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Taken at a place called Burrembeet, near Ballarat in Victoria Australia. Pentax K200D, 55mm Lens1611 views 17/8/13
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LOL! That was prolly where the lake was!!! :)) Great shot!
No lake there Di, thanks for great comment!!
– Kerry Hill
Very good! Cannot believe all those eyes are looking at the camera!
Thanks heaps Richard, yes they were real good sheep!!
Pretty cool capture!
Thanks heaps, Mark!!
Great shot Kerry,very original lol I love sheep
Thanks so much, Karina!! I like sheep too!!
Its like a sheep version of ‘Village of the Damned’! Keep away! :) Great image!
HAHA I like that Kerry!! Thanks heaps!!
A nice country shot Kerry. They look as if they would like to get to the longer grass on the other side of the fence. Feed looks very sparse on their side.
Thanks very much Trish, no they did’nt have much feed, we chatted to the farmer who told us they had to be hand fed as well!
great pic, the one’s at the back seem a bit shy, almost “sheepish” ;0)
HAHA thanks so much for stopping by, Steve!!
Poor Baa BaasThey’re looking at the grass on the other side of the fence and saying “Feee-eee-eed Meee-eee-eee” but then sheep are always saying that! lolGood one! Chookas! ♥
Thanks so very much adgray!!
Its like a sheep version of ‘Village of the Damned’! Keep away!LOL Mr E have you not seen “Black Sheep” ?? lol
This is an engaging photo, Kerry. I can never get this close to sheep – they always take off. Are you the Sheep Whisperer by any chance? :)
HAHA good one Darren, no not a sheep whisperer!! They were just very co-operative sheep!! Thanks heaps for the great comment!!