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Tag Archives: sheep
It was the last day of October. It was foggy. It was cold. It was wet. It was gloomy. But these sheep in Žabljak in Montenegro didn’t seem to mind.
On the plain you see the so-called valley sheep, while the mountain sheep are grazing halfway up on the side of the mountains. Now in winter they are slowly making their way down where they will set up camp close … Continue reading
Isla del Sol in Lake Titicaca has not only the famous Bay of Pigs, but also a secret Bay of Sheep. With a view like this, I bet the wool produced by these sheep is extra cozy.
These sheep even have their own island. (Photograph taken on the South Downs Way in England.)