Beautiful field full of color and in Benidorm without raining, jejeje. Congratulations for the marvellous photography, Antonio.
Beau paysage pastoral !
Bonjour de France.
Hello Antonio and Annie,
Thank you both for your responses to this gentle pastoral scene. It is a joy that my photos are appreciated by you. I love the valleys in this part of England.
And in my travels I love France and Spain too, I assure you.
Greetings from sunny Sydney, Australia.
Lovely views of England, Ian. So peaceful and gentle--and beautifully photographed.
Thankyou Marilyn. And do enjoy the great adventure.
And I saw in England of little sheep in orange waistcoats! It was so unusual and cute, Yan. Is it easy to find them in such dress? Best wishes. Eva
If I were a sheep in England, and someone made me a little orange waistcoat, I am sure I would wear it!
The dye is a way that the farmers can identify their sheep, in the event that they wander into another farm - which they will do at times. But I do not know how many farmers put coats on their sheep. Some studs do I know, and I am sure some domestic sheep are pampered with blue or orange waistcoats!
Best wishes, Yan
Great picture !!! Butiful place. Greetings from Poland.
It is nice to meet you lenn6. I am pleased that this picture is appreciated by you. I think you love rural landscapes very much.
Ian in Sydney, Australia
You have so many beautiful new uploads, Ian. This one is so sweet.
While this is very English, may I be forgiven for seeing a bit of the west of Ireland here too? I am delighted to share my photos with you, dear Inessa, and to see all your new uploads too. They make for a very special set and reveal a wonderful journey, below the surface, from above and from on the water.
May the road rise to meet you, Inessa!
Yes Ian, the stone walls look rather Irish than English:)
Thank you for viewing my new uploads:). This area is already well-presented with many photographs in Panoramio.
Thank you also for the Irish Blessing :)
Have a great winter ;)
Belle photo Ian Stehbens, continue comme ça, salutations, tiopepe8
This is a beautiful picture! I like it.
They are looking at you for the picture!
Greetings from Canada, thanks for sharing those pictures. Sylvie
Dear Sylvie, tiopepe8 and Inessa,
I grew up with calves and cows and learnt their ways and their language and I can speak to them. But sheep are quite another thing. I know they recognise a familiar voice, but I think I confused these two. They knew my voice was that of a stranger but I spoke to them in the best sheep language I knew and they understood, but they looked at me as if I had lost my senses! And my friends were thinking the same! So I was a loser all around that day! And I still fell a little sheepish just thinking about it.
But I am pleased that you like this rural image.
Warm greetings from Sydney.
Not so bad, Ian. They are obviously listening; your Australian accent might be confusing though LOL
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