Sunday, November 2, 2014

OUR WORLD - The new flock


Guess I can't keep showing off our desert scenery 
all the time
so here, for a change, are our new arrivals 
on the farm

a bit skittish yet


a small mob of Merino sheep to augment our depleted flock

getting curious and taking an interest in their photo-op


the next lot is scheduled for next week.

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22 comments:

  1. how cute! hope they adjust to their new place well!

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  2. Love it. Though I doubt that I would ever tire of desert magic.

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  3. That second photo made me smile how they are all looking at your taking their photo. Wonderful shots Arija, lovely sheep.

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  4. I can see they are going to be good posers!

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  5. Everything looks very green and almost English. I love watching animals getting acquainted with new pastures.

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  6. Beautiful shots and love seeing the flock of sheep.

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  7. They look as though they're settling right in!!! Fun shots for the day, Arija!! Hope your week is off to a great start!!

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  8. all the lovely merino sheep and wool you have it just outside i think you are a lucky soul , greetings from Denmark

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  9. I'd be quite happy with lots more desert scenery ;>]
    but these 4-leggers are very fine indeed !
    And just look at how full the pond [reservoir?] is now !!

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  10. They are so cute! I think they will love their new home.. Thanks for sharing your world, have a happy week!

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  11. Beautiful scenic photos of your farm and the new sheep. They do look curious!

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  12. A very pastoral scene, lovely! (Based on your comment on my blog, I don't think you'd have enjoyed the real submarine I went on in Hawaii, going over 100 feet below the surface and viewing shipwrecks - I'll have to post those photos one day.)

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  13. Great pics. I remember when I was a kid in Utah in the US Mountain West when the sheep would be moved between their winter and summer pastures. It would clog the roads sometimes.

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  14. awwwww they are all looking at you.

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  15. Many of the sheep seemed to be smiling for the camera. lol.

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  16. I see a bit of fine Merino wool here.

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  17. They look pretty comfortable in their new home. ... And why not? All that beautiful green grass and water. Perfect.

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  18. it's been years since i've had a small flock, but i suddenly had such a revisit! thanks

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  19. A lovely...and familiar...scene:) Nice images:)

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  20. Arija,Wow this looks like quite a large flock.. I LOVE sheep. and Merino. do you breed them with Leicester? They have found a wonderful home.. I know they will be happy at your farm.

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