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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4395 on: 11:19:39, 06/03/21 »
Lovely photo GinAndPlatonic  O0 


Were they staring at something strange?  :D
It is weird , animals always take a second look...must be my plus fours.. :crazy2: .


Mum looks a bit demonic but the other 2 are cute.
Not many sheep near us, I must plan a walk that has a chance of seeing some lambs.

I never get over the joy of seeing new born lambs . Always a good sign of things to come...I believe this year we have more to look forward to .  :)
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4396 on: 12:04:49, 06/03/21 »

I never get over the joy of seeing new born lambs . Always a good sign of things to come...


I think of it a sign of good things to come: with new potatoes, peas, and mint sauce.

Jac

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4397 on: 12:43:36, 06/03/21 »
Demonic sheep with the sign of the cross on it ;D


Plus fours eh? no wonder they were looking  :D
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4398 on: 20:44:51, 06/03/21 »
Just enjoyed a superb leg of lamb, minted crab apple jelly from last autumn to round off a magic combination of flavours. My lambing started beginning of January, mostly indoors, so the sight of the scrawny little bodies we drew out of the labouring ewes, energetically stonking in the spring sunshine is a sight to lift spirits.
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GinAndPlatonic

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Escapees
« Reply #4399 on: 20:53:33, 06/03/21 »

I came face to face with a couple of escapees that had slipped under the electric fence . Looked like trouble makers to me . !




I felt a tad like the pied piper .







« Last Edit: 20:59:19, 06/03/21 by GinAndPlatonic »
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Dodgylegs

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Re: Escapees
« Reply #4400 on: 21:09:12, 06/03/21 »
I came face to face with a couple of escapees that had slipped under the electric fence . Looked like trouble makers to me . !
I felt a tad like the pied piper .


Got a couple of these trouble maker types nearby... cute though!


Pied piper reminds me of the time walking Tyne Way when sheep from three fields came trotting across to meet me, guess they thought it was feed time.


Enjoying your photos  O0

Jac

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4401 on: 08:34:25, 07/03/21 »
Wee Hairies like those are always trouble - super cute :)


Just enjoyed a superb leg of lamb, minted crab apple jelly from last autumn to round off a magic combination of flavours.
Minted crab apple jelly  - perfect with lamb. I thought I was the only only who still made it.
So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4402 on: 08:44:55, 18/03/21 »
Minted crab apple jelly  - perfect with lamb. I thought I was the only only who still made it.


Now you are giving me ideas, Jac. Made some crab apple and rose hip jelly last autumn, and this year we have planted a crab apple tree.
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4403 on: 11:54:58, 11/04/21 »
An unexpectedly nice morning in Cheshire.



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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4404 on: 08:49:00, 12/04/21 »
Brrr  but beautiful.


(dark, gloomy and raining Exeter)

So many paths yet to walk, so little time left

MkPotato

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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4405 on: 17:34:24, 12/04/21 »
Brrr  but beautiful.


(dark, gloomy and raining Exeter)
We seem to be lucky up north. Today was stunning. Went to the Lakes.



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Re: Escapees
« Reply #4406 on: 19:37:01, 12/04/21 »
I came face to face with a couple of escapees that had slipped under the electric fence . Looked like trouble makers to me . !




You canít help but love them!

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Re: Escapees
« Reply #4407 on: 19:37:48, 12/04/21 »
Duplicate (sorry!)
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4408 on: 19:56:08, 12/04/21 »
We seem to be lucky up north. Today was stunning. Went to the Lakes.


Great photo of the classic view. What time did you take it?
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Re: My best pic of the day
« Reply #4409 on: 20:27:24, 12/04/21 »
Thanks. Just after 8:00. Wasdale is unbelievably beautiful from that angle.


This is the down view from Kirk Fell.