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Marco Vanzo on May 7, 2008

Una magnifica serie di foto !

Gli animali sono sempre soggetti interessanti !

ciao, Marco

Ryan Calhoun on May 7, 2008

It's the black sheep with her three bags of wool! :D

©junebug on May 8, 2008

Ach, wie niedlich! Ich bin total begeistert von deinen neuen Tierbildern, May! Die Tiere habe es bei euch in der Schweiz richtig gut! Liebe Grüße, Anne

Margrit Berger on May 9, 2008

Thank you so much, Marco, Ryan, Hamza and Anne!

My heart is open for the animals, Marco!

Is that a children's verse, Ryan? Have you noticed the lambs' mother's b/w tail and nose? ;)

Yes, Hamza, cute they are!

Ich finde es so schön, dass auch du eine Tierfreundin bist, Anne!

To all my greetings, ciao, liebe Grüsse, May

© AndreasF on May 9, 2008

Da haben wirs ja, das berühmte schwarze Schaf! Wenigstens scheint der Nachwuchs in Ordnung ;-). Schöne Aufnahme!

Gruss Res

Margrit Berger on May 9, 2008

Danke Res! :) Immerhin so ganz schwarz ist das schwarze Schaf denn doch nicht. Und die Kleinen haben auch nicht eine ganz weisse Weste!

Herzliche Grüsse, May

Ryan Calhoun on May 9, 2008

Yes, it's a nursery rhyme, May. :)

Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full.

One for the master, One for the dame, And one for the little boy Who lives down the lane.

Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full.

Margrit Berger on May 10, 2008

I see, Ryan, I've heard it before, but I didn't know anymore the line about the bags. ;)

In connection with the nursery rhyme, I remember [an article, I have read a while ago about Political correctness and nursery rhymes! ;))

e.m.r. on May 10, 2008

I once heard the variation:

Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? No sir, no sir, I'm a ghoul.

Well, what I wanted to say: very, very nice photo!

Margrit Berger on May 10, 2008

:)) Der ist gut! Thank you so much for all your comments, e.m.r.! Herzliche Grüsse and a nice looong weekend!

May

Harry Taggart on August 8, 2009

Lovely tender scene May, This trio is almost ready for the treatment on the note I posted for your attention May. My wife (also May) will eat no offal, but in NZ she could eat and really enjoy a full lambs (one that had never been on grass.):D cheers scally.

Margrit Berger on August 10, 2009

Scally, thanks! I don't know about the destiny of those lambs, nor do I want to know. Even if I don't eat any lamb, I admit, I am not consequent, I eat from time to time beef and porc, but prefer fresh vegetables, potatoes, rice and pasta, cheese and eggs. I could never eat meat of an animal I have seen in his life. Best regards to you and May, - May

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