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Australian and New Zealand Gardening: Seachanger picture (TEA ROOM # 110)

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Seachanger wrote:
It was such a lovely morning here, that I decided to take the camera to Mick's paddock....it was lovely there, the grass is so green and there were black Cockies and Rosellas flying overhead and little blue Wrens industriously looking for insects under every disturbed patch of grass.....

Then there were the sheep, they were being moved from one paddock to another by a very busy Kelpie...
We were watching one particular ewe that was standing aside from the rest and all of a sudden she dropped a lamb.....naturally I had to take a pic...
So here is a baby that is only a couple of minutes old.....a little while later, it got caught up in the wire fence so naturally I had to untangle it and give it back to it's mother...
I had a cuddle before giving it back...it's little heart was beating so quickly...but soon it was off with the other lambs.....

Those trees in Mick's paddock were saplings when I bought him (Mick has the pink coat).....he hates sheep.
Dianne.

This message was edited Jul 21, 2012 11:57 PM


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