Saturday, March 23, 2019

saturday critters

seen on the path to Lough Mask, co. Mayo.


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32 comments:

  1. Looks they got nice hiding place or shelter inside a tree! Interesting capture

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  2. ...I love their black faces.

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  3. Lovely sheep and a big, big tree. Great shot.

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  4. Hello, cute shot of the sheep. Looks like one has a hiding spot inside the tree.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend. PS, thank you for the comment and visit to my blog.

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  5. Wonderful shot of the tree trunk and sheep.

    God bless.

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  6. It looks almost a painting, such a nice photo.

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  7. Lovely wee hidey hole it's found itself here 😊 Beautiful rural shot Bill ✨

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  8. Absolutely stunning photo...I love it!!!

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  9. The little cubby hole in the tree is a perfect resting place!

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  10. I wonder if any other creatures live in the hole in the tree.

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  11. Hi Bill.

    Fantastic, nice shelter for the sheep too.

    Greeting from Patricia.

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  12. Bill and his amazing imagination!
    All your latest posts are lessons for a better world.

    I am always a real friend of yours.

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  13. Lovely green scene. It looks like one of them was hiding inside the tree.

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  14. What a wonderful pic that is, Bill! I love it!

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  15. That is one of your best shots yet.

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  16. Love the sheep and the tree, a very nice photograph.
    Happy Weekend Bill.

    All the best Jan

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  17. What a nice shot! "Still life with sheep."

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  18. ahhh sheep, something we have loads of here too, I just love their little black faces.

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  19. Hello, Catching up after our move. This is a gorgeous shot; so peaceful. I hope you two have enjoyed a lovely weekend.

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  20. Cute! They live in a tree house!

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