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imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 10:55AM
i like it, the cloning has worked really very well, its a cute sheepy...looks like it needs to grow into its suit....lol.....well taken and processed
ian

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conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 11:23AM
Thanks, Ian! I'm so glad someone actually made a comment!
Codiac 9 333 3 Northern Ireland
15 Apr 2008 11:31AM
You have done very well with the cloning here Conrad, especially when you look at number 2 and see how big the plastic tag was. Cute shot too.

Thanks for your award by the way, much appreciated Smile

Gary
discreetphoton 11 3.5k 20 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 11:41AM
Cloned sheep? Should have called it Dolly Wink
mohikan22 12 2.3k 2 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 11:50AM
ncie PS work. the whitening has done it justice. the original was bland. great clone work too Grin
matt.
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
15 Apr 2008 12:29PM
TBH, the tab isn't annoying, they are not wild animal, so it doesn't really matter IMHO.
But good work.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 12:54PM
Gary - Pleasure, don't mention it. And thanks for your comment.

David - LOL!

Matt - Thanks for your detailed comment!

Cole - Well, I hate plastic tags on animals. Any animals.
15 Apr 2008 1:42PM
lovely shot,you will have the ministry chasing for un tagged sheep.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 1:48PM
That'd be a hard task, Peter - as you can see here, they tag 'em very young indeed!
zed 12 551 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 1:50PM
Aahh, he's so cute and looks like carpet!..Smile

z
BarbaraR 10 17 1 England
15 Apr 2008 2:23PM
Well done, it's super to see him as nature intended.
Lovely work.

B.
chuckspics 9 14 United States
15 Apr 2008 3:04PM
I didnt know that you could shrink wool that much, and great ps work on the ear tag, Chuck
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 4:26PM

Quote:Aahh, he's so cute and looks like carpet!..

z



LOL, yes, he does, doesn't he!

Chuck - Sounds like you have never washed a woollen sweater with the washing machine on the Hot setting. I assure you that wool shrinks a lot more than this, when you do that! :-(
rontear Plus
13 8 7 England
15 Apr 2008 5:35PM
So vunerable, destined for the plate may be Conrad. Ron.
graceland 11 2.5k 2 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2008 5:51PM
Owwww His coat don't fit !!!
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 6:57PM

Quote:destined for the plate may be


I try not to think of that. I see meat as something totally anonymous and lifeless. Let's not make it come alive for me... Smile


Quote:Owwww His coat don't fit !!!


It will, in time, it will!

Thanks, everyone, for the comments so far!
chuckspics 9 14 United States
15 Apr 2008 7:05PM

Quote:Quote:Aahh, he's so cute and looks like carpet!..

zLOL, yes, he does, doesn't he!

Chuck - Sounds like you have never washed a woollen sweater with the washing machine on the Hot setting. I assure you that wool shrinks a lot more than this, when you do that! :-(

,
I did wash the wifes sweater while she was in the hospital having Mrtaz30 (epz member)that was almost 38 yrs ago, not washed since, when it was dried it could fit a baby doll,ha, Chuck
RoddBC 10 40 United States
15 Apr 2008 8:19PM
Awh, what a cutie!



Rodd
conrad 12 10.9k 116
15 Apr 2008 8:23PM
Exactly my experience, Chuck, although I'm glad to say it wasn't me who made the mistake! Smile

Thanks, Rodd!
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
15 Apr 2008 9:08PM
well done, boyo!
KJackson 9 7 1 England
15 Apr 2008 9:45PM
Lovely image Conrad Smile
SueTurner 11 81 3 England
15 Apr 2008 10:28PM
oooh bless, he is all wrinkley like he has been in the bath too long, hope he gets to grow into his little fur coat - a cracking shot, Sue
robway 11 318 Wales
15 Apr 2008 10:32PM
Beautiful image and very deserved HC, congratulations.
John
conrad 12 10.9k 116
16 Apr 2008 9:35AM
Cole - Thanks, coming from you that's a real compliment!


Quote:Beautiful image and very deserved HC, congratulations.
John



Oops, hadn't spotted that yet. Glad you mentioned it. (There should be notification for HC awards as well, LOL!)

Thanks, Pete!

And thanks, everyone, for commenting and clicking!
helena 12 134 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2008 9:42AM
Ah, beautiful regards Tara x
Jouİo 12 56 Finland
16 Apr 2008 2:59PM
wonderful.........

Congrats on the HC!

Jouko
conrad 12 10.9k 116
16 Apr 2008 7:42PM
Thanks, both!
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
16 Apr 2008 10:17PM
A wonderful springtime image, like the expression you've captured where he's crying for his mum!
SandyMiller 10 932 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2008 8:46AM
Another goodun - I suppose I still think the tags should be left, as that is what was there. But it's all a question of taste.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
17 Apr 2008 9:00AM
Thanks, both!

Sandy - Normally I would agree with you, but I hate these ugly things so much that I couldn't resist the urge to remove them. But I've just had a tip about a farmer who doesn't use tags, so I'll have a look and see if I can shoot a "naturally tag-less" lamb! Smile

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