Thursday, June 17, 2010

Hot Lazy Days Of...Spring?!?

Those poor boys. Their baby books are light in the photo department. Not because they aren't super cute and we haven't enjoyed hanging out together, making clover necklaces... The weather has been awful, the humid light ugly (this may be an inaccurate observation tainted by my extreme dislike hatred of heat and humidity), the boys are so friendly that any time I try to sit down and take pictures they come over and want their ears scratched, their backs scratched, a little lower to the left, now over to the right...



I also have had trouble getting pictures of B. Willard because he's black. I can't get good shots of Claire Bear either, for the same reason. I'm hoping to learn how to adjust for that at the photography workshop next month at Tanglewood Farm. She need two more people to fill the class and make it worth Gale Zucker's time to travel here from Connecticut. If you are interested in a fun weekend at a beautiful farm learning all sorts of photo and editing tips, please drop Dianne an email. You don't have to be a knitter. You could like flowers or horses or birds...



Nose to nose. Good (and cute) brothers.



Um, what are you all getting your noses into?



Seriously Buddy. You're all fighting over a thistle? You're actually going to eat a thistle?



I think Hank has the right idea. Watch from a distance.

From the looks of those sheep, I wouldn't get between them and any sort of food source.

Yeesh.

9 comments:

Shirley said...

Trade ya some rain for some heat!

Alice said...

You might think that your new babies were brothers. Interesting how physically close they are to one another. Hank has the right idea, stay in the shade and try to catch a breeze, the sheep should desire the same.

Michelle said...

We are WAY cooler and wetter than usual, and I'll TAKE IT! You'll just have to suffer in that humid heat without me. BTW, Rick is talking about continuing education trips. How is Lexington in September?

DayPhoto said...

We are experiencing horrible hot hard winds STILL! We usually have one big one that melts the snow in the mountains and then we move into summer. But the winds are still here, still blowing around 60-80 mph and drying everything out. It's hard to water and keep things wet and even harder to watch stuff be shredded.

The boys are really cute and they really do love each other.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Lori Skoog said...

You could always move up north! I'm sure there is a nice farm waiting.

Your pasture of sheep is most peaceful!

Gayle said...

What a beautiful pasture for the sheep to roam and stay so clean.

flowerweaver said...

Finley LOVES thistle! They are sheep snacks down here!

Ed said...

Why is the song Black and White by 3 dog night running through my mind right now??? Great shots..:-)

Nancy K. said...

I'm right there with you on the heat and humidity! My idea temperature is anything between 50 and 70 degrees with low humidity. I believe we get about three days like that per year...

Beautiful photos, as per usual.

;-)

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