Scotland is a large farmland. In some areas, there are more sheep than inhabitants! In southern Scotland, livestock farming is most important. But there also are many sheep in the Highlands. On the way, you can see them walking and feeding in huge fields.

While I was walking, some sheep raised their heads to look at me. Others never knew I was there; they were too busy eating!

I kept a good distance, not to scare them. A scared sheep means the whole flock can flee.

Here, man and animals quietly enjoy the beautiful sunset.

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