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A Sheep Mows in Brooklyn: 1905

A Sheep Mows in Brooklyn: 1905

New York circa 1905. "Sheep in Prospect Park, Brooklyn." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

 

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Dogs off duty

The dogs are not interested in the sheep because the sheep are busy grazing, and the shepherd has told the dogs to rest. When the sheep need to be moved, the shepherd will put the dogs back to work.

UALW

The latest in modern technology, the Unguided Autonomous Lawn Mower.

Buy two, get three. Eventually. If you buy one of either model.

The only downside, don't try to ride them. Or so the manual is saying. And the guidance software may go haywire sometimes, and they end up somewhere else.

Ewe so grazy

The photo is great, but your caption is legendary!

Not Counting Sheep

The two dogs (collies) don't seem to be interested in the sheep.

Maybe a squirrel got in their view. Just like Doug the dog on UP?

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