The Pied Piper Of Sheep

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On the Slea Head drive west of Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

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  1. Kman999 92 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the 5 flickr poker chips!

  2. LA Lassie 92 months ago | reply

    I like the title......and congratulations for this making the explore pages.

  3. LA Lassie 86 months ago | reply

    QEMD Finch
    I would like to invite you to add this great photo to the
    www.flickr.com/groups/qemdfinch
    (No Rules - Just Educational)

  4. Kman999 86 months ago | reply

    Thank you, LA Lassie!

  5. erin_nadeau 85 months ago | reply

    i really like the way the sheep are all looking at you, as if they're waiting for a speech or something. :)

    **** I found this photo following a set link in the Explore My Sets - Add 1, Comment/Fave 3 Group ****

  6. Caroline in Ireland 80 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Top 20 Ireland, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  7. Kman999 80 months ago | reply

    Thanks for the invite, cad.
    I already have an image in the group, so I'll wait 'till it meets its natural end.

  8. LA Lassie 79 months ago | reply

    So are you the Pied Piper? They are definitely looking your way. So, what did you do to get their attention......no wait, you didn't do anything, right. Just stood there with your camera and they naturally got curious. LOL I've always loved this photo. I like the one on top of the mound.....TILT

    001 ib1
    We would be delighted to have
    your artwork as part of our group
    Just Hit Me With Your Best Shot

  9. Kman999 79 months ago | reply

    LA Lassie,
    Interesting you should ask about the 'mound'. This looks like the remnants of a 'ditch' between two fields which have been allowed to become effectively one.
    I don't know what they're called in your part of the world. In Holland, in the stories at least, the standing up bit is called a 'dike' - no jokes please - as in 'finger in the ...'; and the 'ditch' is the channel part beside the dike. In our area, the meanings are switched: 'ditch' is the upright portion and 'dike/dyke' the channel.
    I feel I shouldn't have gone here!

  10. Christina Petridou 79 months ago | reply

    001 ia1 Great Shot!
    I saw this photograph in the group
    Just Hit Me With Your Best Shot

    Fire Away! Let's Have Some Fun!

    very nice..!

  11. LA Lassie 79 months ago | reply

    Your explanation is most interesting. Strange that phrases get switched in different areas. I couldn't think of the word at first, but it is called a "dike" in the States.....

    I noticed there was or looked like a "black sheep" in the distance: true? or just the shadows playing tricks?

    001 ia1 Great Shot!
    I saw this photograph in the group
    Just Hit Me With Your Best Shot

    Fire Away! Let's Have Some Fun!

  12. kat pdft 77 months ago | reply

    Simply stated: "WONDERFUL"!

  13. awohlfarth1 [deleted] 77 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Cry of the Celtic, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    And the land takes back what was it's.

  14. Wåhlin 76 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Creative Photo, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  15. Right There Mike 74 months ago | reply

    Very nice sheep.

  16. Memo Photographie 67 months ago | reply

    Beautiful picture from an amazing country ;)

  17. tammybeck 49 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called About Ireland, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  18. bannacht 49 months ago | reply

    Brilliant scene.

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