Painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
...and when we warn visitors about them, they say they have never seen one!
Excellent! Haven't seen any yet this year.
He's pretty, but I'm happy to admire him from a distance
and weeds are coming soon too!
I must watch where I`m treading in the Forest! We sometimes have them in the garden and in the hay store, which is not so good although they are beautiful creatures.
Just one male for me today. No vet's bill thank goodness though! x
Three in one day is quite a lot, you must live in a hotspot !
Brrrrrr..... be careful, William too!
I saw a few when I lived in N Devon.... but never got very close. My Dad used to kill one if he saw one. Wouldn't be allowed now I suppose.
Protected species now!!,......Don't think I could get close to them personally, lol :-)
Hi, Ann, I love your sense of humour and equally love them all -- I have no reason to hate them. If we discrimiate them because of their appearance, it's not fair. Cheers, Sadami
You summed it up Sadami, in nature and left alone they can live peaceably :-)