Welcome to my blog, where I add about Art and things - Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
Awww they are so beautiful.I love to see new born lambs gamboling, that's such a lovely word :)I'm glad they are safe indoors from this awful weather.
I love seeing them too, sooo cute :-)
You should add some upbeat music to this video.... those baa-lambs look like they are dancing!
I should have added music, but can't think what would be right....suggestions on a postcard please, lol ;)
I want one!
Adorable (with the exception of the painted numbers on their sides..... :-/ )
Yes, it's a case of 'No. 57 come in please'. Did you notice towards the end of the clip, the ewe checked the lamb that went too near to her, making sure it was hers - if it isn't their own lamb, a ewe will headbutt them out of the way! They can get quite ferocious too.
future supplier of yarn for my knitting projects!
Martha, they could well be, lol :-)
SO SWEET! None here yet.....
These aren't on the moor, but they are near Exeter. At least they are being kept in a barn. Our daughter, Lil helped deliver some of them :-)
They are, wish I could have been there to see them. These pics were taken by our daughter Lil.
Lovely! Thanks for sharing your pretty little lamb.
Thanks Joy, there is something so adorable about them isn't there :-)
So adorable! The ewes at the sheep farm about 5 miles from me seem to deliver their lambs later than this. I'll have to keep an eye out for those little balls of fluff as I drive by.
Yes, they are adorable. We have a lot in Devon, so frequently see these little soles gamblin' about.