These photos say, ‘England’ to me. The gorgeous countryside and the sheep are so beautiful and relaxing to look at. Our thanks to our friend, Angie in Devon England for taking these for us! These were taken near Teignmouth at a farm.
I love sheep in the pasture….wouldn’t mind having this myself to tend
Happy sheep….they even have lovely water in the background!
I see myself in a comfy chair just sitting and relaxing in this setting
This is my favorite photo….just love the sheep, the gate and even the bird!
I come from a huge city, I am use to having 2 major zoos and an aquarium. I have seen everything from dolphins to beluga whales to koala and giraffe. My new hometown has a zoo that you can probably walk through in 15 minutes if you take your time. Last year however something wonderful happened. Two Kodiak bear cubs were abandoned and rescued in Alaska and somehow our tiny zoo got together big companies with money to build a state of the art habitat for them….the kind of things the ‘big name’ zoos have. Their habitat includes two huge areas connected by a bridge that they can walk over and people can walk under. One has a small pool and the other has trees and grass and a huge swimming hole in good weather. As they were just lazing around the other day, my friend just took this one photo for me. But here they are, the stars of the Wildwood Park and Zoo….Munsey and Boda. They were named after two of the men who rescued them. Sometimes their IS a happy ending to stories 🙂
I’m NOT the biggest fan of ‘The Sound of Music’ having watched it WAY too many times, but when I saw these photos, all I could think of was the verse from one of the songs, ‘wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings’. Ok so maybe no moon here but definitely wild geese that fly! These photos were taken by my friend with his iPhone by his house in Wisconsin. Enjoy!
My friend was out one day and from his van saw this white deer in the distance! I have never had the pleasure of seeing one but am thankful that he and his iPhone were able to capture these photos. These were taken in North Central Wisconsin.
Quite a rare and beautiful sight!
Sadly, deer of this color don’t generally live long being easy targets for hunters. Still, one can always hope this one beats the odds!