Looking Back At You #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Photo of a sheep looking back through a wire fence in a field
Who’s looking back at you?

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36 thoughts on “Looking Back At You #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. Now that is a sheepish look if I ever saw one! We have an alpaca farm about 10 miles from where I live. I go to visit sometimes and take my camera for some fun shots, but they stare at me (well at all humans, except the ones who feed them/shear them and muck out their stalls). They also spit at you if they don’t like you. It’s not happened yet, but I stand back a pace or two. 🙂 My Wordless Wednesday post this week was a Tree Swallow that I caught peeking at its perch it was sitting on:
    https://lindaschaubblog.net/2023/01/11/nope-i-did-not-make-that-poo-its-snow-wordless-wednesday-thats-my-story-and-im-stickin-to-it-barn-swallow/

    1. We have some alpacas near us too, Linda. I’ve only passed them once, and they took little, if any, interest in me. The succulent green grass they were eating had all their attention.

      1. They are fun to photograph. This place boards people’s alpacas plus they have their own, shear them and sell the wool. The alpacas are curious and come over to the fence as a group, then leave as a group. You can pay a little fee to go in the pen with them, but I don’t want to get spit on, so I stay on the other side of the fence.

      1. Awesome, unlike here with us in the Fraser Valley, BC Canada. Despite all the water we have, it can still be extremely dry throughout summer. Enjoy

    1. Here in Wales, we have many more sheep than in England, Michelle. In fact, sheep outnumber humans in Wales. Just imagine what would happen if they wanted to take Wales over. We’d stand no chance.
      I’m glad this week’s Wordless Wednesday photo made you smile.

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