Lambs of Tomales


I live in ranch country. Most every hill is dotted with cows or sheep (and the occasional goat.) In the winter, usually around mid-December, lambs are born. This often continues into January, and over the months the lambs get older, bigger, and more rambunctious. They are a delight to watch.

As I pack for tomorrow, when I will be flying out to New Zealand where the sheep out number the people by ten to one (40 million sheep, 4 million people) I thought it fitting to share with all of you some images of the sheep near where I live, in Tomales, California.

Enjoy,

Galen

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About Galen Leeds Photography

Nature and wildlife photographer, exploring the world on his feet and from his kayak. Among other genres, he is one of the leading kayak photographers in Northern California. To learn more about him, visit him on his website- www.galenleeds.net
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2 Responses to Lambs of Tomales

  1. Suzanne Burton says:

    Hi Galen, I met you at your Mom’s store yesterday, and when I came home, I went directly to the computer to look at your site. I find your photographs and videos beautiful, mesmerizing really. I love them all and I’m sure I’ll be watching for more, often. Thanks so much for sharing these. They’re really an inspiration.

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