Meet the “Flockers”

Attitude The Dancer Stately Shy

 

Well it’s that time of year again when Sea Ranch’s local sheep flock makes its appearance in the meadow behind our house.  I just can’t pass up the opportunity to capture a few of these lovelies, especially right after lambing.  These images pretty much speak for themselves.  The flock continually moves through the Ranch munching unwanted fuel for fires.  It’s cheaper than mowing and it adds a little fertilizer back to the soil.

Equipment:  Nikon D810, Nikkor 70-200mm f2.8 lens, Monopod.

P. S. Those of you who routinely follow my blog are probably wondering where I’ve been for so long. Well, blame it on my really bad judgment in loading Windows 10 on my PC.  It totally destabilized my machine and made photo editing impossible.  I finally bit the bullet and switched to an iMac and haven’t looked back.  If you’re thinking about updating to Windows 10…don’t!

P.P.S.  Anyone want to buy a PC…cheap?

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3 Responses to Meet the “Flockers”

  1. Nancy Carroll says:

    Love the sheep at Sea Ranch. You captured their personalitis quite well. And the babies are the best. So full of perky energy and life. Aloha♡
    Nancy

  2. Chris Wendt says:

    Phil, as usual, excellent shots and high interest.
    The other day, Windows 10 loaded itself on our PC, and my tech guy at work said there was no going backward. We don’t know how it happened, and I was fearful that PS would not work, However, I was able to use PS. We were struggling to learn the new layout and functionality of W10, and noticed that when Ella came over, sat down, and went right to work, switching user to her ID and logging- on, like there was nothing new in the world. She’s 7-1/2 years old!

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