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Old 26-06-2017, 22:43   #1 (permalink)
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Some sheep that Mike (mikqwik) and I came across in the pasture around Derwent Dam.

This one was very curious about the stranger in the pasture and came up to within a few feet of me. Most of the sheep moved away if I moved in too close.


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Old 27-06-2017, 10:02   #2 (permalink)
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Don't mind crossing sheep fields as they scatter. Cows and Horses is another thing and I do anything to avoid.
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Just have to watch where you step - they leave a "surprise" for your shoes if you aren't mindful.
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Like the good use of differential focus on 2
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Don't mind crossing sheep fields as they scatter. Cows and Horses is another thing and I do anything to avoid.
Chrisa, Never enter a field where there are cows with calves, or a bull, sheep can attack if there are lambs and a ram can take a notion to charge. My wife was tossed by a sheep a couple of weeks ago, but was not hurt.
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Old 29-06-2017, 12:45   #6 (permalink)

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I TYPE USING CAPITALS DUE TO A DISABILTY

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VERY NICE SHOTS. DONT EVER UNDERESTIMATE SHEEP, THEY CAN BE VERY VISCOUS. I PARACHUTED INTO A FIELD OF SHEEP MANY YEARS AGO AND AS I WAS TRYING TO PULL MY CHUTE IN, THEY WERE ALL COMING TOWARDS ME, I GOT MY CHUTE AND MANAGED TO JUMP OVER A FENCE, IT WAS QUITE SCARY.
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