Google Sheep View is exactly what it sounds like and it’s awesome

Written by on June 16, 2015 in Rare Critters - 1 Comment

It was started by two guys who enjoyed watching sheep while on a train ride through the Netherlands.

Ding Ren and Mike Karabinos said they started their Tumblr feed to dedicate it to a “a particular sheep of the zwart bles breed and because it’s the year of the sheep according to the Chinese astrological calendar.

They’re asking people around the world to submit their Google view of sheep and people are sending in their satellite images from places where you expect sheep to be (like New Zealand) and places where sheep have popped up unexpectedly.

There are sheep from the Galloping Drive in Tregynon, Wales

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Here is a view of four sheep in Marsden, England from the Peak District.

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Sheep in the shadow of the William Wallace monument in Stirling, Scotland

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And a few sheep meandering in a bucolic pasture in New Hampshire.

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There are even outtakes of mistaken views of sheep including sheep sculptures like this one from Wagin, Australia

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h/t: Google Sheep View

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One Comment on "Google Sheep View is exactly what it sounds like and it’s awesome"

  1. Penny September 9, 2015 at 8:34 pm · Reply

    I’d like to make a correction…the “sheep sculpture like this one from Wagin, Australia”…the picture is from Thermal Explorer Highway in Waikato area of New Zealand.

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