Lambing Time on Anglesey

Early in the year the lambing season starts on Anglesey. We enjoyed driving around to see the variety of lambs. Twins like these were not uncommon.

This lamb and its mother highlight a scene from central Anglesey. The rolling grassy fields separated by hedgerows were typical of Anglesey. What must have been a fine large house stands empty in a setting of lush green pastures.

A protective look from the mother of another set of twin lambs. This was near Newborough, early in the lambing season on February 12, 1967.

Relaxing in the lush grass, this lamb enjoys the sunshine of the late spring. April 8, 1967. We had driven down a small road near Porth Cwyfan, near Aberffraw on the south coast of Anglesey.

Climbing Snowdon

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