Very nice photo.
I like it.
All the best from Iran,
Thank you for your kind words and YS, Mahdi. I will stop by your gallery for a look:)
Greetings from Canada!
Rudolf I am very glad you like it:)
Once, I knew a little hotel, called Sleepy Hollow. So, this is really Sheepy Hollow ! Are they sheeps or maybe wild moufflons ?
I feel sorry for them , not many grass to graze ! Excellent photo, you were lucky to got it. Canada is sooo beautiful, but I have heard it was -40 C degree!
Beautiful photograph . Greetings , Barbaros
Hello again, Zsuzsanna! Yes they are wild "bighorn sheep" and I think they are related to the moufflon you mention. They graze all along these hillsides and there is much to eat. We did have some -40, but it is only -10 now:)
Hello, Barbaros. Welcome to my gallery! I am glad you like the picture. Greetings from Canada!!
Very nice. I like it. Regards, Irek.
Thank you very much Irek.
Excellent photo Johny! Wonderful colours! Very well done!
Best wishes from Holland! Ria
Nice title and good photo,like them both!!!
Greetings from Holland,
Thank you very much for your commentsRia en Joke.
And all the Best from Canada!
Tot de volgende keer. Johny
Excellent capture! We used to see the bighorns in Washington often when I was a kid, but not so much anymore (at least, I haven't).
I'm up visiting family in Anchorage right now. They have Dall sheep that are quite similar looking, except white.
Hi Bryan Thanks. I've always found wildlife sighting are all timing and luck. You may not see them for ages, but you talk to other people and they have seen them regularly.
The Dalls you mention are a thinhorn sheep and are beauties!
very nice scene
Greetings from Iran
IF YOURS ARE SHEEP MINE MUSTBE? GOT THEM DOWN AS GOATS ,LET ME KNOW WHAT THEY ARE THANKYOU OLIVE
Hello, Barat - Thank you! Greetings from Canada!
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