Thursday, 14 August 2008

Sky Watch


Winter Feeding.
Swaledale sheep in a lonely part of Northern England.
More photos here.

13 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice. I like to see photos like this one of the work people have to do to keep their farm animals alive and well.

Nice photography.

Abraham

Julie said...

I have to agree with Abe: I like to watch people going about their daily job when they have such an interesting. And they do it under the same sky as I do mine. Nice shot.

Dancin' Fool said...

I really like this shot; full of movement!

Charli and me said...

What a great photo!

Carletta said...

I like seeing things I wouldn't usually see - this is wonderful!

Tommy V said...

very nice sky and love the sheep in the foreground

Kelly said...

I agree with everyone else! I enjoy seeing the sheep and everyday life with our gorgeous sky watching over us! Well done!!

Berit said...

Beautiful!!

Marit - "Som Mine Dager Er" said...

What a great photo. City people don't see much of this, so I enjoyend the moment ;-)

Raven said...

Lovely photo and something you (well I) don't see often. That one little sheep in the center of the picture looks kind of skinny and not quite as fluffy and furred as the others. I worry about him/her.

SandyCarlson said...

Lovely photo, to be sure! Those sheep look like a wild and woolly bunch.

~~Randi~~ said...

I really love this as I dont see sheeps everyday:) Great job - have a nice weekend.

Arija said...

Very pretty sheep, I haven't met the breed before. Of the British breeds, we have a small flock of Leicesters, Borders and Suffolks, but mainly Border x Merinos. Feeding is achoretough both winter and summer here.

Nice to meet another farmer on the skywatch run.