Beautiful Sheep

Beautiful Sheep
Author: Kathryn Dun
Publsiher: Ivy Press
Total Pages: 115
Release: 2020-03-03
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9781782407775

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This stunning collection of portraits shows sheep as you’ve never seen them before. Featuring commissioned studio photography of champion breeds styled to perfection prior to competition, the animals showcased here are works of ovine art. Beautiful color portraits of 42 different breeds from around the globe are accompanied by graphic charts containing all the essential breed information. There’s also a potted history of sheep, plus reportage photography of the behind-the-scenes primping and preening at the agricultural shows, to document the care lavished on prizewinning sheep as well as the nail-biting judging process. Whether you regard it as a photographic exposition, an amusing objet d’art, or a shepherd’s delight packed with visual and texual breed information, this is a unique giftbook destined to adorn coffee tables around the globe.

Goats and Sheep

Goats and Sheep
Author: Elena Passarello
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2018
Genre: Photography
ISBN: 8874398409

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- A selection of goats and sheep portraits in a profile, a sideward glance, or direct gazeWhen American photographer Kevin Horan moved from city to country, he found among his animal companions goats and sheep whose chorus of sounds suggested they were not just herd animals, but perhaps individuals as well. Experienced in portraiture, Horan decided to photograph them in his studio, as though they were privileged clients. The resulting images ask us to notice the variety, dignity, and personalities of these lowliest of creatures, who speak to us through the camera in a profile, a sideward glance, or direct gaze. With different coats, faces, and expressions, they are funny, fascinating, intelligent, curious, engaging others who command our undivided attention and respect. They remind us that we too are fellow creatures - and the camera isn't always on us.

The Sheep and the Goats

The Sheep and the Goats
Author: R. J. Kern
Publsiher: Kehrer Verlag
Total Pages: 120
Release: 2018-01-30
Genre: Animals
ISBN: 386828835X

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R.J. Kerns animal portraits offer perspective on the meaning of pastoral in contemporary time.

Beautiful Sheep

Beautiful Sheep
Author: Kathryn Dun
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 112
Release: 2010
Genre: Photography of livestock
ISBN: 1742661254

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Anthropocene Psychology

Anthropocene Psychology
Author: Matthew Adams
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 197
Release: 2020-01-24
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9781351336390

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This ground-breaking book critically extends the psychological project, seeking to investigate the relations between human and more-than-human worlds against the backdrop of the Anthropocene by emphasising the significance of encounter, interaction and relationships. Interdisciplinary environmental theorist Matthew Adams draws inspiration from a wealth of ideas emerging in human–animal studies, anthrozoology, multi-species ethnography and posthumanism, offering a framing of collective anthropogenic ecological crises to provocatively argue that the Anthropocene is also an invitation – to become conscious of the ways in which human and nonhuman are inextricably connected. Through a series of strange encounters between human and nonhuman worlds, Adams argues for the importance of cultivating attentiveness to the specific and situated ways in which the fates of multiple species are bound together in the Anthropocene. Throughout the book this argument is put into practice, incorporating everything from Pavlov’s dogs, broiler chickens, urban trees, grazing sheep and beached whales, to argue that the Anthropocene can be good to think with, conducive to a seeing ourselves and our place in the world with a renewed sense of connection, responsibility and love. Building on developments in feminist and social theory, anthropology, ecopsychology, environmental psychology, (post)humanities, psychoanalysis and phenomenology, this is fascinating reading for academics and students in the field of critical psychology, environmental psychology, and human–animal studies.

Sheep Incognito

Sheep Incognito
Author: Conni Tgel
Publsiher: Charisma Art Gallery Llc
Total Pages: 164
Release: 2008-10-01
Genre: Art
ISBN: 0615255620

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Welcome to the nation of sheep It is a country both familiar and fantastical, where sheep can be political animals, but more often are fluffy, quirky and as cute as can be. Professional artist Conni Togel has become a shepherdess of sorts, painting her Sheep Incognito series has delighted audiences and art collectors around the world. Along with the paintings, Conni wool gathers, commenting on her work, her life and how she creates her flock of friends. Sheep Incognito is a moving account on the evolution of her sheep. It provides a glimpse into the artist's studio world and the sheep's rather peculiar minds, along with some never before seen drawings, sketches and more than 110 paintings of the Sheep Incognito series. A true treasure trove of Sheep Incognito.

History of U S Federal and State Governments Work with Soybeans 1862 2017

History of U S  Federal and State Governments  Work with Soybeans  1862 2017
Author: William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Publsiher: Soyinfo Center
Total Pages: 3583
Release: 2017-04-24
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781928914914

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The world's most comprehensive, well documented, and well illustrated book on this subject. With extensive subject and geographical index. 362 photographs and illustrations. Free of charge in digital PDF format on Google Books

Sheep Won t Sleep

Sheep Won t Sleep
Author: Judy Cox
Publsiher: Holiday House
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2017-08-15
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 9780823439256

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Counting sheep is supposed to help you sleep—but a room full of yaks, alpacas, and llamas would keep anyone awake in this counting book with a comical twist. Winner of the Mathical Book Prize! A glass of warm milk, reading, working on her knitting—nothing can help Clarissa get to sleep. When even counting sheep doesn't help her doze off, she tried pairs of alpacas instead. Two, four, six . . . then llamas by fives . . . then yaks by tens! But no one could sleep with a room full of bouncing, bleating, shedding animals. Determined to unravel her problem so she can get some sleep, Clarissa counts back down until she's all alone, and she can finally get some rest. Introducing addition and subtraction by ones, twos, fives, and tens, Sheep Won't Sleep is part bedtime story, part math practice— and the hilarious illustrations of spotted, striped, and plaid animals are sure to appeal to imaginative readers of all ages.