Love the sheep, but especially your Guinea! We have 6 Guineas, 5 French and 1 mystery (she has some white/light lavender feathers coming in?) - the 5 French are almost 8 weeks old and the mystery is 4 1/2 weeks old. We are loving them and they are getting along great with the 17 laying hens they were raised with (hens are also 8 weeks old). Anyway, nice to see a full grown Guinea. They are so sweet :-)
that is so cute- they are alert to the camera too~Lovely moment- here is mine if you are interested:http://ladyofthearts.blogspot.com/2010/06/this-moment_11.htmlhave a great weekend.
HAHAHA! Best photo ever...so how'd you get them to pose? I'm serious, I need to know. They look like they're used to being in front of the camera! Still laughing :)Mine's here... http://makingclover.blogspot.com/2010/06/this-moment_11.htmlHave a great weekend!
Oh, I love it...and I am jealous :). I so want to have a family farm within the next couple of years. Thank you for sharing. Here is our moment for the week: http://creatinganaturallife.blogspot.com/2010/06/friday-moment_11.html
This reminds me of a scene from one of the farm movies my girls watched when they were young... I expect them to begin speaking at any moment. Wonderful capture! :)