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Re: Sheep breed of the week

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davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:20 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:49 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:24 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:55 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:22 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:10 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:08 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 16:57 -
https://letterboxd.com/film/lambing/

I saw this mentioned on social media in the week, it's not streaming. But with your connections Lumby any chance you can find it?
Nothing in the expected places. :sad:
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lambing2
Dont make farmers like that anymore hard times :wink:
:thumbs:

I'd searched Vimeo and it didn't show up. :shrug:
Looks like just a trailer.
The end states original 23mins is being preserved for future viewing.
I think it can be rented for 24hrs for £1.14

Lumby dives behind his sofa......
:tongues:

I'm not a fan of Vimeo, payed to keep Chasing the Taper.

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chasingthetaper

Then it vanished. So I payed for the DVD to be sent from the states,so now I've got it. But I'm very sceptical about paying for a steaming service.
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Re: Sheep breed of the week

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Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:39 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:20 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:49 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:24 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:55 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:22 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:10 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:08 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 16:57 -
https://letterboxd.com/film/lambing/

I saw this mentioned on social media in the week, it's not streaming. But with your connections Lumby any chance you can find it?
Nothing in the expected places. :sad:
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lambing2
Dont make farmers like that anymore hard times :wink:
:thumbs:

I'd searched Vimeo and it didn't show up. :shrug:
Looks like just a trailer.
The end states original 23mins is being preserved for future viewing.
I think it can be rented for 24hrs for £1.14

Lumby dives behind his sofa......
:tongues:

I'm not a fan of Vimeo, payed to keep Chasing the Taper.

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chasingthetaper

Then it vanished. So I payed for the DVD to be sent from the states,so now I've got it. But I'm very sceptical about paying for a steaming service.
I wouldn't pay for a permanent licence for a streamed video. Only for a download or a one off stream. As you say, things can just disappear from the net without warning.

Probably posted this before but there's lots of old films on the BFI site, many for free. Even the paid for ones should be there for a very long time as it's not some recent stat-up buisiness.

https://player.bfi.org.uk/search/free?q ... lability=1
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davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 20:14 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:39 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:20 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:49 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:24 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:55 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:22 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:10 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:08 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 16:57 -
https://letterboxd.com/film/lambing/

I saw this mentioned on social media in the week, it's not streaming. But with your connections Lumby any chance you can find it?
Nothing in the expected places. :sad:
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lambing2
Dont make farmers like that anymore hard times :wink:
:thumbs:

I'd searched Vimeo and it didn't show up. :shrug:
Looks like just a trailer.
The end states original 23mins is being preserved for future viewing.
I think it can be rented for 24hrs for £1.14

Lumby dives behind his sofa......
:tongues:

I'm not a fan of Vimeo, payed to keep Chasing the Taper.

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chasingthetaper

Then it vanished. So I payed for the DVD to be sent from the states,so now I've got it. But I'm very sceptical about paying for a steaming service.
I wouldn't pay for a permanent licence for a streamed video. Only for a download or a one off stream. As you say, things can just disappear from the net without warning.

Probably posted this before but there's lots of old films on the BFI site, many for free. Even the paid for ones should be there for a very long time as it's not some recent stat-up buisiness.

https://player.bfi.org.uk/search/free?q ... lability=1


That looks Ok, I'll have a look about :thumbs:
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Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 20:35 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 20:14 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:39 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 19:20 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:49 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 18:24 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:55 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:22 -
Cyprio wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:10 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 17:08 -
Monts wrote: Sat Jan 20 2024 16:57 -
https://letterboxd.com/film/lambing/

I saw this mentioned on social media in the week, it's not streaming. But with your connections Lumby any chance you can find it?
Nothing in the expected places. :sad:
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/lambing2
Dont make farmers like that anymore hard times :wink:
:thumbs:

I'd searched Vimeo and it didn't show up. :shrug:
Looks like just a trailer.
The end states original 23mins is being preserved for future viewing.
I think it can be rented for 24hrs for £1.14

Lumby dives behind his sofa......
:tongues:

I'm not a fan of Vimeo, payed to keep Chasing the Taper.

https://vimeo.com/ondemand/chasingthetaper

Then it vanished. So I payed for the DVD to be sent from the states,so now I've got it. But I'm very sceptical about paying for a steaming service.
I wouldn't pay for a permanent licence for a streamed video. Only for a download or a one off stream. As you say, things can just disappear from the net without warning.

Probably posted this before but there's lots of old films on the BFI site, many for free. Even the paid for ones should be there for a very long time as it's not some recent stat-up buisiness.

https://player.bfi.org.uk/search/free?q ... lability=1


That looks Ok, I'll have a look about :thumbs:
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I've been driving a hire car for a fortnight with mine in for repair, and I've not fancied getting it stuck in a field. So it was good to be back out photographing sheep this morning. Even if the rain sent me home early. I got a free bacon butty and brew in exchange for sending some pics to the Young farmers Club organising the trial. :grin: No Hobnob though. :cry:
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davelumb wrote: Sun Jan 21 2024 17:12 -

. . . . . . I got a free bacon butty and brew in exchange for sending some pics to the Young farmers Club organising the trial. :grin: No Hobnob though. :cry:
So you're a professional photographer now! :thumbs:

Saw this book earlier and thought of you. :eek:

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John Milford wrote: Sun Jan 21 2024 21:13 -
davelumb wrote: Sun Jan 21 2024 17:12 -

. . . . . . I got a free bacon butty and brew in exchange for sending some pics to the Young farmers Club organising the trial. :grin: No Hobnob though. :cry:
So you're a professional photographer now! :thumbs:

Saw this book earlier and thought of you. :eek:


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I'm just easily bribed. :wink:

Ha. The sheep spotting bug has got you. You'll see sheep and sheepy things all over the place now! :grin:

I had to resist a sheep dog looking for a new home today. :exit:
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Arty farty black and white pics!
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davelumb wrote: Sun Jan 28 2024 16:51 -
Arty farty black and white pics!

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davelumb wrote: Sun Jan 28 2024 21:49 -
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That made my day I’m still giggling now 😂
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whitey79 wrote: Mon Jan 29 2024 21:30 -
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That made my day I’m still giggling now 😂
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Monts wrote: Wed Jan 31 2024 19:14 -
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Here we go Dave
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Haven’t a clue
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whitey79 wrote: Sat Feb 03 2024 13:24 -
Here we go Dave
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Haven’t a clue
Yes. That is a sheep. :joker:


A Scottish Blackface. :grin:

Can't tell what it's friend at the back is. :smile:
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davelumb wrote: Sat Feb 03 2024 17:12 -
whitey79 wrote: Sat Feb 03 2024 13:24 -
Here we go Dave
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Haven’t a clue
Yes. That is a sheep. :joker:


A Scottish Blackface. :grin:

Can't tell what it's friend at the back is. :smile:
It’s friend at he back is a sheep :thumbs:
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whitey79 wrote: Sat Feb 03 2024 17:54 -
davelumb wrote: Sat Feb 03 2024 17:12 -
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Here we go Dave
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Haven’t a clue
Yes. That is a sheep. :joker:


A Scottish Blackface. :grin:

Can't tell what it's friend at the back is. :smile:
It’s friend at he back is a sheep :thumbs:
You did have a clue!
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Photographed a flock of Lonks being pregnancy scanned on Sunday.
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Went back to get some scenic shots today and got photobombed!
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They were expecting me to feed them. :wink:
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davelumb wrote: Fri Feb 09 2024 16:03 -
Photographed a flock of Lonks being pregnancy scanned on Sunday.

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Is that one a member of the lbgtqtsheepy community with all its lovely different colours
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whitey79 wrote: Sat Feb 10 2024 12:45 -
davelumb wrote: Fri Feb 09 2024 16:03 -
Photographed a flock of Lonks being pregnancy scanned on Sunday.

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Is that one a member of the lbgtqtsheepy community with all its lovely different colours
Rainbow sheep. :grin:
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