Saturday, March 28, 2015

Loads of lamb photos

Friday morning I tried to get some close-ups of the boys' noggins without much success. At any rate, neither one has any sign of horn material; instead, both have divots where horn buds would be. That's a double-score for this polled Shetland breeder. (Oh, and happy first-week birthday, Belfast and Boston!)

Since it was a blessed (and busy) home-day for me, it was a pasture-day for the ewes and lambs. Vienna's girls continue to be the more active pair. I thought of shooting video, but I would have been panning back and forth so rapidly to keep them in frame during their strafing runs that I would have made us all dizzy. Instead, I snapped a couple not-great action shots,
plus some stills.
(Bree is the one with the light "wash" on the left side of her chest.) You can see that the girls also have divots on their heads where horn buds would be.

Yes, I still have other sheep. ;-)  Blaise hiked her skirt up yesterday.
Apparently she thinks this year's lambs are hogging the spotlight, and decided to grab some of it back with slightly risqué behavior! Ha!

That's it for Friday from . . .




7 comments:

Kim said...

They're so cute!

Primroses Attic said...

Love the pics, They are beutiful.
Rosezeeta.

thecrazysheeplady said...

So cute!

Rain said...

The beauty and innocence really moves me, what a wonderful addition to your life. I'm envious! :)

Mary Ann said...

Oh my, the LAMBS! So very sweet!

Kelly said...

Great, you have a flasher at your place!!! The lambs look wonderful.

Nancy Kay said...

The lamb pictures are adorable! They look rambunctious, but so sweet.