Regardless of a string of days this winter when it felt nearly spring-like, this week the climate turned to snow in lots of components of the UK.
But this image of the pet lamb Kelloggs from the River Valais flock getting caught into some flowers in lovely, brilliant colors is harking back to Easter, giving us all permission to cling on to hopes for hotter days forward.
Kelloggs is a Valais Blacknose, which originates in Switzerland and is commonly dubbed “the world’s cutest sheep”.
Thanks to Anna Millar, from Cookstown, Northern Eire for sending this photograph in to the Farmers Weekly Farmlife Framed gallery.
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