Talk to the animals.

Talk to the animals.

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Sally Dunn

Free Account, Plymouth, Devon

Talk to the animals.

This brave sheep didn't run away when it was approached by my daughter, in fact they had a moment together!! Forgive the lack of comments at the moment, life has taken over for a while and hopefully I will get some free time very soon to catch up with your pictures.

Comments 11

  • Mandy 1988 17/06/2011 16:24

    Little Mrs. Doolittle at work! ;)

    Great shot!


  • viola d 01/04/2011 11:49

    Such thin legs and such a huge belly... Women's life...:)
    She was probably looking for some mental support...
    Very tender scene, Sally. Hugs, Viola
  • mohmad amin zakerhosiny 19/03/2011 10:23

    very nice shot
  • Vera M. Shulga 17/03/2011 19:40

    Very nice photo! nice scene(smile)
    I like it.
  • korol 17/03/2011 18:31

    Good photo!
  • s. sabine krause 17/03/2011 15:06

    "oh, just another 2 weeks to go, dear, until the birth of the lambs! but tell you what: my legs are killing me!" ; ))) what great interaction between the sheep and your very own lamb… ahem, daughter, i mean; ))! makes my day, sally! hugs, sabine.
  • Majid mehraban 17/03/2011 9:38

    Serious fat sheep , I like this conversation
    Good job sally
  • Angelika El. 17/03/2011 0:15

    Wonderful touching shot!!! I think this friendly sheep will get two lambs - perhaps... :-)) - soon.
    I love this little stone-wall from the background. It gives room for so many insects.
    A fine sign of spring- and eastertime - the lambtime ...


  • Adele Oliver 16/03/2011 23:41

    A lovely shot ... makes me smile to see this sheep so obviously chatting to your daughter - and she enjoying the conversation. Nice one, Sally ....
    big hugs, Adele
  • Birgit Presser 16/03/2011 23:07

    What a nice photo!!!
    Great scene!
  • Klaus Boizo 16/03/2011 22:42

    what hapend to your cat?

    best regards


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Camera NIKON D40
Lens AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II
Aperture 8
Exposure time 1/250
Focus length 30.0 mm
ISO 200