Friday, May 29, 2020

FENCES AROUND THE WORLD

If you would like to see other fences around the world, or join in with your own, you will find the link here. Thank you for hosting Gosia.
Sorry I am late joining in but I am still hobbled with my laptop, which isn't working properly yet.  Hubby is doing wonders and is almost at a solution.  However, I am plodding on with my iPad in the meantime, and yes I love my iPad but there are things on there that I can't do.  I will be slow visiting your blogs but hope after the weekend to be back to normal.  Thanks so much for your comments.  I will catch up eventually.
I am continuing on from yesterday's blog post.  These photos belong to my niece and nephew in Germany.  They visited another flock of sheep after sheering their own three, as the owners told them there were new lambs to see.  As there were fences in most of the photos, I definitely had to put these on today for Gosia's meme.
Adorable!
This will be the end of my sheep photos for a while, but there will be more eventually I'm sure. Another big thank you to my niece and nephew for letting me share their photos.

A lot of sad things going on right now that are absolutely heartbreaking, and my heart, thoughts and prayers go to everyone who is having to deal with them.  Wishing everyone peace, good health and love for one another.




34 comments:

  1. It is a difficult time but your lovely photos give us something positive to look at.

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    1. Thank you Laurie, I am happy you enjoyed them. My niece took these great photos.

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  2. exciting place to visit and stay a while...
    thank you for sharing beautiful photos

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    1. Thank you Tanza, I have only explored this part of Germany on my visits there, and it is very beautiful.

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  3. Thank you for the beautiful distraction from the horror.
    Stay well,stay safe.

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    1. We all need these distractions right now EC. I'm glad this takes your mind away for a while.

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  4. Goodness, this house in the hill!!!

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    1. It looks like quite a hike doesn't it Ginny? :)

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  5. I am moved to tears at recent events, heartbreaking. Thanks for the lovely photos.

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    1. Thank you Christine and you are very welcome. Still in tears for what is going on out there.

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  6. I love the lamb1 That hillside looks like West Virginia.

    Often, the internet makes me cry. I have to take breaks.

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    1. Thank you Linda, your first comment reminds me that I need to explore more of West Virginia. I have watched the news all day and am finally taking a break.

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  7. That is a massive hill and nice photos.
    Finally managed to get you added to my blog roll, tried a few days in a row and it wouldn't work.
    Hope your computer troubles are fixed soon..

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    1. Hello Margaret, yes a massive hill :) Thank you for adding me to your blog roll, really appreciate that. My laptop seems to be working but it is very old and I suspect I will have more problems. I'll take what I can get though.

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  8. Super są te owieczki. Miłego dnia:)

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    1. Dziękuję Ci! Życzę ci również miłego dnia :)

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  9. Hello, love the photos of the sheep, they are so cute. Pretty views of the property. Take care! Have a happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you Eileen, I'm happy you enjoyed them. I had a very nice weekend thank you. I wish you a continued happy week :)

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  10. the sheep are wonderful to me, and let me say that is some kind of pasture, i am not sure i could walk up and down and all around where they are but i am betting they LOVE it.

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    1. I saw a lot of sheep in my old home in England, and my sister had a friend who lived on a farm where we visited the new lambs. Wonderful memories :)

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  11. Lovely photos and all this reminds me of the song from the Sound of Music - High on a hilltop lives -------- Thanks for all your comments, stay safe and have a great week ahead.

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    1. Thank you for the smile Margaret, it does remind me of that movie. I wish for you the same.

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  12. Beautiful black sheep! Love these pictures during these awful times.

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    1. Hi Gigi, thank you, I'm glad they helped :)

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  13. Hi Denise,
    What a wonderful old building sitting proudly on the hillside to give cover to the sheep as and when required.. Always good to see lambs.
    You both stay safe,
    John

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    1. Hi John, thank you and you stay safe too :)

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  14. That lamb is just so cute...I have never been around sheep. Other than seeing them at fairs or in passing.

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    1. He is isn't she Rose? I haven't seen any little lambs in a long time :)

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  15. I have enjoyed seeing these photographs, thank you very much :)

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thank you Jan, I'm so glad. All the best to you too :)

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