Sheepish is not their only flavour

There are oh, so many.
Here are just a few.

There’s proud family posing sheep – notice how she manages a slightly narrowed, steely eyed look that says, “I’m watching you, and if you show the slightest sign of doing anything anti-sheepist in the next 5 seconds …

theinfillclicks - Sheep - family group with watchful mum

There’s the ever-present curiosity of the young

theinfillclicks - the curiosity of young lambs

There’s the highly intelligent pose – but also, more often than not, behaving as though they are all members of some de rigueur social network.  Hmm, sounds a little familiar.

theinfillclicks - the questioning sheep

Spot the slightly cocked head and questioning face?  Looks you straight in the eye – all that’s missing is the audible “hmmm?” of her question.

Here we see the ever questing and questioning ears – like butterflies bathing for noise in place of sunshine.

theinfillclicks - an example of group awareness

Left, third in has an individual and amusing look, does she not?  Whilst bottom right, second in seems to have seen me before – probably knows all my bad habits.

But let me leave you with “The Noble Sheep”, heavily pregnant and caught in a moment of magnificent and splendidly proud sheepishness.

theinfillclicks - the noble sheep

No, Im’ not a vegetarian

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2 responses

  1. Lovely pictures, thank you for sharing them

    May 23, 2012 at 2:19 am

    • As there’s more sheep than people round here, it’s always nice when u find time to pay attention to the neighbours. They’re all hill sheep of various crosses. Thanks for your kind comment and for dropping by 😉

      May 23, 2012 at 8:53 am

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