This dude made it very clear that stepping into the sheep pen where the two lambs were resting was not a very good idea. Thanking the stars for the existence of zoom lens, I stayed where I was! I am pretty sure that he is faster in the snow than me and those horns looked pretty well used.
More pictures from Old Sturbridge Village…
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This is the local tinsmith and his work is actually very fine. I photographed several examples of his work, one of which is the next photo.
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