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Random riverside photos

Brythen on the lookout for ducks.

Rosie Roo walked past fields and fields of sheep with young lambs and was terribly, terribly good.  So good in fact, that I stopped focussing my entire brain on her, and took some photos.

This was a mistake.  Very shortly after this photo, she couldn't hold the excitement any more, but raced down the bank and bounced excitedly at the lambs.  I suppose I'm lucky she didn't jump the fence or take off and run far.  But she had to go back on the lead.

Yes, it's the 'Who's Queen?' face again.  And the Just Gormless one, who none the less knows that Lambs are Not Allowed.

These daffodils  are so near the water, I think the bulbs may have washed down on a high tide.


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21st Apr, 2015 22:51 (UTC)
They are magnificent dogs, regal delusions, gormlessness or not.
25th Apr, 2015 13:26 (UTC)
I think so!
22nd Apr, 2015 10:59 (UTC)
What a handsome pair they are! And truly I do not think Brythen's lack of gorm shows up in photos.

Dratted sheep. We now have sheep and tiny lambs in the field next to the ponies, which means that Max has to stay in the car while I'm doing the chores. Because he would find a way through/under the fence to chase them.

I've been trying to do some work with him on the lead through fields of sheep but if they move off skittishly he starts baying at them. Not good.
25th Apr, 2015 15:36 (UTC)
Sheep are a bit of a pest, but at least they are fairly predictable, so working on training is sort of feasible. But I think in retrospect I was a bit too reckless with Rosie that time, I hadn't realised that there was quite a big gap under the fence (surprised the lambs didn't get through it really).

I am so proud of Brythen though, he has really got the whole lamb thing down now, and doesn't even look at them even when they are bouncing about. So maybe there is hope for Rosie and Max!
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