Tuesday, August 5, 2014

A Couple Days Late And Always A Dollar Short

Sunday Stills this past week was Faces. Can't pass that one up...even if it's well past Sunday.


PPPP (Popcorn PeePee Pants)


Petunia


Beanie Baby


Crazy Maisie and her big teefers.


One of my all-time favorite chickens.


One of the all-time greatest sheep faces - B. Willard.


Emily and Casper Belly


The cool hair club.


Woolliam


"Why yes, I do have cool hair."


Keebs.  Nobody sleeps cuter.


Cute Buddy...who seems to be perpetually walking through life with un-cool hair and toilet paper stuck to his shoe (or a piece of straw stuck to his nose ;-).



22 comments:

Susan said...

Love the pix and your sense of humor! As a country girl wanna be, I love your blog.

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Andee said...

Did you get a new camera???? Love the pictures!!

Miha Giustina said...

I love Petunia's beautiful colors and her velvety face.

Terry said...

Love every one of those faces!

Alice said...

"I didn't need a shove 'cause I just fell in love with their cutest baby face"

Great captures! Petunia is a classic!
And Keebler still has those beautiful white eyelashes!
I have sheep envy!

Michelle said...

Love them all, especially those big teefers.

Lori Skoog said...

These are great. Now I want to do faces!

small farm girl said...

I'm glad you decided to post these pictures. :-)

Jane B. said...

Swoon!! I just fell in love with your sheeps again.

Tyche's Minder said...

What a great collection of face shots. It's impressive that you can get such good shots without them either running away or coming straight up to check out the camera. I always get a lot of backs and a lot of nose shots. ;)

Juliet Batten said...

I've been looking for a blog with great sheep faces on it, and here I am, straight from Linda's Colarado blog. So I'm sitting here, drawing some sheep smiles for the farmyard quilt that I'm stitching for the new grandchild. Your sheep smiles are just perfect! Thank you.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Great shots

thecrazysheeplady said...

Work to your advantage/set yourself up to succeed taking pictures. If you think about it (or look back), most of my sheep shots are while they are eating or sleeping ;-).

sophy0075 said...

When I see the dudes with the cool hair, Bob Marley starts singing in my head. "One, love, one life, let's get together and feel alllllllll right!"

Susan Mckee-Nugent said...

sophy has it right :) But those faces are just wonderful esp the teefers one :) B Willard...wonderful fleece and face. Love seeing all the horns.

Pam said...

Oh, B. Willard, you take the cake. I still think I could flip you into my lap and cuddle you. At my own peril.

Keechy said...

Loved this post! No wonder sheep have been shown to be so good a recognising faces, both human and sheep ones. They have such distinctive faces themselves!

LannieK said...

What a great set of shots! Keebs :-)
(ps. Where's Mr Photogenic these days... Hank?)

Fiona said...

B Willard could have been the model for the Far Side Cartoon Sheep! What an awesome look he has!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Here's a link to B. Willard as a lamb. Speaking of Far Side :-D.

http://myfavoritesheep.blogspot.com/2010/08/but-im-not-sure-im-ready-to-be-big-boy.html

Ed said...

Excellent shots! The gang...and I do mean gang look great. :-)

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