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Norfolk Horn Sheep on the Wimpole Estate

Norfolk Horn sheep on the Wimpole Estate

It think it is the black heads that make them look so wild-eyed.

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    • Which reminds me of when Tamara and I decided to go back in the evening to Stonehenge that we had visited that day. I pulled the car over at an angle onto a grass verge to get off the narrow road, and we were met with hundreds of bright, ghost-like eyes. It was a flock of sheep looking at us in the dark, with their light-gathering eyes staring back at us 🙂

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      • I went to “Sweden’s Stonehenge”; Ale’s Stenar in 2011 … we were all alone there except for the cows … white cows. It was weird — they didn’t look at us even … just walked around there, minding their own business.

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  1. “Thanks for the memory,” David, as Bob Hope would say years ago.

    I think this breed’s eyes look so wild not only because of their shape but because of their startling shade. Strange and lovely.

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