grazing sheep

Look at what I came across a few days ago: an enclosure full of woolly creatures ♡

I took the pictures while precariously standing on a stone wall with a very uneven surface… For a while I even contemplated the option of getting inside the enclosure; in the end I discarded the idea because of the unpredictable reaction that the creatures may have had and the wall and my outfit would have not been suitable for a quick retreat.

I was even shooting some short videos, but my free WordPress site won’t let me post videos!

Can you guess where this was taken? It’s in England and is a former Roman town…

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19 thoughts on “grazing sheep

  1. tamyraptor says:

    Hmm, Bath? That’s the only former Roman town I know in England!

  2. Flora Poste says:

    Ha, looking at future socks and sweaters? I wonder….might this be somewhere at the Hadrian’s Wall route? However..London used to be a Roman town as well. So I covered three quarters of England so I must be close;0) Thanks for the lovely photo’s, ♥ Johanna

    • itwasjudith says:

      Dear Johanna,
      Both could be a good option, though this one was taken in Bath, near the local university 🙂
      I couldn’t believe my eyes as I passed by on board of a bus, and I had to go and check it our later on!
      I so wanted to jump in the enclosure and try and cuddle them a bit… not sure whether the creatures would have been too happy about it!
      Have a nice day! Hugs from judith

  3. I have no idea and I’m English! Oh how I miss such sights. Thanks for sharing. x

  4. Febr12 says:

    Beautiful pictures and Bath is a very lovely town! Haven’t been there for ages though😊

  5. Reblogged this on KnitWhit (with a pen) and commented:
    We all know how I love sheep & England so I had to share these pictures from this fellow blogger. Enjoy!

  6. I am suddenly hearing Baroque music … “all we like sheep…” “His sheep may safely graze…” “He shall feed his flock…” I usually think of flocks on the Judean hillside. But now, I can see the imagery and symbolism is not limited to a far-off, foreign land.

    • itwasjudith says:

      Susan, thank you for bringing up some exotic imagery 🙂 Isn’t it great how many different images can this little cute creature bring up in our mind?
      Have a great day!

  7. Martha says:

    Cosy and relaxing view. Lovely 🙂

  8. A lovely collage of sheep photos and lovely English fields – miss it at this time of year! Thanks for reminding me of home… Cath

  9. You can post the sheep videos on youtube and then copy the embed text over to your wordpress post. Bring on the sheep flicks!

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