"It is well to remember that the entire population of the universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others." A.Holmes

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Please Let Me Take A Picture!

It is difficult to get pictures of my newborn lambs.
As soon as I appear in the lambing pen with my camera the mamas block their lambs from me by putting themselves between me and the lamb.
A quick side shot with my camera,
then mama steps in.
Baaaaaaaaaa!( Leave my lamb alone!)
Cedar Pond's Thora gave birth to a ewe lamb today. I like her eye patch. It looks like she has blue eyes too. I wonder how many horns she has, they'll be popping out soon.


Anonymous said...

Such adorable pictures, Kathy. I wish you and your family a blessed weekend.

Timi said...

Thank you for these lovely photos!!!!
Have a great weekend!!! :o)

Connie said...

I can't blame Mama for trying to ward off the Paparazzi! haha! Adorable photos, Kathy. :-)

A.K.W. said...

Congrats! I know how hard it is to take pictures of newborn lambs since I have been there but it is just as hard with newborn goats but now I don't have to worry about that anymore though.


Carol............. said...

These make me want to add to our menagerie! They would fit in nicely with our pintos...being spotted and all! LOL

They are simply precious looking but don't think mamma will allow any cuddling up.....

Stella Jones said...

Sooooo pretty, those lambs and mums. I don't have sheep myself but I LOVE looking at other people's. Thank you for sharing.

LindaSue said...

she's a beauty - and with those markings a keeper?

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Beautiful lamb; I love seeing your lambs, meets my lamb need without me having to breed.
Thank you, Kathy. -smile-