a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Looks like they are well stocked with food.
Se ha apartado del resto. No quiere competencia a la hora de comer.Feliz fin de semana.
Hello,The sheep is almost hidden in the grasses. They must be happy sheep there, lots to eat. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, have a happy weekend. PS, thank you for leaving me a comment.
bah-haaaaa - I love sheep, so cute.
Gostei destas belas fotografias.Um abraço e tenha um bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Oh, how sweet!
...the grass sure is high!
The sheep like to play peek a boo! ; -)
Good hiding spots for them.
They are enjoying the life :-)
He just wanted a little alone time.
That First Photo Is A Classic There Mr Bill - Way CoolCheers
The grass is already tall for the beginning of summer. I love your new banner. I wish I could imagine myself there today!
I really like your new header.
They won’t go hungry there.
That's a great photo. It looks like it's hiding in the tall grass.
The sheep saw you!!
They look like they are hiding :-D
beautiful view from the country
He looks surprised!
That sheep in your first photograph looks like it's playing beep-bo with you :)All the best Jan
Fotos maravilhosas meu amigo Bill. A ovelha em plena paz.
Sheep are always so curious but they run a mile if you go near them
Sheep may not have many brains, but they make up with their cuteness.
Grande foto, amigo Bill!Linda ovelhinha em meio ao verde da natureza.Excelente fim de semana. Um abraço
Linda oveja te mando un beso.
cute lamb...the grass become a comfortable place to play hide and seek. Have a nice day Bill ^^
In the tallish grass they are lost sometimes.
Tall grass or a short sheep?
Mary must be looking for this one!
You need good eyes sometimes.
Nice habitat for shy critters!
He wasn't on his best days... Happens to all critters... Cheers and all the best, Bill. 🌼
Looks like a great pasture for living and eating. - Margy
Sheep are always one of my favorites!
Duas encantadoras imagens, da beleza campestre! Gostei imenso de ambas!Um grande abraçoAna