This photo was taken at my friend JP's farm in Durham Township. JP raises Jacob sheep, a rare breed in the United States. There are about a dozen lambs at JP's farm right now and they're almost unbearably cute. You can read more about the Jacob breed at the Jacob Sheep Breeder's Association site.
Camera settings and post-processing: Shot with the Canon EOS 5D and the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS lens at 170mm, ISO 400, f/3.2, shutter 1/1600s. Curves adjustments, color balancing, slight crop.
Thank you for visiting Durham Township!
what a delicate moment and subject(s) ... !!!
... i love this photograph ... :) ...
Wow....amazing photo...I'd love to paint this and hope I can do justice to the ethereal beauty caught in your lens. Cheers!
Kathleen, this is the sweetest photo I've seen in ages! I'm going to show it to my granddaughter. What a precious moment in time, captured in your trademark style. I love it.
I come from china .
I have been your web many times ,and this picture catched my eyes every time.
I love the pink in the lamb which makes me feel warm and happy.
come on.keep your own style.
Wow! Superb image! Excellent mood captured. Colors and PP adorable!
sooooo lovely and sweet :)
Hi my name is Thomas and I am 6 years old.
I love a lot of animal photos that you take and this girl holding a lamb is one of my favorites!!
I love this photo because I love how you got the lambs face with a little smile. This photo is very beautiful!!
I'm from germany and this girl looks like me. I was very surprised to see that picture!!! And very unusual too was, that this girl has a sheep in her arms. I love sheeps! I want to send you a picture from me. Than you can see the similarity.
I looked for this girl in facebook, because I'm very interested, if this girl looks like me in real live!? Can you help me to find this girl?
Greetings from Krefeld,