Wednesday, 28 May 2008

ABC Wednesday


Over on
Mrs. Nesbitts' place we are concentrating on photos of S objects. Today I took a photo of a Swaledale Sheep. These are a hardy breed, many found in the Swaledale area of North Yorkshire.Characteristics include round, curly horns,and a black face. As you can see it's lambs are growing and about six weeks old.

6 comments:

Sharon said...

This is a wonderful WS post! They are pretty creatures and i enjoyed the info on them.

Jules said...

Sweet..I would like to be out in a field just hangin' out

mrsb said...

How sweet! Thanks for sharing!

Powell River Books said...

What wonderful green grass. I am sure they love munching it all day long. Come see my stump pictures. - Margy

ellen b said...

An S post with Sheep in Spring is wonderful. I so enjoyed seeing all the sheep in the Lake District when we were there in 2006 in May. So sweet to see the baby lambs...

Nydia said...

Such a sweet photo. The sheep reminds me of that old cartoon's sheep. Lovely lambs too.
Kisses from Nydia.