Early morning stroll.


DERYN

Link Posted 27/05/2013 - 20:55

08tiger

Link Posted 28/05/2013 - 08:37
Serene, the only thing I dont like is the slash of red on the sheep.Baa.
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Don.

DERYN

Link Posted 28/05/2013 - 09:44
Thanks Don, yes it was very serene.

It's funny, but without that sheep and his slash of red I think the pic would be so cliche. I think it adds a bit of humour. A bit like the Snowdon sunrise pic I posted below. Without the dark trees,which perhaps look out of place, as indeed they are, they don't belong here, the pic would be cliche. It's the red slash and dark trees that make the pics different for me.

Deryn

tyronet2000

Link Posted 28/05/2013 - 12:02
Ready to cross with a kangaroo to make a wooly jumper Nice image too
Regards
Stan

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brodieshenton

Link Posted 29/05/2013 - 06:19
Nice image but hows the sheep some body part going red.
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DERYN

Link Posted 29/05/2013 - 08:21
Hi Brodie, sheep are marked for lots of reasons for ease of identification. The sheep could be pregnant, it could have been medicated, it might have been recently mated, or it might just be so the farmer can spot it from a distance if it strays or if he needs to find it. This type of paint can last for a few months. Ear marks and tattoos are also used to identify sheep and crayons can be used to identify ewes that have been serviced by a ram.

Thanks for the comment.

tyronet2000

Link Posted 29/05/2013 - 08:46
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... and crayons can be used to identify ewes that have been serviced by a ram.

and by the large smile
Regards
Stan

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Last Edited by tyronet2000 on 29/05/2013 - 08:47
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