Almost hidden in this pastoral Mallorcan scene you may be able to see a ewe and, with her, two tiny Persil-white lambs that have just about managed to scramble up onto their feet. We stood silently for some time watching the second one’s efforts to stand up for the first time but, with only a phone camera to capture the image, I couldn’t zoom in any closer than this.
Given the state of mum’s nether regions (probably best you can’t see too clearly, especially if you’re about to eat), these little lambs were born whilst we were taking a long walk; we didn’t see them as we passed the field the first time, but did on our return journey home.
It’s easy to spot lambs in rural Mallorca at the moment; they’re everywhere. But seeing them so newly arrived was a magical moment. And one that put spring firmly in our sights.
©Jan Edwards 2018
6 thoughts on “Freshly Born Lambs for Our Mallorcan Valley”
Nature, doing what she does best.
A great capture in the distance 😀
Gorgeous, what a lovely way to welcome spring!
Indeed! Unfortunately the weather seems to have forgotten it is spring here!