Saturday, 8 August 2009

Camera Critters: Herd Of Sheep....





.... In the garden.

We had a previous incedent of a sheep in our garden sometime back, this time it was a family.

Camera Critters Meme

21 Feedback Comments:

Marigold said...

What a beautiful country side. The sheep are cute! I found a herd of cows for my critter.

Misty Dawn said...

I SO miss raising sheep on our farm! Thanks for the wonderful memories.

jabblog said...

Oh my! Hope you managed to persuade them out of your garden before they consumed everything in sight . . . how exciting though . . . :-)

Jane said...

I know, they did manage to leave eventually, a couple of days later we got about 14 of them in the garden( there must be a gap in a wall on their farm somewhere)-LOL we didn't mind them eating the grass so much.

Thanks for enjoying them:)

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

Nifty rural photos ;--)
That first one reminded me of the Three Billy Goats Gruff crossing the bridge!
Hugs and blessings,

Melanie D said...

great pictures, I love the background, so beautiful!

Regina-DailyLiving said...

Nice captures Jane.
Happy weekend

Carletta said...

What a truly idyllic scene!
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend.

My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

Snap said...

Beautiful sight -- the country and the sheep! Thanks!

Mimi said...

I'd love to have sheep wander around here!

twobarkingdogs said...

Great photos! Thanks for sharing.

i beati said...

gorgeous

Chris said...

I know how you feel Jane, we sometimes have to act as shepherds and return stray "lawn mowers" next door where they belong. Lovely photos.

Tricia said...

Are they not suppose to be there? I mean, are they not yours? WoW! Well, you're getting your lawn mowed for free! hehehe

mimi said...

what a beautiful chubby sheep.

Linda said...

Great lawnmowers, not too good for the rest!

Jane said...

Yeah they are mowing us for free LOL, No they must of got through a gap in a wall or fencing somewhere. Its farming and agriculture up here we even live next door to a farm and boarding kennel, two of their sheep have grown attached to us.

Neil Tasker said...

You'd get a nice mutton curry out of one of them.....Last you till xmas!

Jane said...

Mutton isn't a meat I would want to eat, I am afraid I am too sentimental to be a farmer as I wouldn't slaughter any of them.

Jan's Place USA and Mt Forest Pictures said...

lovely shot

mitt vattenhål said...

nice photos with your fantasitc wiew from your garden in the background