It is interesting how the B&W changes the focus of the photos. These are great and I love the "no sheeps allowed sign":)
Perfect! By the way, Hank was in one of my dreams last night, I was driving up a driveway and he was in the middle of the road and I had to stop for him. Tell him he's famous enough to be a dream dog!
Crisp, great light! Nice subject matter. I give you extra points.
Great pics, love Hank on his lookout, on duty.
I think you see more in black and white -- or at least different things-- than you do in color. The black and white faces are wonderful.Hank is so handsome!In the last photo, that sheep has one of those "I just ate the canary" smiles!
Great shots, love Hanks sign. Do they actually pay heed to the masters relm?? :-)
Lovely clear shots. Hank on the lookout is great.
Terrific shots. :)
I love them all!! Great shots!
Ohhh love Hank! ;)
Great photos! Love your sheep and adore Hank!!
Beautiful pics as always. And yes, they get extra credit from me at least! :) Hank looks to be King of all he surveys!
These are such good shots. The last one is my favorite. It looks as though the sheep is smiling. Sweet.
Hank makes me smile.
extra points AND a gold star!
I think you should get extra points, if we get to see some extra photos--I really enjoyed them today!!
Color me happy to see those black and white captures :-)
hehe the faces on those sheep made me giggle, so cute!
loved the sign board stuff, smart Hank!!
That sheep in the last pic looks to be smiling and looking very content :-)
Whoops!! I deleted my comment above-- I was still logged in on my school blog!I usually favor color shots - but the B & W of the different size sheep looking at the camera is nice --- for B&W.Guess it's just because I'm old and didn't get color until high school. Before that-- we had no choice.
Your animals look great in black & white!
Love Hanks sign..Black and White is an art..you did good!:)
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