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Eric's Mammals; I saw my friend Nelson again today - 20th February 2018
Topic Started: Jan 22 2017, 11:58 AM (5,661 Views)
Eric Hardy
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Fair in County Kerry, Ireland
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Cats
Thisbe
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Katty
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A friend's Burmese cat
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Lily
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Adam's cat Patapon
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Dogs
Mark’s dog Hunny and friend
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Nelson
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Cumbrian sheep
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Canadian sheep in The Rockies
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Welsh sheep
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Cumbrian sheep
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Irish sheep in Dingle High Street, Co Kerry.
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AnnB
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Great photos, Eric. I love the ones taken in Co. Kerry.
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:encore: my faves are the cows and sheep Eric .. i wonder what the breed of your first photo is ?
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A great selection of photos Eric, like Jen my favourites are the Sheep and cows :yes: I love the shot of the Cumbrian sheep :greatpics:
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Jen, I think the Cumbrian sheep is a Herdwick.
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Tabatha
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:greatpic: Eric.

Lovely photos of the cats and dogs.

That is an angry sky at the fair in County Kerry. Out of interest, the cows in the first one, were they by the lakes at Killarney? Looks like one of the sheep in the last one is trying to get in the house. :cool:
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Lovely set of photos Eric.
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Eric Hardy
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Thank you Dave. The cows by the water in a much less romantic place, By the THames about 7 miles from us.
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Sabrina, a horse we rode for over twenty five years, she died aged 30
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For a much shorter time we had a second horse, Cedar
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Billy, a friend's horse
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Wild horses, Gower Peninsular
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Lovely captures Eric.
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Night Owl
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A beautiful set of photos Eric :greatpics:
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Thank youDave, Now for some donkeys.

Donkeys in a field near us.
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Our long lived donkey , Susie with her first foal Seamus
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And her second foal, Sean
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A lovely selection of animal photos Eric :clap2:
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Lovely photos, Eric. Donkey foals are just delightful.
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Thank you Jan.

Ann, the first foal was born at Christmas and we were having a party next day. Seamus was quite a sensation when I carried him into our living room in my arms.
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Wonderful photos Eric, Donkey's are such characters.
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Beautiful photos Eric :cool2:
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