enjoying the scenery around the world

i have been loving having several international blog buddies.  it has really given me a window on the world.  i especially enjoy the posts for the weekly photo challenge!  this week’s spring pictures have been especially festive and i just had to share one that really made me smile (and when i say smile, i mean laugh out loud).

my blog buddy at passionate about pets posted this pic of a leaping lamb.  this might be a common sight in the english countryside, but it would stop me in my tracks if i saw a gamboling baby ovine around here. (heehee)

thank you for the laugh!!

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kind of eccentric artsy type raising two boys in texas.
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9 Responses to enjoying the scenery around the world

  1. nrhatch says:

    Good pic to feature!

    That’s probably my favorite spring photo too.

  2. barb19 says:

    Thanks for the mention, and I love that you love this pic. I’m astounded that you have never seen lambs jumping around like that – I thought lambs everywhere did it!

  3. Karyn @ kloppenmum says:

    That is one energetic lamb! Great shot, you’re right.

  4. E.C. says:

    Such a sweet little lamb. I agree with you. There’s sheep around here, but I never seen the little lambs playing. I bet they’re cute as kittens. 🙂

  5. TRKN says:

    that’s a cute lamb 🙂 I love your interpretation

  6. frizztext says:

    it has really given me a window on the world… – yes!

  7. kaet says:

    I’ve seen sheep in several parts of the world, but that’s an amazing picture!

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