Sheep are from Venus and Goats from Mars

by Charles Stirton April. 22, 2007 5093 views

Sheep are ubiquitous in Wales and parts of England.

Here is a selection of a number of different breeds of sheep. Often likened to measles in the landscape sheep are more intelligent than most people imagine. An ewe can recognise its lamb out of a flock of hundreds of lambs just by its call, and scientists have shown that sheep are adept at navigating mazes. Goats are more cautious than sheep and rather difficult to photograph in the wild. I find dusk the best time to photograph both sheep and goats.

Feral goat at Burrington Coombe, near Blagdon, North Somerset

Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales

Lambs near Sherborne, Dorset, England

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Krystyna Knypl 12 years, 4 months ago

:)))

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Zsã³Fi 12 years, 5 months ago

God! I have never seen before sheeps in that position. They are very very calm , nice capture :)

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