Photo set here and a view from further round the circle of onlookers here. We went to Vauxhall City Farm, mainly to see the women who spin gorgeous yarn from the fleeces of the sheep who live there and dye it with natural dyes from plants they grow themselves, but were diverted by the photogenic beasts lounging around the place, and especially by watching the sheep-shearer. He worked in a roofed-over, open-sided area on a day of moodily alternating sun and rain and the low light, shadowed by the bodies of spectators, turns out to have been very nice for taking pictures.
That's an amazing set of photos, Jean!
They're all extraordinary, Jean, but that first one is fabulous. It has the quality of an oil painting.
agree with Dick. Like some old Masters still (or not so still) life. Beautiful, and sort of radiant.
"We'll call him Shawn!"
I seem to have forgotten to tell you how much I loved this photograph, and J. did too.
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