King of the sheep


There are a lot of sheep here in Ireland and I have never quite shared the love of these strange animals. I always think they are a bit creepy, probably because of their eyes, and I can’t understand any fascination for them. Until the other week when, peering over a wall, I found a tiny flock headed by what must be the handsomest sheep of all. Truly it must have been Chris, the king of the sheep (from Father Ted again).




4 Comments on “King of the sheep”

  1. derrickjknight
    November 26, 2015 at 7:28 am #

    Their eyes are a bit creepy, especially as they are expressionless

  2. joy
    November 26, 2015 at 7:29 am #

    lovely I love that warm coat hes wearing

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