HUMBUG? Oh no, this delightful flock gathered in the window of Charlotte Woodson Antiques in Mountain Brook, is begging for you to come and give them a good home. J. Colin Richmond, Colinscreatures, in North Carolina is the artist and you can find many more of his delightful porcelin creatures here and on his website. Stay tuned, I'm saving one more wonderful offering from Dinah Toro's lovely shop window and Colin very soon!
on dirait une petite creche, beau focus
These are too cute.
The Banner is spectacular V. And I love me some sheeps.
They look like they're singing.
Lovely! I like the German Sheep too. Bonne journée, Virginia, bêêê.
On dirait des vrais ...ces petits moutons!
Love the header! And the sheep. They are so cleverly arranged.
these are so cute.
Adorable. Looks like a terrific window display. And I too really like your Christmas tree header.
I'm so smitten. Never seen anything like them.
I was shopping in Mountain Brook with three friends from Auburn yesterday and we were all captivated by this window. We went inside and saw even more absolutely adorable sheep. These were the cutest things we saw on our entire trip--they are wonderful.
Oh .. I want some .. do they sell them online?
they are so beautiful Virginia.
For a moment i thought they were alive, real.
This is really funny! Very cute sheep herd.
V., of course you can use the cat/fortress photo, but tell your students I only use Cybershot cameras so they won't expect some great image quality! :-)
ALERT: gratuitous cuteness! Gratuitous cuteness! Well, it is pretty damn cute. The way they have their mouths open makes them look like they are pleading for something.
Darling! I have to admit, I thought they were real at first, too!!!
Super cute! I like the one on the lower left, He's the baritone.
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