I seem to have a lot of pictures of sheep. Including a lot of them looking at the camera, startled, wary, or just curious. It’s easy to shoot them, of course. They’re all over the place. And that perhaps makes them just another tired cliche subject that many would avoid — especially when they’re breaking the fourth wall of landscape photography and staring right at you. But I don’t care. Sheep staring at you is an integral part of the British landscape, and I’ll take many more pictures of them yet. This one was on Hadrian’s Wall on a day when it was otherwise hardly worth shooting anything.
As usual, you can leave comments and stars on flickr, or find this, and more, in my Northumberland gallery.