Saturday, March 31, 2012

Springtime Sheep



Mia and Lila



Renny



Emily and Casper Belly - inseparable.



Who is this?





The Punkin's Patch Board of Directors.



Tim was trimming some trees along the far fence. Hank came over to see what was going on and the sheep all beat it to the barn.



Whoa, whoa, wait a minute! Is that something good to eat?

I love this picture. The colors, the sharpness of the sheep, the looks on their faces... How many sheep can you pick out?

The red buds have been just gorgeous this year. I can't believe they are still blooming, although the end is near. What a beautiful spring we are having.

18 comments:

Nancy K. said...

Breathtakingly beautiful!!! Everything is so neat and tidy and lush and healthy looking...

Karen said...

I second Nancy's comment. Beautiful! Still waiting for Spring to really hit us here, and I am so sick of rain....:(

Gayle said...

I clicked on the Mia sized blogged just to check out the differences...I think the issue is totally IE. In IE the photos are big (nice) but the font is jacked up, but when I open the blog in Firefox the photos are still big with nice font. (The Mia sized blog has too small photos and since your photos are so awesome I want to see them big). The only reason I don't use Firefox all the time is that is takes a really long time to load, but I'll be sure to use it when viewing your blog! :)

Those pink trees are awesome. I can only dream what that must smell like. I'm jealous!!

Oh, and is Kentucky awesome or what?! What a great game today and that Davis is one heck of a player. I'll be cheering for them to go all the way.

Jody said...

I can understand why your sheep are always so happy looking. What a view from your pristine pastures. Wish my sheep had all that!

Shirley said...

I love the one with Hank in it- the foreshortening makes him look way bigger than the sheep!
In answer to your questions, Graham and Keebler, and 12.

Lori Skoog said...

Sara....Sara???? You must still be in Kentucky. You are so cooking with your photographs. They are gorgeous as are the sheep and Hank. It did snow up here, but was only around for about 20 hours. Now it is dull and chilly.

See you one of these days?

Alice said...

Great capture of the “Board of Directors”. I notice they all have their backends facing you!!!! It shows who’s boss at the Punkin’s Patch!
The two unnamed buddies look to be Graham and Keebler. Love the colorful background to grace those wonderful sheep :-)

Pam said...

Mia looks so healthy-glad to see it. Renny looks, um, VERY healthy! You go, girl!

Annette said...

Brett and I drove by a beautiful sheep farm yesterday that so reminded me of your place. There is something so peaceful about sheep in green fields.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Your pictures are postcard perfect and what I love about spring, and sheep too--Who knew they were so photogenic? Okay, I didn't! :-)

dibear said...

Love all the red buds and the naked sheep! :)

Our hillsides are covered with red buds and wild dogwoods.

Anchor Cottage said...

The Red Buds are beautiful!!

Terry said...

Unbelievably beautiful.

Ed said...

Fantastic shots, Mia is a bit spotty but cute as a button. That last shot needs to be framed and put up in the wool room and I think I see 11 in the gang..:-))

Marcy said...

Love all these pictures. The blossoms are so beautiful--the enture farm looks idyllic.

small farm girl said...

I love seeing the color of the sheep under all of their wool. Just beautiful!

Far Side of Fifty said...

What a wonderful backdrop for your friends..they look so great with the green grass and the flowering Red buds..they are so pretty:)

kenleighacres.com said...

Thank you for the beautiful spring photos! We have been so cold and gray here. Love the picture of Hank with the sheep behind him.

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