Silent Sunday: 21/05/2017



  1. Was it silent there, or was the horrendous north Wales wind blowing?

    • Sue

      Lost in the mists of time (this was mid 80s), but Mrs sheep is looking a tad ragged and Dolbadarn is very exposed, so I guess it was! So not silent…I’m rumbled….

  2. Love this one. The mummy sheep is so fluffy!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. That’s a serious wool coat, windblown or not. 🙂


  4. That’s how I feel sometimes with my son, hehe. Nice photo, Sue

  5. A very Biblical landscape, as if Holman Hunt had taken to photography! (I’m reminded of his painting ‘The Scapegoat’.) All of which is a preamble to saying — this is a wonderfully memorable image!

  6. NOW what are you after? Sigh! 🙂 🙂

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