Big Valley Fences ~ Part 9

Are you tired of Big Valley Fences yet?  One blogger left a comment and said "wow, Big Valley sure must be big". Well, yes it is and there are lots and lots of fences.

When you have lots of fences, what else do you have?  Yep, critters of course. So today we're going to see some more Big Valley fences + critters.  

The sheep are in the spotlight today. 


















Next week I will feature the cows.

And of course since its Thursday I'm linking with Tex at 


Make sure you drop by and pay Theresa a visit.

Comments

Karen S. said…
No way! They are always a treat to see, and especially with the animals in view too. Extremely fun to view!
eileeninmd said…
Funny, I think of the TV show called Big Valley when I read your post.. I love the cute sheep and your fence photos.. Happy Thursday!
Sandra said…
I will never get tired of your fences because of what is behind them. i love all critters with 4 legs.. these are beautiful. bring on the cows. i love cows
Hi Felicia, I love all your fences :) With or without paint, with or without rust, love them all :))
And the sheep, too :D
Have a great day
【ツ】Knipsa

Montanagirl said…
Nice series - and that's a lot of fences! Somehow animals are never happy with what they have - I see one is on its knees reaching for the greener grass on the other side of the fence! lol.
Debby Ray said…
Those are really some b-a-a-a-d photos...meaning they are really awesome, of course :)
Primitive Stars said…
Never tire of your beautiful photo's. The sweet sheep are cute trying to eat the grass under the fence. Blessings Francine.
Carola Bartz said…
I don't think I will ever tire of your Big Valley fences - or your Big Valley pictures in general. It is just so darn beautiful. I love the sheep - that one definitely thinks the grass is greener on the other side!
you captured plenty of fence.
TexWisGirl said…
all of them are great. :) really love that 3rd shot showing the gorgeousness of your valley!
EG CameraGirl said…
Nope, not tired of them yet!! How could I be when they are so well photographed? ;)
ladyfi said…
How lovely to see that bright green grass.
Stephanie said…
Felicia, I would never tire of seeing your images of the Big Valley. You have a great selection of photo ops where ever you do. I absolutely adore these images. Oh I am looking forward to see the cows!
PerthDailyPhoto said…
Beautiful rural images Felicia, it looks so green and lush.. things are drying up out my way.. lack of rain :(
don said…
The sheep make fine principal elements in these fence images. I like it best when they are in the forefront.
Altogether a fine series.
carolann said…
Sure appreciate your sweet lambs and scenery farm life.

Magnificent. I wont get tired at all of your takes.
Monika MW said…
Beautiful pictures, lovely sheep. Thank you for sharin.
Have a nice week Felicia.
Revrunner said…
As one who one summer had the responsibility of feeding a flock of sheep, I tend to look at them somewhat differently than many people. :-)
Rose said…
First of all, want to say I love that you left the photos big enough to really enjoy the view when expanded.

And I sure did enjoy the views...that wee little lamb is so darn cute. I have never been around sheep to know much about them, but sure wish I had.
Love the images and especially love the little Lamb
Britta said…
Very nice photos, Feli!
I love sheeps! *gg
FOREST SNAPPER said…
great looking shots and god fences
Gosia k said…
what big farms you have amazing
A Quiet Corner said…
Your critters and valley pix are super!!!...:)JP
Brian King said…
Beautiful! You don't see sheep as primary subjects very often. Gorgeous country!
I love the beautiful photos and of course, those sheep!
Tom said…
No it's really, really, really BiG. Tom The Backroads Traveller
I enjoy them all! And love seeing that wide open countryside! Beautiful!
Linda W. said…
Loving all your sheep pics!
Gert said…
Awww, these are amazing photos!p

Blessings,
Gert
Paul said…
Gorgeous countryside and beautiful pictures!
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
Great photos. I really love the light in the last photo.

John's Island said…
The Big Valley is in some pretty country. And the critters seem to be enjoying themselves. Neat post!
Gert said…
I love Big Valley! And these photos are gorgeous!! Keep them coming!
Melissa said…
Some very beautiful countryside. The sheep look happy to be living there, I think.
Pamela Gordon said…
I'm really enjoying this series of photos from Big Valley and look forward to seeing more of your beautiful pictures. I love sheep and the 3rd photo is my favourite here but they are all wonderful to see along with the fences of course. Enjoy the weekend.
Pam
Terri B said…
What a pretty place..I could just stand in one place and rotate..snapping photos as I go!
Susan (ABON) said…
Looks like a wonderful place. Love all the fences, and critters too!
I'm so glad I clicked on one; I got to see the entire series in larger images! Such lovely scenes and a joy to see the sheep and baby lamb. :) Most certainly "good" fences!

Thanks for stopping by to comment on my fence.

Lindy
Very nice!

I like that last one, with the sheep sure that the best grass is on the other side...
~
Bob Scotney said…
one square of the wire fence almost frames a lamp. One sheep evidently thinks the grass is greener the other side of its fence.
orchid Miyako said…
Hello Dearest Felicia; Wow, sheep (you may know) my birth animal from zodiac sign look SO lovely in the Big Valley Fences♡♡♡

Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*
DougPhoto2009 said…
Felicia, wooly bully. Thanks for sharing.
Pennsylvania IS a beautiful state. My 1st cousin lives in Lancaster Co. and I love visiting her, and driving in the country!! The fields are rich and your barns surpass any other area I have traveled in.
The grass is always greener on the other side!! Love the sheep!
Wonderful pictures
:)Claudia
Oops, that one sheep is not following orders... He looks like he wants out! Fun series. Not at all tired of your fences or your beautiful country scenes. Not ever!
Bethany Carson said…
Good shots of the sheep. It does look like that one is trying to escape under the fence!
Debbie said…
really gorgeous fences and cutie pie critters!!!