Saturday, 7 July 2012

Baa Ram Ewe

Hundreds of sheep calls Fair Isle their home with around 400 of them (Shetland sheep) live wild in the north of the island. At this time of the year they get rounded up so the lambs can get dosed (For worms) and castrated while the ewes and rams get there annual hair cut. This gives us photographers a chance to get up close with our wooly jumpers.

Standing Out

The New Ram

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