Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
There is a great variety in sheep I see, nice photos!
Sheep are lovely to look at. God bless.
Amazing creatures, yet they give us wool, mutton and lamb chops.
They really look fine in all that green. Only concrete pipes disturb a bit the total impression.
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.
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.
Belos animais, aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
...I always like the black sheeps of the family!
They are indeed wooly! Beautiful photos!
Beauty and tenderness from a real "family". And you my friend are part in the "house" of my feelings.
I see the "black sheep" of the family are present and accounted for. :-)
The are really healthy looking critters Bill, it's all that green Irish grass ✨
They're really cute.
Lots of wool there for sure!
Great photos Bill!Love those black sheep!!!
Lots of sheep in the blogsphere today, Bill. These ones are fun to see.
Such lovely critters.Great photographs Bill.All the best Jan
Sweet photos. Have a great weekend.
Baa baa black sheep... Nice captures
very curious woolly sheep, I like the faces on the black ones.
They have nice faces. It looks like a few of them are ready to be shorn.
They are great looking sheep!
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.
Always a joy to see sheep.
Love the sheep's expression in that first photo. :-)