Saturday, June 15, 2019

saturday critters

sheep from Creeslough




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26 comments:

  1. There is a great variety in sheep I see, nice photos!

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  2. Sheep are lovely to look at.

    God bless.

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  3. Amazing creatures, yet they give us wool, mutton and lamb chops.

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  4. They really look fine in all that green. Only concrete pipes disturb a bit the total impression.

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  5. From reading another bloggers posts in which she includes sheep photos, it seems the colors mewn these fellows will be shorn in the near future.

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  6. Hello, cute captures of the sheep. I do not see the black sheep often. Thanks for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend.

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  7. ...I always like the black sheeps of the family!

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  8. They are indeed wooly! Beautiful photos!

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  9. Beauty and tenderness from a real "family". And you my friend are part in the "house" of my feelings.

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  10. I see the "black sheep" of the family are present and accounted for. :-)

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  11. The are really healthy looking critters Bill, it's all that green Irish grass ✨

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  12. Great photos Bill!
    Love those black sheep!!!

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  13. Lots of sheep in the blogsphere today, Bill. These ones are fun to see.

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  14. Such lovely critters.
    Great photographs Bill.

    All the best Jan

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  15. Sweet photos. Have a great weekend.

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  16. Baa baa black sheep... Nice captures

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  17. very curious woolly sheep, I like the faces on the black ones.

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  18. They have nice faces. It looks like a few of them are ready to be shorn.

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  19. They are great looking sheep!

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  20. Sheep are cute! I've always wondered, it their fur can keep is so warm when it's freezing outside, how they stay cool in heat of the summer.

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  21. Love the sheep's expression in that first photo. :-)

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