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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Good Fences


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Always told to look both ways before crossing the road.
His eyes give me the impression, he needs to be inside that fence.

 

34 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Oh my, are the sheep on the wrong side of the fence.. I hope they crossed the road safely.. The dogs eyes look alien. Great fence shots, enjoy your day!

Karen S. said...

He's probably eyeing a squirrel that's running around free! Hehehe! Great captures, I sure hope they made it safely!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, those little monsters along the ditch! thanks for the fences, lv!

Betsy Adams said...

Cute pictures --and I love your words!!!!!!

I have a 'heavenly' post today. Check it out --if you haven't yet.
Hugs,
Betsy

Ann said...

I think they are being good sheep and I agree those eyes are telling on that dog.
Ann

Frank said...

Fenced out and fenced in. Lovely shots.

Sandra said...

love what is in front of and behind these fences. those sheep are so beautiful.

Chandra Eswaran said...

Hi LV,
Cool sheep, cool dog and nice fence!
I agree - great idea to look both/all-ways before crossing the road.
Thanks for stopping by my site today.
Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Oh my- I agree with you about the dog! Poor sheep- I hope someone was trying to get them back up. We get stray cows and even an occasional goat out here in the country.

Margaret Adamson said...

On both sides of the fence!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That big sheep does look like he's the patrol boy holding back the little ones until it's safe! Hope it worked. And yes I am always glad to have a good fence between me and a watchdog!

Kathy said...

That first photo is too cute. And your caption for it was perfect!

Mildred said...

Wonderful contribution for the fence linkup.

Ida said...

Well that dog certainly does have an intent look going on there. I do hope the sheep found their way back inside the fence.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

I think I should like to run into the pretty little sheep rather than the kind of mad looking dog.

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

we saw some cows out earlier this week. i guess that happens sometimes. ( :

Gayle said...

Why did the sheep cross the street? Oh wait that was a chicken.
No 'keep out' sign needed with that dog in residence.

Ellie said...

Hello, couple of great shots you have here. That dog sure does look scary!

Many thanks for visiting my blog and your comment, I appreciate it :))

Ginny said...

Oh my goodness, what ARE they? They look a bit like huge sheep! That dog, I would not pass him even if he was behind a fence.

Christine said...

Hello LV and thanks for your visit and comments.
That's a fun photo of the sheep trying to cross the road!
And a scary eyed dog like that needs to be behind a good fence!
Blessings
Christine

Lois said...

That first shot is so cute! I think you are right about the second one.

Cranberry Morning said...

Love the sheep photo especially. Sheep are so cute, and they wear smiles. Love it!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Love these pics and sheep. Great caption for them and the other looks like the fence is very important.
Have a nice evening.
CM

Lynne said...

I really liked your fence pictures and the captions. I agree, the eyes told me a story too. Happy that dog was on the other side of the fence and you . . .

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Oh my, the dog's eyes are a little scary! I'm glad he's inside the fence and can't bother anyone. He's probably a good watchdog. Love the cute sheep and I'm hoping that is not a very busy highway. Thanks for your visit!

Paula said...

Good fences with animals for decoration. Nice!

NanaDiana said...

LOL- I'd say that last one was well controlled and looked like he needed to be.
Love the sheep picture....Maybe they are ready to follow Mary to school one day. (remember that old rhyme?) xo Diana

Edna B said...

My goodness, I had a bit of catching up to do here. I love all the photos, and especially the ones of your flowers. Wow, your plants are simply beautiful. I loved seeing all the sheep. We don't get to see very many of them around here.

I'm on new meds now and hopefully will be back on the mend soon. This is not a good time to get pneumonia. Well, actually, there isn't a good time at all. But I was so hoping to be able to be outside enjoying the nice weather coming our way. I'll just have to wait a bit longer. I'm just itching to get out to do a bit of gardening. Pogo is wanting to spend more time outdoors too. I feel so bad that he is cooped up indoors with me, but hopefully we'll be outside soon.

Are you getting ready for the Kentucky Derby? Got your new hat all dressed up fancy? My daughter Deanne and her friends have a huge Derby party and make famcy hats and outfits to wear. It's such fun!!

Well, I have a lot of blog reading to catch up on. You have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Edna B.

Debbie said...

Cautious and beautiful....I love the colors!! Nice fences!!

ellen b said...

These are great. Those eyes are pretty spooky! Have a wonderful weekend.

John's Island said...

Hi LV, Neat link up with Good Fences ... and thank you for your kind comment on mine. Have a great weekend!

Betsy said...

the sheep are sweet and I hope anyone familiar with the area driving by know to look out for them.
I like the strong fence that the dog is behind, just hope he doesn't jump it.
Happy Friday
betsy

Felicia said...

awww the sheep are so cute and yes the dog does not look happy.

Leovi - La FotografĂ­a Efectista Abstracta said...

Dangerous sheep beside the road!