hehe - a zebra lamb (top pic), or perhaps Tigger? - nice
Fun post for the day, Dianne! Love the sheep! And what great shadows they make!! Hugs to Hope and wishing you both a fun weekend!Sylvia
How a sheep thinks is beyond me. After, you were the one with the camera, so why turn away from you is a mystery. I think the front is the more flattering to the ewe than the back side. Not that the sheep cares even a bit about photographic style...
Awww, silly animals..always entertaining!
Great shots!Silverback gorillas
I love sheep. There is something about them that is so sweet. Nice capture Dianne, & I always enjoy the stories that accompany your posts.
A wonderful series of shots! Love how the sheep becomes stripey with shadows!
what a sweet creature...i like teh strips of light you have caught
Ba-a-a-a-a... cute shadow shots for today.P.S. Linda and I did visit a cemetery. As I recall the car came to a screeching halt!haha I haven't posted any of the pix from the cemetery yet.Nice to see you again. I haven't been bloggin' much
I've never seen a stripped sheep before ;-) Kinda like a zebra.
These are very nice photos of the sheep. I like it that you were able to get so close to them to get these shots.
Great post... love the striped lamb!
so, so, very cute! love it! ;-)paz
So cute! I love the shadow stripes!
So sweet! I especially love that second photo! Enjoy the rest of your weekend :)
Oh dianne, I'm sorry she found the Boy Scouts more interesting... she's adorable! :)
I love those last two shots!
These are so nice, Di. You can feel the crispness of the autumn day. The sheep look pretty warm, though!Did you take Hope?Peace from your friend,Gina
Interesting gentle creatures. We just got back from a long awaited trip to Ireland and must have seen a zillion sheep there. I avoided the mutton though... :)
Your photos are so crisp! i love the fence shadows on the lamb and the way her wooly coat is ridged.
What charming animals - and photos!
I love the Shadow Shot!
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