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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Safely grazing sheep


On a sunny Sunday in September, sheep graze on a Southern meadow off Mount Road.

6 comments:

Ashtonian said...

What a strange coincidence that today we got some of those white things in the sky as well. People here are in awe at such a rare event especially since it caught the meteorologist by surprise.

This makes a great lambswool picture!

Ashtonian said...

I said lambwatch not lamswool

Ashtonian said...

There's a TV commercial that goes something like."Seconds in our hands, hundreds of years in our landfills" This in reference the the discarded plastic bottle that is in the picture.

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

and a lovely day it looks here
what i love about the english countryside is that it is always so green.

Ruby said...

I am always amazed at how loud sheep are. The ones in Yorkshire are, anyway. It's not just a sweet little baaa noise, it's like a loud, corncrakey MEEEEEEEEEEEEH sound. I wonder if Cheshire sheep are just as loud ... ?

Dina said...

I love sheep ever since my shepherding days. Your picture is lovely. And your title has me humming Bach. Good one!

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