Friday, July 19, 2013

Camera Critters

I want to thank my niece in Germany for sending me my Camera Critters post this week.  At the moment she is looking after three mountain sheep which are kept in the back garden.  As you can see it is very steep and extremely difficult to mow. The sheep keep the grass nice and short.   

Let me introduce you to Asterix, Oblix and Nero.  My niece and her fiance have become very fond of them.  I think I would too.






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Camera Critters

23 comments:

  1. adorable! and they even have plenty of rocks to climb upon!

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  2. awesome critters, i would never leave these beautiful animals!!

    have a happy weekend and don't melt ;)

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  3. We had sheep on our farm as well . Thanks for sharing awesome photos ! Have a good day !

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  4. Denise, Love these sheep photos. I just love any kind of animal. It is nice not to have to cut the lawn. Thanks for sharing, have a happy weekend!

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  5. What stunning animals. Thank you to you and to your niece.

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  6. Interesting sheep. They look similar to our state animal, the Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep. ♥♫

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  7. What great critters, and that's quite the slope on which they live!

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  8. So engrossed and innocent they look..lovely critters!!

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  9. Hey there lady! I was clicking on commenters' names to see who they were....and see you....I think when I deleted my blog months ago, I forgot to follow you again! So glad you commented so I found you again!!!!! Yeah!

    Love the photos of the rams...goats....whichever they are! So glad to find you again!!!

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  10. Hi Denise...They are wonderful!! love the horns!!
    So interesting to see other places in the world!! Love the whole area where those lucky critters get to live!!
    Grace

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  11. So much easier than trying to cut it. Lovely photos, Diane

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  12. Wow! they are having a great time.

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  13. Now that is a cool way to keep the grass in check.

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  14. Great shots of nature's gems from your niece ~ Wonderful! - Happy Weekend to you ^_^

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  15. These characters are adorable! Love their spiralled head gear! And such a beautiful hillside on your own property!

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  16. That is surely some garden Denise. I can't imagine having to cut that grass but I'll bet the sheep don't mind keeping it in check.

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  17. Great Pictures. Beautiful sheep.
    My daughter lived in Germany for a while. Beautiful Country, I certainly more than enjoyed my time there and she did too.
    betsy

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  18. Love the sheep and the thought of them "mowing" and "fertilizing" the lawn! Looks like a "win/win" for everyone!

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  19. I still can't figure out how to tell a goat and a sheep apart. These fellows are awfully cute.

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