On The Subject Of Sheep

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An old, bent Hawthorn and a young, unbent sheep – click for a larger version.

13 thoughts on “On The Subject Of Sheep

  1. Now that is one TOUGH Hawthorn!
    D’you know about Hawthorn, David?
    It’s a blood pressure regulator; listed in the Physicians’ Desk Reference…

    If this one doesn’t look like yours, there are three pages of listings at the bottom of the page to choose from πŸ˜‰

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    1. Yes, hawthorn is one of my favourites with its twisty branches and characterful trunk. They have been planted in hedges in the UK for centuries and there are superstitions about them – like never bringing the May blossom indoors and not changing to summer clothing until the blossom is out.

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