A Few of the Local Ladies

We use a sheep flock here at Sea Ranch as a way of managing our fuel load (dry grasses and other natural combustibles).  Once a year they make their way around to our meadow and munch away for a couple of days before moving on.  I haven’t photographed them in a few years and, quite frankly, they were so noisy it was hard to ignore them.  So I took my camera out back and had a fun afternoon watching these lovely ladies at work.

They really have such unique faces and expressions it’s hard to pass up sharing their unique beauty with the rest of the world.  These are just a few of the little lovelies who shared our meadow for a day or two.  They moved this morning and I miss them already, although their scent still seems to linger.  Such is life in paradise!

Sea Ranch Sheep

Just another pretty face

Such a pretty face

Sea Ranch Fire Control

Equipment: Nikon D3s; Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8 lens, monopod

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One Response to A Few of the Local Ladies

  1. Chris Wendt says:

    Beautiful!
    …and interesting!

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