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#133 Tuesday’s with David - “Lone Peep”


#133 Tuesday’s with David - “Lone Peep”

David’s Insight on Lone Peep"

On the drive from TeAnau to Milford sound, there are plenty of photo opportunities along the way. This serene pastural scene is typical of the South Island of New Zealand, the rugged beauty of the island is often accompanied by the serenity of endless grazing sheep.  There are about 5 sheep per person in New Zealand. There has been a slow decline in numbers since 2011, attributed mostly to the decline in free range land. There has been an uptick in dairy farms, urban development, and horticulture. There is one sheep, on the left lower one-third line that is looking directly at me: thus, the name “Lone Peep”. The other hundreds of animals are basically ignoring me!


“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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