Weekly Photo Challenge: SPRING

when we begin to say welcome to the spring every year, we notice, that the sheep are already there, outside, enjoying nature…
inspectors are coming
photo by frizztext, click on the picture to visit my flickr galleries
related: Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring
comment by 2812 photography (below): “Ok, now I’m scared. It looks like they’re ready to attack! I’m sorry for loving lamb so much!!!”
P.S.:
I used this photo also illustrating the song DONNA DONNA: the message of this political lyrics: to give courage to the Jews under Nazi oppression not to stay calm, on their transport to the killing industry…

related:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/donna-donna-meaning-of-a-song/

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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

36 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: SPRING

  1. I love to see them in the nature… and especially during Spring… Thank you, have a nice weekend, dear Frizz, love, nia

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    • I know, Nia, some of them, especially the youngsters in those families, have a sudden finish by the knife of an unkind human… – maybe that’s the reason why they are posing with a very skeptical “stare-down” attitude – but I swear, I only eat salad and bread and oil from olives! (I hope they are not angry if they hear: sometimes I like to eat sheep cheese too)

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  2. You did it again!
    Made my arm hairs stand straight up!
    Watched the Keith Richard’s video “Stand Up For Your Rights” that you announced.
    Then today, enjoyed your wonderful strings.
    You have no idea how your work charges me.
    Jeanne

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  3. CrazyGuyinThailand

    Beautiful

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  4. Wonderful photo…just perfect!

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  5. This IS spring πŸ™‚ And I hope they won’t be dragged to the butcher.
    HAPPY weekend! πŸ™‚

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  6. These sheep look like they are waiting for something to happen!

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  7. Excellent, Frizz. I’m having issues with WP and broken links, so I’ll leave my link for you in case you have time to visit: http://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2014/05/02/weekly-photo-challenge-spring/. Whether you visit or not, have a great spring weekend.

    janet

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    • hi Janet,
      yes, to leave the egg, that must be a great spring challenge – just outside of my window pane: me and my cat are watching from inside young blue tits crossing that threshold

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  8. 2812 photography

    Ok, now I’m scared. It looks like they’re ready to attack! I’m sorry for loving lamb so much!!!

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  11. Love this wonderful photo πŸ™‚

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  13. yep that sure says spring to me

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  17. Love the lambs! Great shot! Happy Spring!

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  18. That looks like Shaun The Sheep-episode about to start.

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  20. Perfect friends! They always make me smile!

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  21. Beautiful spring post πŸ™‚

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