Friday, 21 April 2017

Mama sheep and lambs in Dutch meadow

Wishing you all a GREAT weekend! I saw lambs in the meadow and tried to photograph them. The sheep were very curious. One came very close with his nose: sniff, sniff ...









Are there sheep in your area too?
Zijn er bij jou in de buurt ook schapen?

Joining Deb's Friday Foto Friends


23 comments:

  1. Ha Aritha, wat 'n leuke serie over de schapen. Ja hoor bij ons in de buurt zijn er volop schapen
    en nu ook lammeren.
    Groetjes kees.

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  2. You got some great photos! I enjoyed this, especially the baby lamb and it's mother. I don't even see sheep around here, but I know of a farm that raises bison near here.

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  3. Very nice photos. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  4. There are few things any prettier than sheep and lambs!!! I love the photos!

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  5. Wonderful photos of sheep. Yes I live in the countryside and there are many farms in the area and sheep. Have a day of blessings my friend.

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  6. What great pics! There are very few sheep in the Dallas metroplex area. One family in Plano still has a farm in the middle of housing developments. To me, driving past the farm and seeing all the animals and especially the baby lambs made me feel happy to just see a part of country in the middle of all the city activity. Unfortunately, I think the farm has finally given in and it will soon be another housing development.

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  7. Oh how cute!! I love their curious little faces. We don't see many sheep here in Florida. maybe it is too hot for them with their wool coats? We have a lot of goats and cattle and horses, however! Thank you for sharing with us. This was really cute.

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  8. We have had some sheep farms around here and may still have some. I love visiting these.

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  9. I've always been fascinated with sheep. Such gentle creatures. I enjoyed your photos. Have a blessed weekend. Thank you for your comment and hymn lyrics on my blog. They brought me to tears.

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  10. Texas is a big area for cattle. Don't know if there are any sheep ranches here. Love the photos you shared.

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  11. Those photos are incredible, very nicely composed. That big sheep definitely has you in its sight.

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  12. Wonderful photos. We have mostly cows near where I live but there are sheep around. We have friends who have them and helped shear them a couple of years ago. Not an easy task for beginners!!!

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  13. Lots of sheep around my area. Love watching them leap around in spring!
    Wonderful photos!

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  14. Awww.... so sweet. There's a few farms with sheep ๐Ÿ‘ nearby.

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  15. Nice photos...you brought a big smile to my face. Love those sheep!

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  16. Lots of lambs here in Scotland. There they are every year, but we always remark on the first time we see a lamb each year!

    Isaiah 40:11, "He will feed his flock like a shepherd: he will gather the lambs with his arm, and carry them in his bosom; he will gently lead those that give suck."

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  17. Wat leuk al die schaapjes.
    Leuk die drinkende bij de moeder.

    Groettie van Patricia.

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  18. Haha wat lief van zo dichtbij :)

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  19. Oh that nosy sheep is so funny! Great photos!
    Happy weekend!

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  20. No sheep around here - wish there were sheep, I'd like them to come sniff me!

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  21. How sweet! Here in my area of New Zealand we have mostly cows but there are a lot of sheep, too. I always make Hubby slow down so I can take photos :)

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  22. We do not have many sheep here Aritha. Some farmers do raise it for wool, mostly artisans that use it to spin yarn. But there are a lot of goats in the area. Goat Cheese is quite popular along with milk and even soap!

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  23. God bless sister Aritha Vermeulen!
    Maranatha!
    Halleluyah!

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