Wednesday, March 7, 2012

The Sheep Snow Shots Show

Group One. There could be many groups. I'll try to control myself.





Sherman



Elizabeth and her daughter Allie. They aren't tight like Emily and The Bellies so I don't have many shots of them together.



Buddy, Renny, B. Willard



The Snow Dog!



Woolliam and Renny



B. Willard





Petunia and Buddy



This picture reminds me of The Chronicles of Narnia. That's Henrietta, Boudreaux and Petunia.

22 comments:

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Beautiful!

Boy...you wouldn't catch the goats out in that snow! They'd be demaning wellies! lol

Tombstone Livestock said...

All of those pictures would make great Christmas cards for next year. Love the "snow dog" picture too. I found a girl friend for 20 yesterday, posted her picture on my Tombstone Tidings blog.

Jenny said...

Absolutely superb! Just as I opened your blog page, it started to snow here, too... LOL

Marcy said...

Wonderful pictures! Thanks for sharing. For the sheepless and snowless this is food for the soul.

Susan said...

Man! Try to say that fast, three times! There is nothing quite as fetching as sheep in snow. Especially your photogenic flock.

Nancy K. said...

Beautiful, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL!!!

I'm glad that it's you, not me though. I just posted a bunch of photos of my dogs and sheep out on the dead, brown grass!

;-)

Shirley said...
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Shirley said...

Yeah... try saying that title fast once, let alone 3 times! Great shots, I'm glad it's you getting the snow, not us.

Lori Skoog said...

Sara. These are some of your very best. Your sense of timing was perfect...

thecrazysheeplady said...

I think I like the colors the best. I was worried everyone, especially Hank, would just look dirty and awful against the snow. Quite the opposite. I think.

Karen said...

Lovely! My favourite is the first one. And that title, I can hardly say it once, that's a tongue twister for sure:)

Christine said...

Why the heck are your sheep so clean? Do you always feed them from the ground? Mine look hideous in comparison.

Annette said...

Beautiful gorgeous amazing shots! And the dog too!! What breed is he/she? There is a lot of resemblance in the face and ears to our mutt/rescue.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Hank is a Pyrenees/Maremma cross. He does an incredible job guarding our sheep...and whole farm actually.

Alice said...

Oh my! Not only are the sheep shots super,but the snowy white scenery in the background is stunning. I especially love B.Willard with the snow on his face and the hay hanging from his mouth.
Your sheep are definitely not failure to thrive :-)

Alice said...

Oh my! Not only are the sheep shots super,but the snowy white scenery in the background is stunning. I especially love B.Willard with the snow on his face and the hay hanging from his mouth.
Your sheep are definitely not failure to thrive :-)

junelle said...

YOUR snow pics are unbelievably gorgeous!!! Wowsie! The white snow on that brown wooliness is simply perfect!

I am always so happy here in your home...

love & lambs sweet one!
Junelle

gtyyup said...

Hank stole the show!!!

Terry and Linda said...

Glad you got snow....I don't want any!


Linda
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flowerweaver said...

Woohoo! You finally got your snow. Love the B. Willard shots. We had a good rain last night, more to come, hopefully.

Ed said...

Great shots, Hank looks quite content in the snow..:-)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Wonderful photos..well done:)

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