Sweet!How many themes do you have in a week? I can't hold up...
Thanks for stopping by. Currently we are posting three times a week: on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. We might decide to change that later on though. There's no time limit for you to play along, if you like. You can always go back to an older post, even months later, and leave your link/comment there. :)
OK haha LOLWell, my Sheep picture is on my blog!Love your sheep by the way, esp the Scottish Blackface.Love, Renee
Thanks for sharing a photo of your Texel sheep, Renée. Now we know at least one breed in Finland, Scotland and Holland. :)
I love the sheep photos! Unfortunately I only have pictures of goats! LOL
We have seen your goat photos and they sure are adorable.
I love that Scottish Blackface, he is so gorgeous with long hair.
Thank you, Henrietta! :)
Alas! Like Terry above, I seem to have a better chance of snapping goats than I do sheep. The first time in ages that my camera, myself and a flock of sheep (if three is a crowd, is three a flock?) have all been together at the same time happened last weekend at the Monterey (California) Highland Games. . .and so, of course, it's not very representative of a California sheep. It's a Scottish Blackface ewe again:http://www.flickr.com/photos/81313476@N05/7543625392/And here's a snap of the ram:http://www.flickr.com/photos/81313476@N05/7543716242/in/photostream
Thank you for sharing your photos, Molly. Both the ewe and the ram are gorgeous. Glad you could see them at the Highland Games so that you could show us. :) We got curious and googled for California sheep and found the California Red Sheep; they sure look cute.
Thanks so much for the info on the California Red Sheep! I am ashamed to say I have never noticed any when Davis, where the article says they were developed, is very close to where I live. If I go to the State Fair this year, at least, I'll have to keep my eyes peeled.
Hopefully you get to see one at the Fair. :)