Monday, 12 March 2018

Old Macdonald had a Farm

Old Macdonald had a farm in Somerset: and on that farm he had lots of sheep, numerous cows, a few pigs, a duck, a cockerel and a couple of geese:

Black Lamb and his friends, Shepton Mallet Roundabout

The rest of the flock, Shepton Mallet Roundabout

Lamb on an elaborately carved wooden bench, Butleigh Churchyard

Willow flock of sheep near Wellington

Wooden Cows, Chard

Half a cow!  Farrington Gurney Farm Shop

Bull at the Sedgemoor Livestock Market

The winged bull of St Luke and a packhorse
St Michael's Church, Brent Knoll

Pig weathervane at Grabhams Farm near Wembdon

Wire pig sculpture in the garden of Coleridge Cottage. Nether Stowey

Gloucester Old Spot pig in the garden of Coleridge Cottage, Nether Stowey

Sow and five piglets on a roof boss, South Porch, St Cuthbert's Church, Wells

Ducks Puddle, East Quantoxhead

Ducks Puddle, East Quantoxhead

Lamb on the reredos of St Peter and St Paul's Church, Odcombe

Herd of cows, Main Road, Middlezoy
Sadly someone had parked their car in front of the mural, so I couldn't take a photo of the whole herd at once.  I think this mural was painted by Simon Watson in 2013.

Rear end of a cow, Main Road, Middlezoy

Two more cows in Middlezoy
These 2 are located on the side of a house beside the track up to the church in Middlezoy

Cockerel on the East Coker village sign

Cockerel on the top of a signpost in East Coker

Cows on display outside Thorne's Butchers in West Street, Wiveliscombe

Wire sculpture of a goose in the garden of Coleridge Cottage, Nether Stowey

Goose in the garden of Coleridge Cottage, Nether Stowey

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