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"Don't worry dear, it is a daft human.........

"Don't worry dear, it is a daft human.........

.........they cut grass with a machine and then throw it away!" A group of nosey sheep.



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Date: Sat January 26, 2008
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LOL! Lovely shot, Viv. I had a similar situation not long ago with huge black spanish pigs, the double of those guys...I didn't dare to shot them. it was a little scaring Smile!
#1 Sat January 26, 2008 4:33pm

Dilwyn Williams
Great shot Viv,the ewe in the middle of the three rams is saying hope he's not Welsh!!!........Dilwyn
#2 Sat January 26, 2008 5:53pm

Eduardo Agustin
nice shot
#3 Sat January 26, 2008 7:16pm

nice shot viv, plenty of wooley jumpers, Dilwyn just reminded me of a joke.
a sheep farmer having a driving test, the tester said could you make a U turn ahead, the sheep farmer replied if i had my wellies boyo i could make her eyes water............Jimmy
#4 Sat January 26, 2008 7:28pm

Thanks Carmen, Dilwyn, Eduardo, and Jimmy! Lol Dilwyn and Jimmy - there is always something beside photography here! I did think about muttering "mint sauce" as this lot! Viv
#5 Sat January 26, 2008 8:39pm

richard crowe
Great shot viv. They do look a bit sheepish! Smile
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#6 Sat January 26, 2008 9:59pm

Baaa!!! Nonsense! Lol!! Viv
#7 Sat January 26, 2008 10:55pm

Great shot Viv....we are in awe of those beautiful stone walls that go on forever!...nothing like that here(it costs a fortune for stones like that out here!)...wonderful image, even your sheep are different...great capture!Smile...Alan
#8 Sun January 27, 2008 3:59am

Thanks Alan. The walls originally came about as a means of clearing the fields of stones. But there is a new trade for us - want some stones? Viv
#9 Sun January 27, 2008 11:02am

Now that is a novel idea...I thought it was easier to dye the wool after shearing but obviously not !!!
Love those dry stone walls Viv....more please...john
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#10 Sun January 27, 2008 11:07am

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