when we were taking pictures. I got out of the car to take photos, they were fine with me being within a couple of feet of them, they seemed alot more intrested in digging up the ground for food. I still wouldn't recomend getting to close though.
Hello Bob,with us in the woods there are also many wild boars but you know that I have never been able to photograph one !!! I see them in others they do see but I have never seen them.Nice and very nice photo :-)
You have to be patient, they can be there Helma.