Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain, near Sheep Haven Bay in north west of Co. Donegal,
Hoi Bill, heerlijk plaatje van deze Schapen die zo vrij zijn als 'n vogeltje in de lucht, Het hondje vind het wel interessant.Goed weekend Bill, Groet Kees.
Great photos once more, Bill. Especially the one with the dog.God bless.
A nice sight
They enjoy the landscape and we enjoy them.
Hello, I love the cute sheep and the dog. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!
Sheep are very useful to maintain the landscape. And wonderful animals to photograph!
Love the photo of the dog looking at the sheep, hope they weren't too scared of him :)
Too Cute - Just Another Typical Situation Cheers
...your sheep are such beautiful looking critters.
Did they mistake you for Little Bo Peep Bill 😉
Nice they are free to explore the surroundings.
The dog and goats seem to silently converse... and looks happy to be left free in hills.
Gostei de ver e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Hi Bill.Wonderful how they have the freedom.Greeting from Patricia.
My friend Bill,Your text that complements the wonderful photos is amazing. Congratulations.
Cute sheep, and cute dog!
That cute little dog seems to be saying, "don't get too close".
So are the sheep wild or this common land where farmers can keep their sheep. So your photo asks lots of questions.
Nice to meet sheep along your walk. Enjoyed the photos.
Lots to eat there too.
The dog's trying to figure out what they're up to.
That wee guy will round them up!
Free to roam. Lucky for them.
Lovely photos, Bill. Thanks for your get well wishes. Have a nice rest of the weekend.
They are some curious critters.Beautiful shots!
OK, I will.
I love your Saturday critters, Bill. It looks like the lamb in your first shot has a heart on its forehead.
Good thing you had your dog to protect you from those sheep. Fun photos.
Cute! They can be very curious.
Marvelous creatures--I mean, both the sheep and the dog. :-)
Fluffy “wildlife” in your neck of the woods!
Lovely :)All the best Jan