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Filed in Blog, United Kingdom by on June 11, 2014

Over the past month, I’ve been studying and traveling around England, so I thought I’d do a photo blog of the Lake District. As I was sorting through these photos, I began to notice a trend.  A trend that involved sheep. All of my pictures were of sheep. You’ll see.

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A friendly lamb

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Filing this one under the list of “signs you’d never see in Missouri”

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All together, now: “Awwwwwww”

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Hiking at Grasmere

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Protective mother sheep

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Lancrigg Estate at Grasmere

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This sheep seems to have seen too many tough times

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Derwentwater

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Majestic sheep with mountain

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Hiking the Catbells

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Sheep in hiding

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View from the Catbells

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Sheep beating a hasty retreat

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Garden slug!

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Windswept sheep

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I’ve run out of photos that aren’t of sheep

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Fancy a game of fetch?

I like that I have so many photos of sheep because seeing many sheep is a part of everyday life here. In other news, I took my last exam today and have therefore officially finished studies at Lancaster. I’ll be heading home in three weeks!

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