Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Evening









More from The Training Center the other evening.

22 comments:

The Dancing Donkey said...

That Yin & Yang sheep is just too much!:) Great pictures as usual.

Tombstone Livestock said...

wow, that's some black eye, LOL, too cute.

Tombstone Livestock said...

wow, that's some black eye, LOL, too cute.

Lori Skoog said...

Sweet and gentle friends.

Doreen said...

SO precious! So happy to have found your blog.

:)Doreen

Alice said...

Lovely photos of very loved sheep. Even the Peacock approves !!!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

So many babies that have to be bottle fed?? Supplimented? Adorable how one lamb wanted to be petted!

thecrazysheeplady said...

The only thing that saved the "petting" lambie from being stolen was she has gotten too big to pick up and run away fast ;-). So, so sweet.

thecrazysheeplady said...

Most of the bottle feds are because they were triplets and it's hard on the mommas to raise three. You can supplement them on the mommas, but it's hard to do with that many and turned out in big fields... This way you know everyone is getting enough to eat.

Ed said...

Great shots, you need a couple Peacocks at Equinox Farms..;-))

Miha Giustina said...

I agree, that is some black eye! What a cute lambie!:-) And equally beautiful peacock.

Susan said...

The photographs, as usual, were beyond stunning. What breed of rooster is that in the third frame? Beautiful! As much as I admire peacocks, if I can't take Guinea fowl, they'd do me in faster. So very many lambies to love. It must be heaven.

Christine said...

Phantom of the pasture? (I hope that is a ram lamb.)


LOVE the peacock shot. We had peacocks when I was a kid. Beautiful things, but loud as can be.

LaColline said...

You are an incredibly talented artist, painting with your camera. Your eye for color and the skill to capture the right balance is breathtaking.
Obviously, I am a fan!!

Yin & Yang lamb got a WoW! out of me and my heart twitched when seeing that sweet cuddling lamb. But the 5th photo, that one just calls to be framed! (...and hung on my wall;-)

DFW said...

You can just see how happy that little petted lamb is. Beautiful pics, as usual.

Deb W said...

Are these Katahdin sheep?

I was at Kathy's yesterday to see the lambies, and got a bit of 'pet me, pet me' from one or two of her sheep too.

Spinners End Farm said...

Is that a brick building in the background that is bulging or a silo? It feels like my eyes are playing tricks on my brain! Great lighting on the peacock!

thecrazysheeplady said...

That's a silo :-).

Katahdins are a good guess, but there's a little bit of everything out there, so could be crosses of all sorts.

Terry said...

Sara, you are the best kind of photographer. Your love comes shining through.

It was a pleasure to turn my calendar today and see that beautiful scene of your farm.

farmlady said...

Your photos are so beautiful.
Thanks for sharing your love of these animals.

Strawberry Lane said...

Ahh I've had my morning cute fix! Your photos are so warm ... what is the secret of your camera settings?

Far Side of Fifty said...

That one lamb with a have white/black face is a cutie! I bet he got an unusual name:)

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