A great photo!It looks like your lambs are running to join the flock in the Harley Davidson commercial currently being aired?
that is just awesome. Look at those babies
WONDERFUL photo! We've got Shetland lambs dropping every day and I'm having a hard time getting lamb-race pictures because they don't gather until dusk and it's too dark for my camera! I have a link to your blog on mine.
This is the best photo ever!
This made me smile! i just love baby's!
Were they running TO or from something? Our kids run like that when they hear the feed buckets clank in the storage area!
i think one of them broke a window playing sandlot baseball--and they're all runnin' before farmgirl figures out which one did the hitting!
What a great photo! You lead such a charmed life compared to this city girl. :)Ari (Baking and Books)
Such a contrast from your sleepy cat in the last post! They look like they're having all kinds of fun.
As soon as I opened your site I started to giggle! They is sooo cute!
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What a wonderful site, all those lambs running and having fun together. Thanks SO much for sharing with us...
This is a fantastic action shot of the lambs. Your site is really interesting and the photographs are stunning. I will be visiting again soon. Sara from farmingfriends in the UK
Upon first glance, I was afraid your caption was going to read "Running from the Big Bad Wolf". Glad it's just recess! Love it!
From a girl who once chased pigs, rabbits and cows in the Missouri Ozarks, I can tell you, it is more fun to observe than in being the chaser. Once I did these things in a pouring rain. I had a hard time keeping my critters in their pens.
What a wild photo! They look like kangaroos! Love it.
All that cuteness in one place. They look like they are running to the sheep buffet. Have to get there before the elder folks!
That is just a little moment of heaven on earth, thank you for putting such delightful images online!
They really DO bounce! I love it!
I am so sorry that it has taken me this long to comment on this picture. It is just so wonderful, my heart was skipping all over the place. You know how I feel about little sheeps and to see a whole bunch of them jumping about like this .......AGGGGGHHHHH!!!I can hardly stand it!!!Too. Much. Cute.Cherry xxx
I think I missed this photo from last year.this is just the best photo and I know that it must capture the feelings of the season.
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