A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
The homeowners association uses that technique here, too. Great shadow, they have much more interesting sheep than used here.Your cruise looks interesting, I need to make time to read in carefully.
I do love the idea of "four-legged lawnmowers"! Beautiful sheep and a terrific shadow shot! Your trip does sound like fun!!Have a great day, Gerald!Sylvia
The sheep is a natural lawn mower! Yet he was happy in his last little pasture, it seems that he is moving a bit reluctantly to his next place of work. A nice take on a beautiful place!
very engaging photo,
Now that's the way to mow grass, cheap fertilizer too.
Talk about being completely 'green'! Great shot!
Great eco-friendly grass control. We need a few sheep on our green acre. I enjoyed seeing your SS!
If you hadn't written "Sheep" I would gave thought it was St. Bernhard... (I rarely enlarge the pictures)
Great shot!Here's my first Shadow Shot Sunday
A great way to cut the grass. Lovely sheep, they look very soft, and cast nice shadows too.
i am the lawn mower in the family...as i love doing it...but i could get into watching sheep grazing as well. great photo!! love all the color.
You couldn't ship those cute lawnmowers out here to Brisbane, could you? Our backyard would truly benefit from their endeavours!
Great post! Sparked lots of fun comments of conversation too! Loved it...I hope you have a great week ahead!~Really Rainey