29 January, 2022

saturday critters

 sheep grazing in a field.


linking up with Eileen's saturday critters

46 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    Nice picture Bill.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  2. I like these photos that perfectly capture everyday life,
    Happy weekend.
    Best regards.

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  3. What gives Bill? Only one sheep out of four will look at you? <('--')>

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  4. Muy tranuqilas están, disfrutando del entorno y de los alimentos.

    Feliz fin de semana.

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  5. The sheep seem very calm enjoying their pasture.

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  6. Cute! Why one with red butt or all four?

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    1. The colour could mean that they had their inoculations or they've been inseminated.

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  7. Hello Bill,
    Cute shot of the sheep, the one has a colorful pink spotted butt.
    Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.

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  8. Can´t wait till they spring into Spring, have the promise right here at the PC :-)

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  9. ...this morning here, they would blend in with the snow!

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  10. All but one is too busy eating to look at you :)

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  11. They are adorable! Have a great weekend Bill :)

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  12. Such wonderful green grass..it's either brown glass or snow on it here. Lovely shot!

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  13. Ireland seemed full of sheep on my visits there. I always wondered about the bright spots that were painted on them: I guess they are ownership signs, like branding cattle.

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  14. Looks always nice in the field.

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  15. An image of quiet and pace in the green country.

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  16. What a peaceful, pastoral scene, Bill. I see one of the sheep has been marked with red. I know my uncle's sheep used to be marked, too, but I don't remember what the color red meant. Happy weekend.

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  17. They are having such a relaxing time. : )

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  18. The sheep seem happy to have fresh grass this time of year.

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  19. Love this photo. It looks so peaceful!

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  20. It looks so serene...perfect for a Saturday morning! Happy weekend.

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  21. The grass looks burnt, perhaps from the frosts. One of them seems to pose... All is calm, all at peace... I enjoyed seeing it...

    You don't like movies Bill? It seems delicate to confess this in a comment. A hug, dear friend.
    ~~~

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    1. Bill, thinking of you, I put the 'link' of the complete movie, with the dialogues in English...
      I guarantee you'll enjoy seeing it... A good Week, my friend.
      ~~~~

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  22. Beautifully
    Here at home, the rain is pouring down right now

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  23. One of them is a bit curious as to what you are up to.

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  24. Boa tarde meu querido amigo Bill. Gostaria de conhecer esse maravilhoso lugar. Bom sábado.

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  25. Hello, :=) A peaceful country scene, I never tire of seeing. Sheep in fields is a common sight here in Portugal. Your image is lovely.
    Have a nice weekend,:=)

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  26. At least one of them is interested in what you are doing, Bill!

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  27. Beautiful scene! They all looks happy and not hungry.

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  28. The sheep seem set and comfortable.

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  29. I love seeing the sheep. I wonder what the red mark is for -- or if they all have it (and we just didn't get the view!)

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  30. Lambing season is just around the corner.

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  31. You have been spotted by one of them! :)

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  32. Hola Bill, Bonita fotografía.
    Feliz semana.
    Saludos

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  33. It's always nice to see sheep.

    All the best Jan

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  34. They are usually quite nosey

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  35. Costumo ter um cenário parecido, aqui nas traseiras da minha casa, pelo que esta imagem me fez mesmo sentir em casa! Adorei a foto! Abraço
    Ana

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