This image of a ewe and her newborn, was taken during the spring "lambing season" in Michigan.
Not sure where this image belongs (not pets, nor landscapes) so I'll park here until it's moved?
I recently had the opportunity to photograph a livestock (sheep / cattle) farm during peak season, The lambing season runs for about two (or so) intense weeks in May. Births start early around 4:30 - 6:00 am then the barns are humming again, around 10 -12:00 pm with a new cycle. Of course, nature doesn't watch a clock and as luck would have it, (for me) two ewe's gave birth, while I visited.
By the way, the wonderful lady that owns the farm is a widow who runs the operation with the help of her son.
The lambing season gallery has a variety of images of newborn lambs (hours and minutes old) as well as a couple of live births.