Saturday, November 21, 2009

Bea and Neville

Our November mornings have been simply beautiful this month. We get a hard frost overnight and come morning all is coated in a soft white yielding to the sun's warming rays. My morning field walk with Sidney captures fall palettes so rich with color.

Bea and Neville rose up in the frosty morning. Yet another capture in the night. A lamb or two, for sure, come spring.

My beautiful Bea, the leader sheep, strong breed genetics. She is the queen of the flock for protecting and guarding. Nothing misses her wary eye.

Bea and Neville spent more than a day together moving about the field, grazing, resting and creating.

Second and third from the right, they spent the afternoon with the others, enjoying yet another lovely late fall day.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:22 AM

    ..THANK-YOU, Nancy ~ for all of your wonderful pix of our beautiful region through the seasons. nice close-up of the "winterberry" that provides a spot of color in otherwise pretty drap thickets these days :^) ~ m.