A short while ago we were walking in Glenkiln Sculpture Park in Dumfries and Galloway, enjoying the fantastic countryside and amazing sculptures. Between 1951 and 1976, local landowner Sir William Keswick assembled a collection of works by August Rodin, Henry Moore, and Jacob Epstein. He placed them in a moorland setting around Glenkiln Reservoir.
As you can see summer had not yet arrived then, by the extensive waterproofs I was wearing, even though it was June
The sculptures are placed in fields full of sheep and to keep them in check the farmer has used barbed wire fences.
The sheep use the barbed wire as scratching posts, and it gets caught up in the barbs, The wind blew the wool into long white wisps into the distance.
Sheeps Wool July Digital Wallpaper
We thought it would make a good wallpaper from July. If you do not like the month on the image then we have it without as well.
Sheeps Wool Digital Wallpaper
We hope you like our choice of free Sheep’s Wool digital wallpaper for July taken in Dumfries and Galloway at the end of June this year. Hopefully we have included all common screen size combinations, so you can enjoy it too, over this coming month. There are more free digital wallpapers to be found here...
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