What fun!I assume "no animal was hurt during the making of this film":-)
That is so entertaining. I love it.
I think I saw this on Jean's blog -- sooo cool -- makes you think they photoshopped a video LOL!
Thanks for that Jane. I loved it but I'm afraid Henri my Jack Russell was none too amused. He immediately assumed that all those sheep and dogs were going to invade the house and launched into barking for 20 mins!!
I played this like three time! I so miss all the sheep that were around the village back in there!
that is fabulous!!!! I grew up on a sheep property here in Oz (but with 5,000 of the baa studs!) and I love sheep, they arent at all silly...Jas
Oh my gosh! The work involved! That's amazing! Thanks for passing along!
HiThanks for your lovely comment on my blog :o)Today the sun has shone, but it's still quite cold. But there was proof of spring - green gras through the snow here and there ;-DWe have spendt the evening in candlelight - joined in on earth hour....Have great Sunday :o)
That was amazing! I've always wanted to visit England, that level of creativity just reinforces the wish. Coincidentally, the word verificatioin for this is "barktio". :-)
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