1. Jo, a whimsical scene with which to start the day! 🙂

    Their curious gazes remind me some of the creatures we’ve been meeting by our home away from home in Bulgaria. (Lots of goats, horses and cows here!)

  2. I too find one shot a hard call. It’s one of my blogging challenges when I go home – shot of the week, or one-shot Wednesday or something minimalist.

    This one shot is a beauty: I love the almost-but-not-quite horizontal lines of your composition. After a week with the twins I had to resist the urge to say “Baaa” when I saw those sheep.

    1. I’ll sing the nursery rhyme with you, Meg 🙂 I’m chasing my tail a little bit this week. Why is it that some weeks go faster than others?
      If I just posted one shot on a regular basis, I’d find myself going down the digital route, seeking perfection. Because there’s usually a raft of them, they always have to speak for themselves. Is that another way of saying I’m lazy? 🙂
      Hope all’s well with you.

  3. Intriguing for sure. Cute sheep. They remind me of Scotland and New Zealand… while driving across the beautiful countrysides one always comes across so may sheep grazing.

      1. ‘hahaha’ – I don’t believe sheeps just hanging around – while biking in the moorland – North Yorkshire Moor, I start thinking those sheeps have a master plan they follow… 😀 😀 😀

  4. Great choice, Jo! 🙂 I never knew there’re so many different sorts of sheep until I got to the Lakes. Friendly, curious and the odd angry ones and then again the cutest you have ever seen. I’m sure Paula likes it 🙂 Have a lovely day.
    Greetings from Norway, Dina, Siri and Selma

    1. By her own admission, Paula is sometimes fonder of animals than people, Dina. 🙂 And as she will be away on holiday next week I wanted to share a little something 🙂
      I should be much busier than I am, but that will come later too! Thanks, Dina. Have a lovely day too!

  5. A single shot from you?! 🙂 I am loving the idea of you going minimalist. This photo keeps calling me. Do you think they have sheep in Tatry? 🙂 And, thank you, Jo, for this gift. This Thursday is just getting better and better 🙂

    1. There’s a sequel 🙂 It’s bubbling away, dying to be told. You know I can’t just do one, Paula, but I tried. After all, Thursday’s Special, isn’t it? Especially when you’re so close to going counting mountain sheep. 🙂

  6. This takes me way back to when we had milk goats. They were always interested in everything that was moving near or far.They would also bleat when they recognized my mother.or me.

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