My Sunday Photo 27.3.16

Last weekend we headed to Wythenshawe Community Farm to check out the new arrivals. Alongside a 3 hour old calf and a day old set of triplet lambs, we found a field full of slightly older but much cheekier lambs. This cheeky pair caught my eye as they clambered all over their mother.

Nothing says spring like a field full of lambs.

Wythenshawe Community Farm

You can read more about our visit to Wythenshawe Community Farm here.

14 responses to “My Sunday Photo 27.3.16

  1. That’s brilliant, I shall be watching out for ours up to these antics now!

  2. Oh mama! I know just how she feels!

  3. Wow that is a cheeky lamb, there always has to be one. Great capture.

  4. What an awesome shot! Lambs are just the best. Happy Easter!xx #MySundayPhoto

  5. Beautiful sight, we’ve started spotting a few babies in the fields near us

    Happy Easter

    Thank you for linking up

  6. I love this time of year and seeing lots of lambs every year. Those two look so cute and their mum is like “ah I could kill for a cuppa right now”

  7. Ahhh I love lambs, one of my favourite things about spring. Have a good Easter #MySundayPhoto

  8. I love it when lambs climb on their Mum although I bet she is less pleased! Would you like to link this up to #AnimalTales on Tuesday?

  9. Aww! How lovely. I do love this time of year!

  10. We’ve been in the North Yorkshire Moors this week and have been lamb spotting and squealing with excitement Beautiful spring shot 🙂

  11. Kriss MacDonald

    Love how it’s climbing on Mum’s back! We were rather excited seeing our first lambs this weekend.

  12. Victoria Welton

    I love this photo – a mother doing a balancing act! 🙂 #MySundayPhoto

  13. Jenni - Odd Socks and Lollipops

    Awww what a lovely photo – isn’t this time of year great!

  14. They look cute! I am planning on going on a farm to see the lambs too! I hope we can get ahead of this plan =)


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