Sunday, November 16, 2008

Silent Sunday

















13 comments:

Garrett808 said...

you have an eye for photos that is for SURE! Love them all!

goatgirl said...

I love the photos. I s that guinea feathers?

Eve said...

This was so fun Tammy! I love the guinea feathers!!! Great photos all!!

sugarcreekstuff said...

You have such wonderfully unusual looking animals. Does that one sheep/goat have 4 horns?

I left an e mail message for you.

Sharrie said...

In the case of your photos, silence really is golden!

country girl said...

Sunday is a great day for silence. Love the sheep's many horns.

kenleighacres said...

Great pictures! Is that Lawrence? If so, he is looking really nice!

Ishtar said...

Wow, AMAZING pictures!

And by the way, Sheba the Rhodesian sends special Sheba-greetings to Sheba the Akbash!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

So many beautiful photos. I especially liked the feathers photos and your sweet dog's photo, and the twin bears. Cute!

~Lisa
New Mexico

Wrensong Farm said...

Yes, Goatgirl, those are guinea feathers.:)

Sugarcreekstuff, that is a Jacob sheep ram, Jacobs will have anywhere from 2 to 6 horns. They are a primitive sheep.

Yes, Shannon, that is Lawrence. My only misgiving is that one of his side horns is growing in towards his face.

Esther, I have finally gotten around to posting a blog entry on my Sheba. :)

I need orange said...

Wow. Nice shots! Love the barberry. And guineas ... so strange and prehistoric looking....

Dawn said...

You have such beauty at your farm, and more impressively, the eye to see and share it. Thank you.

patchworkfibers said...

Great pictures!