spotted in Giethoorn, NL - sadly, nobody is looking at me, a broad canal divided us. It was an awfully rainy afternoon, but the stoic, hardy sheep didn't care in any way.
Recently I read an article about "The therapy sheep who came to tea" by Gabriella Bennett, 'The Times', 1st January 2020 (https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-therapy-sheep-who-came-to-tea-vcrdj3gn0):
"First came cat cafés, in the pursuit of better mental health. Then it was the turn of labrador “therapets” trained to soothe the stress of university students and anxious travellers.
The latest craze to calm frayed nerves has led to millennials flocking to a farmhouse for tea in a field of sheep.
A woman offering guests the chance to attend a private tea party with her pet Herdwick sheep has experienced a boom in interest from those looking for a “meditative” experience."
|camera||Canon PowerShot SX260 HS|
|exposure mode||full manual|