Contando...ovejitas (counting sheep)

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Comments (80)

Argenna on February 8, 2009

Hi Jose very nice shot! Greetings.

Argenna

mFodrini on February 8, 2009

Tierna foto José. Aún recuerdo cuando el pastor pasaba con sus ovejas y sus perros y cruzaban justo a la hora de irme al trabajo y cortaban la carretera para cruzar, no me resultaban tan tiernas!!!, pero esta foto es encantadora. Un gran saludo desde Barcelona, Marcos

Josehico on February 8, 2009

argenna Thank you very much for your visit and comment, greetings from Valencia (Spain) Jose

Josehico on February 8, 2009

© Marcos Gastón Gracias por tu comentario, me alegra que la fotografía te haga recordar tiempos pasados, saludos José

Artur Lutz on February 14, 2009

Hi Jose nice picture ☺ and nice to read that to count sheeps for fall in sleep is an everywhere known method LOL

Gest greetings, Artur

Josehico on February 14, 2009

Artur Lutz Thank you for your comment, as it was unaware of this method, you always learn something, greetings from Valencia (Spain) Jose

►gu®iga56◄ on February 16, 2009

Nice picture !

greetings, Laci

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Josehico on February 17, 2009

guriga56 Thanks for your visit and comment to this photo, greetings from Valencia (Spain) Jose

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Josehico on February 17, 2009

kisilona Thanks for your visit and comment, which I understood perfectly, greetings from Valencia (Spain) Jose

Kariklea David on February 18, 2009

Didn't you fall asleep while counting them? :)

Josehico on February 18, 2009

kariklea Thank you for your comment, I like you, who is in secret and did not sleep, greetings from Valencia (Spain) Jose

sekica on February 22, 2009

Eyyy! José, ¿que piropos son esos?

¡Pero bueno! Pensé que eso estaría prohibido hacer en un lugar público como éste! Porque si no, ya verás.

Esta granja parece como si fuera tuya. Los dueños te han dejado fotografiar sus ovejitas, con el vellon cortado...

Josehico on February 22, 2009

sekica Yo solo contesto a lo que me peguntan, jejeje. Gracias por tu comentario y repecto a las ovejitas las vi, me acerqué y "click"...el resultado ya lo ves, un cordial saludo José

Tom Sellek on April 11, 2009

Great capture! I fell asleep counting sheep Josè

Ciao Tom

Josehico on April 11, 2009

tom sellek Thank you very much for your visit and nice words from the comments, greetings, José

Jürgen Schnabel on April 18, 2009

Nice shot :)) Greetings, Jürgen.

Josehico on April 18, 2009

Juergen59 Thank you very much for your comments, greetings, Jose

sugarbag1 on May 27, 2009

Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww they are nice looking lambs. They look very much like our Australian Merino, but the Australia Merino sheep orginated from Spain in the first place. Of course it was crossed and refined to what it is today, one of the finest (miron) wool in the world and sort after from various countrys. But its great to see these lambs. I was farmer myself for nearly 30 years and I still love looking at sheep and all farm animals and going out to other peoples farm. I love the farm life and the fresh air etc. I go most days when I can. Greeting to you from David. Albany Western Australia.

Josehico on May 28, 2009

sugarbag1 Thank you very much for your nice comment, greetings from Valencia (Spain), José

►Berat Qevî Endam on June 27, 2010

very nice photo

i like sheeps

Greetings from Iran

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Barat

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 27, 2009
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    by Josehico
    • Camera: Hewlett-Packard hp photosmart 735
    • Taken on 2008/02/09 16:52:38
    • Exposure: 0.002s
    • Focal Length: 5.95mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.920
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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