Photographing Spring Lambs

Baby Lamb with Mother Sheep

Although gardens are my photography subject of choice in the spring, there are a few other sure signs that winter is almost over. Nothing says spring like the arrival of baby sheep.

These adorable spring lambs were sticking close to their mothers while I photographed them two weekends ago. Honestly, I would not want to mess with the Mama sheep who were eyeing my camera with a great deal of suspicion. I stuck around long enough to photograph a few of the lambs before leaving them in peace to frolic in their fields.

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4 Responses to “Photographing Spring Lambs”

  1. BoB says:

    Cute family portrait.

  2. Frida says:

    Beautiful light on these fellows. Can’t wait for spring 🙂

  3. […] setting is something out of a Jane Austin novel; all rolling hills and fields of sheep with the Black Mountains visible in the distance. I’ve not seen this many shades of green […]

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