Monday, March 21, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: New Photos from an Old Year Part Three - A Look Back at Lambing Season 2010

I carry my camera with me everywhere around the farm and snap thousands of photos each year, most of which never make it up on these pages. Back in early January I shared a two part, random assortment of personal favorites still sitting in my 2010 monthly 'to post' files:

Part three was supposed to immediately follow, but then puppy madness struck, and I totally forgot about it. Since we're gearing up for Lambing Season 2011 to start next week (Joe is down readying the barn as I type this), I figure it's now or never for this cute look back. The rest of the photos (I couldn't narrow it down any further) should be up in a day or two. Enjoy!
























13 comments:

  1. Great pictures of the lambies! I really enjoyed the dose of cuteness today!

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  2. Thank you for the lamb fix. I needed that.

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  3. All so adorable-my favorites though are the ones with Bear and Bear and Daisy looking on and smiling as if this is also their favorite time of year.

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  4. Nice pics you got here! Good thing the dogs did'nt eat the newly born lamb =)Anyways these pictures made me want to take a vacation at my grandmas farm. Nice post!

    Cheers!
    Alex

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  5. They are so gorgeous. We're looking forward to our annual Lambing Live t.v. series which starts in the UK soon! x

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  6. Lambing season is one of my favorites times of the year (because of your awesome pictures). Can't wait!

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  7. Just wonderful. Like the comment above, I loved the pictures of the dogs right in the midst of the Moms and Lambs

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  8. oh my goodness, the one with Bear cleaning up the new born lambs right next to mommy. thank you for sharing!

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  9. I love lambing season! Such sweet photos.

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  10. How cute! My only baby coming this year (alpaca cria) won't be born until August, so I'll have to live vicariously through everyone else's babies for awhile!

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  11. I have a question - is the occurrence of twins/triplets due to the breed of sheep or the nutrition? They are so adorable!

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  12. Aw those chocolate chip lambs are just gorgeous!

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