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August 20, 2006



This photo has a ot of sentimental value to me. I grew up in Greece and my father was a teacher at Anatolia College, a Greek high school outside of Thessloniki. Every spring shepherds would bring their flocks down from the mountains to new grazing areas- bleating sheep engulfing the entire road and cars that happened to be there, the sounds of the shepherds whistling to keep them contained. The sheep were the same variety you show above. We also travelled quite a bit to Turkey and also saw the same shepherds as your photo shows. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.


That's either a really big dog, or a really small shepherd.

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