Sheep and Woolly Resources
A collection of sheep:
Older sheep pictures...
- 01-Jan-2003: A New Year's Sheep - Hopefully (then Warrant Officer)
Roy Carr won't sulk at me too much for using this cartoon of his from
the Falklands War - It wasn't good to be a
Falkland Island Sheep then.
- 05-Nov-2002: I forgot to take a picture of this one when I got it so,
after a long while graving, here's my new
12-Apr-2002: Again, no sheep for a while but these two are honourary ones...
A very gay llama I saw mincing around
at Whipsnade and this cute cow someone
sent to me.
08-Mar-2002: It's not a goat, it's a sheep in disguise ok? This is an old
one I found
and it's one of my favourites.
28-Feb-2002: The UK is running out of sheep so not many photos of late.
Luckily, I am a brilliant artist,
so I drew one instead. I added an
alternative view for our French visitors,
The British painter
Mackenzie Thorpe does some amazingly beautiful sheep paintings. Here's two
that I love:
In The Woods and
Taking Them Home. Thorpe's own
site desn't show his paintings too well so it's well worth a web search
if you like his stuff.
Not the easiest person to catch, nor is she wearing any wool but, here's
the Paddock Raider.
I love this little one... It was originally a keyring but hey, even keyrings
can look good!
It is a bit dangerous to be a sheep in the UK right now, so some of
them appear to be taking precautions - Also
We thought we'd compete with the Henry Moore sculpture above so here's
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