Saturday, February 9, 2013

Weekly Top Shot

Perhaps not the finest or best composed shot of the week, but definitely a family favorite as we caught Siar shaking off her blanket of snow.

(Just as she was successful in shaking it off, so too are we hopeful that this is the beginning of the shepherdess/s shaking off a week of winter blues.)

joining The View From Right Here for Weekly Top Shot

14 comments:

  1. That is a lot of snow! Great to have captured the 'shake off' in a photo :)

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  2. What a beautiful shot!Sheep always look so pretty in the snow.
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    Thanks again,
    Teri

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  3. One by one, the first breaking the path... I agree about the colors in that night shot from my post today, the colors are rich and pleasing... you'll have to post what you gleaned from it if you do some dyeing... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #69!

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  4. reminds me of my standard poodle in the snow this morning:-)

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  5. I love seeing the sheep in the snow! There are very few sheep in this part of the country anymore, and I certainly haven't seen any walking in a deep snowy path.

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  6. I really like the picture. I think the sheep are dressed right for the weather!

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  7. That's right - just shake it off and keep moving.

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  8. Oh boy...so glad y'all have the snow and not me...it's a wonderful feeling, knowing I don't have to go outside and shovel...snow -grin.

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  9. It's all in the timing and you got it right. We were all shaking it off today after Nemo here in central NJ.

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  10. What a tough group of ladies :)
    Glad you all made it through the storm.

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  11. What a beautiful photo. I don't know what it is about country photos with sheep in them, but I could look at those type of photos all day ! Looks like the snow hit you as hard as it hit us down here in New England.

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