Tuesday

Why It's Easy to Crash in England



Okay, you're driving along in England, admiring the green green green, and then...red...sheep?


Yep, there are some stunning sheep out there in the pastures of England.


And the green and red together look so Christmas-y.  But where did these sheep come from?

In the case of the red sheep above and below, their owner used a sheep dye to paint them red "for a bit of fun".  These sheep graze beside a busy highway, causing people to stop and stare.


I sure would!




But farmers elsewhere color their sheep to make them easy to identify, or to discourage theft.  Check out the sheep below!




Even their horns are colored!




Cotton candy, anyone?


I like this last one.  Someone got a little crazy with the dye!


Ever see a colored sheep?  Leave a comment and let me know.

4 comments:

Emmalina7 said...

Whoa! I love them! :D They look fuzzyyyy.

I Spy Animals said...

Yes; especially the yellow one!

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