Saturday, 5 July 2014

Woolly Portraits














22 comments:

  1. ja daar gaan veel mensen een warm gevoel van krijgen,

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  2. lovely images Roy; they look to be in great pasture for healthy sheep too. Carole, at snaphappyonline.blogspot.com

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  3. It's nice to find subjects which are as interested in the photographer as he is in them.

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    1. Thanks John, I'm not quite sure what their comments would be.{:))

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  4. Wonderful portraits! They're all very cute. Have a lovely upcoming week.

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  5. What a lovely series of portraits.
    There is so much variety in the different breeds of sheep you have over there. Unfortunately there is but a few Dutch (people :) ) who appreciate their nearly forgotten diversity of sheep.
    Thank you very much for sharing,
    Best regards, Sjerp

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    1. Thanks Sjerp, yes we have quite a number of species in UK.

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  6. They seem to be just begging you to take their photos :-) Lovely!

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  7. Hey Roy... Those are some great poses!! Every one made me chuckle especially the last one!!
    Great stuff!!

    Grace

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  8. Lol ... funny title for this post Roy sheep :-)
    Moreover, it also beautiful portraits;-)

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  9. Hi Roy

    Some great faces here.

    Guy

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  10. What ever kind of sheep these are, we seem to have the same variety over at the nearby Crystal Spring Farm. I took a few photos of them on my visit there in May and some of your shots look so similar! England or New England, the sheep are still the same!

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    1. The first and last shots are adult sheep probably of the breed known as 'Mule', Kathie.
      The rest are what we call Fat Lambs (not yet adult). They are probably the 'South Down' breed, although there is a lot of cross breeding as well which makes it difficult.

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