Your shot made me smile, it reminds me of driving through our hills and having to stop for the sheep.
Had to take a closer look at this one. Thought they had escaped at first but then I spotted the sheep dog! Emma :)
Wow, that's some road block.Wonder how they indicate...?
Now that could really slow your journey down! I have heard of a traffic jam but this is ridiculous! x
Is it sheep?
Is that sheep? So it's just not here thatnboy can getbstuck behind a flock when out in the country roads!
They're goats, and the funny thing is it's not really a country road, it's a main road leading from our village to the motorway!
I'm glad you were behind and not in front or we wouldn't have got to see that photo!
Indicate? Not even cars do that out here :)
great photo, did you have to wait long behind them?
Is that a herd of cows? Not something you see every day!
Goats, you see it quite often here, usually as you come round a corner and you have to stand on the brakes!
No, just had time to rummage around for my camera :)
Looks like my excuse for being late to school! Most have cars, we have cows and sheep on the road!
It looked like sheep at first, from reading the comments i see it's actually goats. Not what you expect in rush hour traffic either way!
Tehe, well at least they are heading away!
I saw monkeys and then sheep and I have not even had a drink!
Right in the way! Is it sheep?I couldn't reply yesterday, but here's what my photo was about! I blogged about it today :o)By the way, many of you asked what yesterday's Silent Sunday photograph was - it's this metal structure near The Shard at London Bridge.I just loved all the texture and the wavy lines.It looked really sinister on the cold afternoon, too.It reminded me of the stuff I used to do in A Level art, where I sculpted chicken wire into statues and then covered them in papier maché.The photo was cropped, and I thought it looked like a basque for a female robot!
Monkeys? lol sheep would be a lot closer - they were actually goats :)