Saturday, 19 December 2009

Camera Critters/Wordless Day: Sheep In The Snow












I thought I would make this a double posting this weekend, I took these two days ago when we had our first snowfall here.

16 Feedback Comments:

rennschnecke said...

oh , poor sheep :-)

eileeninmd said...

Cool shot of the sheep, they look cold. But I guess these animals are use to the weather.

Jane said...

These are next doors sheep, the farm down the road keeps their flock sheltered.

Snap said...

Poor sheep. Almost can't make them out they are camo'd by the snow! Cool shots!

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Great shots! You could post the second shot on "Sepie Scenes" as well!

Jane said...

Yes there does seem to be a touch of sepia tone in that image, often you get a blue tinge when it snows especially if there is sunlight, since it was snowing it obscured the sun-I had the camera on Beach/Snow mode so it helped. Thanks for dropping by Snap and Nancy, much appreciate it:)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Jane: My how they blend into the snowy field.
BTW: We got 2" of snow last night and it is the first of the season.

Jane said...

Thanks Tom, I don't think we have seen the last of the snow either, we had some more today ( first rain but it turned into a blizzard very quickly). Yes they seem to blend well, they were running away from me as I took them.

Jenn Jilks said...

Brrrrr. THings are cooling down everywhere!

rinzonelle said...

Nice Catch. Love your critter. Hope you can find time to visit mine.

Karine said...

What a lovely shot, I love how you can hardly see the sheep amongst the snow!

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

These are really great pictures.. white sheep in white snow..

We love Luna said...

Poor little friends, I hope they can find some barn to stay warm there!
purrs and love
Luna

Jane said...

@ Jenn:Yes I know, its getting colder by the minute:)

I shall come over soon rizonelle and thanks:)

They do look a little camoflaged, I do hope they get some shelter.

Kate said...

Sheep really do follow the leader, don't they?!

Jane said...

Yes I think they do, thanks for dropping by Kate:)