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Traffic Jam in Scotland. I would have to stop myself from jumping and rolling in that cloud of sheep!


“When you lied on your CV about having previous sheepdog experience.

nap time

Look at the smile on the sleeping lamb. March 1940 A newly-born lamb snuggles up to a sleeping boy. Photo by Williams/Fox Photos/Getty Images


Half-Shorn Sheep, by photographer Cary Wolinsky, explains the difficulty in capturing this image, to illustrate a National Geographic story on wool.

I said:::"Oh, My! I thought at first that it was a photo of a snowfall onto a rocky, lumpy field! OMG, they are SHEEP! lol!" She said:::"in Scotland...I've been stopped on rural Scottish roads many times by flocks of sheep. It teaches you patience!"

Has to be New Zealand ! This "sea of wool" just makes me smile. Who'd a thunk that a whole bunch of these mangy beasts could keep big powerful cars from going from A to B destination-wise? It's the power of numbers at work.

Freshly dyed sheep run in view of the highway near Bathgate, Scotland.

Freshly dyed sheep run in view of the highway near Bathgate, Scotland.

Minecraft sheep in real life? - Freshly dyed sheep run in view of the highway near Bathgate, Scotland. The sheep farmer has been dying his sheep with NONTOXIC dye since 2007 to entertain passing motorists.

Yellowstone National Park In The Winter, USA

Yellowstone bison-on-run video wrongly triggers volcanic eruption fear

While I was playing I thought why not a lamb in a party hat… So then this happened!

Yes This really happened: Lambs in hats!

Happy Birthday to Ewe! This sweet little lamb is an 'honorary dog' on this birthday board :)

almost there.

" by Jim Wu. A great reflection shot of a White-bellied Sea Eagle about to break the water's surface. This species is indigenous to southeast Asian and Australia.

Adorable lamb

few things are as sweet as a baby lamb. Well, most baby animals are, but humans don't come close, sorry.

Amazing school of fish! Our World Underwater 2013 Winning Image by Octavio Aburto

An awesome courtship swarm of Bigeye fish (via David and Goliath - National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 - National Geographic) Amazing!