joi, 14 octombrie 2010

Where Men are Men and Sheep are Sheep?




Not so long ago, somewhere a flock of sheep lived and grazed. They were protected by a dog, but despite his best efforts from time to time a nearby pack of wolves would prey upon the flock. And, one day a group of sheep, more bold than the rest, met to discuss their dilemma. “Is true that our dog and  master always catches the wolves who comes to our sheepfold but are not always killed. Always we’re  afraid that others turn to eat us.Baaaaaaaadddd! Baaaaaddd things! We have bad things in here!”
So, one sheep spoke up, saying: " Let's go to our master and see what he think about all of this?

The other sheep clamored in agreement, and the next day in the morning they went together to their owner. „Master, we are afraid! What can we do? To be a sheep does not mean to be food for wolves, too!This is baaaaaaaaad, baaaaaaaad thing!You don’t know how hard is being a sheep."

 
The Master who were astonished and thinking that his sheep becames very clever overnight, stopped from his work, and amazed said:”Is unthinkable to leave my sheep to suffer because of wolves. Let me think about what to do from now on.”
The next day, he approached the flock to pronounce his discovery that would save them.
He has started to paint his sheep in bright red and blue colors to “spice things up” so wolves and people could smile on their way to and from work. They were all sprayed with animal-friendly paint, something they don’t mind at all, and they will remain colorful until sheared.
It all started becouse of that wolves and to mark St Andrew’s Day, but now that it has become an attraction in itself, the thought of using other colors as pink has crossed the farmer mind, too.-smiles
As for color, it appears as if we're going to be seeing a gentler palette--saturated, softly intense color of pink maybe in the near future. They're much fun there now, and in case you wanted to buy a wee bit of land in Scotland or you're just a tourist passing through Scotland then you may enjoy what Scottish farmer Andrew Jack did with his sheep.
Hey, nevermind thouse new look. Was a greaaaaaaat idea! They're funky, and they're a kicky expression of self. lol.All you have to do is to tell me your favorite one.
Enjoy!

(source of photos:mother trip)

9 comments:

Ivanna on 15 octombrie 2010, 01:16 spunea...

hola reina! me encanto este articulo! tiene una enseñanza muy buena,poder encontrar fortaleza y herramientas ante la adverisidad y asi resolver esos problemas que a diario nos pasan en la vida.gracias x compartir,me parecio:EXELENTE!!!
Un abrazo y hasta pronto.
tu amiga de Argentina

Nádia Dantas on 15 octombrie 2010, 03:20 spunea...

Always great to come here and read your posts.
Very interesting and original. The entire field of colored sheep.
To you much happiness, peace and love
kisses,
Nádia

Dyeve on 15 octombrie 2010, 03:57 spunea...

@Ivanna

Aww! Gracias, mi hermosa! Eres un amor. Me alegro de que te gustaba el puesto.

Dulces Besos y hasta pronto!

Dy, siempre tu amiga de Romania. lol

Dyeve on 15 octombrie 2010, 04:00 spunea...

@Nádia Dantas

And for me it is a great pleasure everytime you pass by page.Thanks! You've always wonderful words for me.

Be blessed, my dear! muah
Dy,
xo

Anonim spunea...

interesting, what'll they think of next

Dyeve on 15 octombrie 2010, 22:17 spunea...

@theBluesman

very funny indeed. I would like to see as many colored sheep in all colors. anyway wool is painted,and is an extra work. :P

M S on 31 octombrie 2010, 03:54 spunea...

it's almost unbelievable, but with the awesome pictures I am convinced this really is true.

Certainly puts a smile anyone's face :))

luzdluna on 22 noiembrie 2010, 22:33 spunea...

hola me encato tu articulo te felicito por las fotos son preciosas un fuerte abrazo de esta tu amiga española

Ghala ツ on 5 decembrie 2010, 22:39 spunea...

wow funny sheep
it's my first visit to ur blog and i liked it
u deserve the following

 

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