Woodhenge Sheep

Woodhenge Sheep

Woodhenge Sheep

Woodhenge Sheep

8 Comments CherryPie on Jun 18th 2014

8 Responses to “A Scattering of Sheep”

  1. ....peter:) says:

    i love your image of the countryside behind the sheep in the first shot Cherie… but i like the lambs most of all… 777 caught my attention right off the bat….peter:)

    • CherryPie says:

      The lambs in particular were very cute. There was a third that had wandered off from Mum, following another family. When it didn’t return of its own accord she bleated to it quite forcefully for it to return to her.

  2. Mickie Brown says:

    Another set of charming photos. Can’t find many animals cuter than lambs! Mickie :)

  3. Astrid says:

    Sheep are such great animals. There are a lot of different ones and even these look different than the ones I saw in Dutchland.
    Will they be shorn?? (Taken the wool off)
    On second Pentecost day, Ginnie and I went to a fair where they showed it.
    Wonderful pictures again.
    http://ginniehart.blogspot.nl/2014/06/sheep-shearing-and-such-in-dutchland.html

    • CherryPie says:

      There seemed to be more than one type in this field, all though I am not sure.

      I expect they will be shorn, they usually are. That sounds like a fun day out at the sheep shearing :-)

  4. I did a 15-mile walk yesterday in Hampshire.
    Came across a woodland managed by NT too.
    It’s Selborne Common. Have you been there before?
    Selborne is a very beautiful village.

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