Saturday, 5 March 2011

Wacky Races...

SOOC Sunday


One of our neighbours keeps a few sheep so I was delighted to get into his yard to take some shots of these sweet little lambs, and their new found friends!




18 comments:

  1. Oh how sweet these little lambs are. Do they number them to tell them apart???

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  2. I must ask my neighbour why he has a number on them. I think most sheep around here have a colour splotch so that the farmers/shepherds can tell which are theirs' on common land/mountains just in case they get mixed up.

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  3. It looks like the number relates to the lamb and the mother Ewe.

    They are very cute!

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  4. Great shots, I think Pip, has the best answer about the numbers. Interesting.

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  5. Aw, what cute little sheepies! ...that's a synonym for lamb, right? Little sheepie?

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  6. Those babies are just adorable!

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  7. Oh, they are sweet. They don't seemed to bothered by the paint splotches.

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  8. Oh boy they look great. Happy SOOC day.

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  9. I like the photo with the lamb and the rooster. Brings home the size of it...

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  10. Omg those are cute little lambs! I wanna squeeze them :) great shot!

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  11. So very cute! There's a farm near us that we see lambs at in the spring. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. The lambs are adorable! One of my friends had a rooster who would chase their lambs and kids- I hope these little guys don't get bullied by the poultry!

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  13. There are more lambs appearing here, although it is still a few weeks until the main lambing starts. They are just so cute - especvially when they jump straight up in the air, as if they have springs in their legs!!

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  14. Well that's one way to know who is who. :) Fun shots! Make me dream of spring.

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  15. Cute lambs! Great shots!

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  16. They are adorable! So is #1 the first one born?

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