|Two small hay stores, each holding about 30 small hay bales|
|No the barn is not on fire, just the sun shining through.|
Perhaps it was just a little dusty.
|Heave ho! The things you do on the farm|
|Nibbling on the willow trees. The sheep had already nibbled|
on these but the alpacas can get higher up. It makes the place
look more like a park. I think we have a bit to go before we
look like Capability Brown has designed it though.
|Our eerie greenhouse one moonlit night|
|Looks like an early morning scene but it is a long exposure|
shot in the moonlight
|Cranes flying south for winter. They are noisy birds, which in|
this case was a good job, otherwise I would have missed them.
|The leaves are just starting to turn in the moss covered oak tree|
|I think this lamb is starting to put weight on now she has had|
the worming medication. She is also getting the hang of sheep
grain and moving with the rest of the herd. It makes moving
the sheep between plots a lot simpler now.
|Mr. B and Mr. P are often fighting but we think they are just|
playing, it doesn't seem to be very serious. Mr. P is hopefully
going to be a father for the first time next year. I wonder what
colour the cria (baby alpaca) will be?
|Turbjørn debating whether to eat the bark on the tree|
|The song Liverpool Lullaby by Cilla Black comes to mind|
when I see this photo, with the lyrics "Oh you are a