sheepish shots : gossiping across the fence

Posted by
DULCIE (Danville, CA, United States) on 8 September 2010 in Animal & Insect and Portfolio.

San Ramon, CA ~ seen on the sheep farm near home

NIKON D90 1/160 second F/5.6 ISO 640 450 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Leanne from Victoria, Australia

love it, gossiping in the sheep pen.

8 Sep 2010 5:21am

rem_la from Villiers, France

il fera un bon méchouie !

8 Sep 2010 6:00am

Mhelene from Paris, France

Superb portrait of the sheeps ! I like very much the tones of these photos !

8 Sep 2010 6:11am

Seraphine from San Francisco, United States

are there boy sheep? there must be.
he has interesting eyes. assuming it is a he.
i wonder what he was before he became a sheep.

8 Sep 2010 6:17am

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

...have you seen the new ram? He's just gorgeous!...Lovely shot!

8 Sep 2010 6:24am

@CElliottUK: That's just what I heard them'd ya know ? Thanks ! ;-)

KriKridesign from Cully, Switzerland

Oh Dulcie, I love your sheeps, so funy...

8 Sep 2010 6:35am

Cruz from exurbia, United States

are we a nation of sheep???

8 Sep 2010 6:38am

@Cruz: For a few days you will think so by the looks of my blog ! ;-)

Sophie from France

pret à tondre !

8 Sep 2010 6:43am

Phil from Sausset les Pins, France

L'oeil un peu triste , à cause de la barrière ? Belle photo, Phil.

8 Sep 2010 6:45am

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

I would like to see the look of the sheeps on the other side of the fence ... the tender look which is closer to me. A very tender and moving scene Dulcie! Best regards... Adela

8 Sep 2010 7:48am

Thea from Leeuwarden, Netherlands

Reminds me of Paris Hilton somehow...this clever eyelook!!...let's gossip:))

8 Sep 2010 8:45am

Christine from Duns, United Kingdom

Just love your sheep series, the pale blue hew gives it a real edge.

8 Sep 2010 9:24am

Sarah from Suisse, Switzerland

Great cropping here and the sheep is lovely!!

8 Sep 2010 9:24am

Marcie from Newton, United States

Dontcha ever wonder what they're saying??Love the colors in this one.

8 Sep 2010 11:55am

MARIANA from Waterloo, Canada

Excellent shot, Dulcie ! I love that you left it without too much processing ! Looks very natural :)

8 Sep 2010 12:56pm

k@ from Paris, France

I'm totally fan of those tones, i don't know how you got those so special beige-blues, they are awesome !

8 Sep 2010 1:07pm

Marleen from Doesburg, Netherlands

Gossiping and eating grass is all they do...such a nice uncomplicated life...;-))))
Great title:-DD

8 Sep 2010 1:12pm

PATRICK from miramas, France

just 5*****

8 Sep 2010 2:08pm

Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Ah it's ewe again!

8 Sep 2010 3:54pm

@Nigel: Good One ! ;-)

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

a great work in this sheeps portrait !!
kiss !

8 Sep 2010 3:56pm

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

They are telling stories of sheep:)) A bêêêêêêêêle image! Good day.

8 Sep 2010 4:20pm

joemulligan from burnsville, nc, United States

Lovely light here on the pelts and the baricade.....

8 Sep 2010 4:28pm

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Great shot ;)

8 Sep 2010 5:50pm

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

I think this is a rather trusting face, although I detect a slight sheepish expression. Whatever this one has told you...I'd take it iwth a grain of salt.
This shot makes me smile...thank you for that :)

8 Sep 2010 8:41pm

Richard from Duns, United Kingdom

Lovely tones and colours, really nice.

8 Sep 2010 8:57pm

Nina from Hamburg, Germany

What a splendid portrait, this is a beautiful series of these cute sheep, great composition and such beautiful details!

9 Sep 2010 3:47am

Magda from Vancouver, Canada

hehehe I enjoy this series! cute and fun

10 Sep 2010 2:45pm

Ann from Canada from United States

This sheep looks like its thought-balloon would read: Oh my Lord, here we go again.

13 Sep 2010 9:19pm

1/160 second
ISO 640
450 mm (35mm equiv.)