8/26/15

yep, it's that time of year!

There has been much 'Ooo-ing' and 'Awww-ing' in the car lately as we pass the newborns in the pastures along the road. I just can't help myself!






19 comments:

daisy g said...

Oh my. That last little lamb close to its momma is so precious. Thank you for sharing this sweet outdoor post on this week's Maple Hill Hop!

Lorrie said...

Little ones of almost any species are adorable.

Ela said...

These are beautiful animals !!
Greetings

Jutta.K said...

Good morning,
what amazing photos, so lovely and hearty :-)
Greetings from Germany

Margaret Adamson said...

Yes Betty, I always love to see the young of any species adn if I can I always stop and look at cocws and sheep with their young. Great shots.

Rhonda Albom said...

And oohing and awwwing as we look at your photos. Our hills are dotted with lambs, but no calves. So cute.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Never mind the car - am ooohing and aaaahhhhing from here!!! Nothing beats those newborns, and the mono works well here... YAM xx

John said...

Nice series

Sharon Wagner said...

We're wrapping things up here at this time of year. The newborns are universally loved though.

The Freckled Rose said...

What a wonderful sight to see! Lovely photographs with such adorable subjects :)

Ida said...

How sweet. I love baby animals.

Susie@life-change-compost.com said...

I had such fun enjoying your photos! Isn't it lovely to see the new life? We were just at a sheep farm last week enjoying all the different types of sheep. (We took our old sheep dog, a Border Collie, back to the farm where she started out as a puppy.) I wish I knew more about types. Do you know the varieties of the sheep you photographed? I googled sheep varieties of New Zealand and of course found a huge number of interesting types....lots of wool coming from beautiful New Zealand! Thanks Betty, for the wondering sharing. You must check out my post in September about my Border Collie, Fly, and the sheep farm.

Jamie Jeffers said...

I love these pictures!! We should have some baby goats coming this winter, and I am so excited about it. Who doesn't adore baby animals?

Anita Johnson said...

Last year I was lucky enough to visit a farm during the lambing season. I never realized how cute little lambs were! I still wish I had a little hobby farm...and maybe a cow and a few goats too! Ha!

Jutta.K said...

Wow, such beautiful and adorable baby animals.

Please look to my e-mal!
♥ly greetings

NatureFootstep said...

sure, your heart always melt when you see them :)

marshaleith said...

sweet!

Arti said...

Baby animals are always sooo cude, lovely shots

pattisjarrett said...

Aw, love those itty bitty sheep!