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Old 26th December 2010
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Photographic proof that

even sheep get caught short in this cold weather..



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Re: Photographic proof that

Like it! Did you see that at the time of taking or afterwards?
Maybe crop out the sheep to the left to give more emphasis to the subject???
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Re: Photographic proof that

Hahahahaha! Nice catch
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Re: Photographic proof that

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Like it! Did you see that at the time of taking or afterwards?
Maybe crop out the sheep to the left to give more emphasis to the subject???
Well it took me a little time to understand the title!! So from that point of view the crop would have made the point more obvious, but perhaps as well it's good to be made to wonder for a little bit!
Certainly once I spotted the right sheep and understood the title I certainly enjoyed the image!

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Re: Photographic proof that

Well that took me some time to see! Doh!!
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Re: Photographic proof that

Did you lie flat on your belly to get that camera angle!

Interesting shot though, nonetheless.

And I still don't get it .... ???
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Re: Photographic proof that

Don't Aussie sheep cross their legs whilst waiting their turn to pee?

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Don't Aussie sheep cross their legs whilst waiting their turn to pee?
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Excellent Pete, enjoyed that one a lot
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