Pu’u Wa’awa’a rams

A curly horned ram keeps watch.A curly horned ram looks around.

Another post on the theme of ‘Rounded,’ this week’s WordPress photo challenge.

There tend to be a number of sheep dotted around the slopes of Pu’u Wa’awa’a. These three rams trotted off ahead of me as I walked up the hill. I tried to go around them, giving them a wide berth, but they treated this as some kind of sinister maneuver and ran a little faster. Eventually, I got my nose ahead of them (even though it’s a smidge smaller than theirs), and they turned around and headed back the way they came as I carried on to the top.

I do like their curly, rounded horns, each a little different to the others, like fingerprints.

For more information about Pu’u Wa’a Wa’a and its trails, go to puuwaawaa.org.

A curly horned ram in profile.

3 thoughts on “Pu’u Wa’awa’a rams

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  2. Nancy Fitch

    Graham, you take wonderful photos. These ram horns make me think of geoducks, to put a little NW spin on it.


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