Well, they hug each other.  Aww.

Camels entwined, Pushkar, India

Camels entwined, Pushkar, India

They chat about life.

Group of camels, Pushkar, India

Group of camels, Pushkar, India

They chew.  And chew.  And chew.

Camel chewing, Pushkar, India

Camel chewing, Pushkar, India

They lay.

Camel relaxing, Jaisalmer desert, India

Camel relaxing, Jaisalmer desert, India

They roll.

Camel rolling, Jaisalmer desert, India

Camel rolling, Jaisalmer desert, India

And they eat and drink – all that rolling gets the hunger pangs going don’t cha know.

Camel eating, Jaisalmer desert, India

Camel eating, Jaisalmer desert, India

And that, my friends, is what camels do in their spare time.  Who knows what goes on when the cameras are turned?  Light a bonfire and play the bagpipes?  Perhaps the Scottish ones …

A big thank you to the camels of Jaisalmer and Puskhar for allowing me to take their photos for this post.  Smiley face.

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  1. I loved the dark effect you’ve got round your pictures. I remember the first time I ever saw camels, in the Gobi Desert, and being amazed at how woolly and lively they looked, compared with their zoo cousins.

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    1. They’re quite amazing animals in terms of height and character, but I kept expecting them to kick me like horses 😛

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