Our Yorkshire Farm fans have lots of questions as Amanda Owen posts optical illusion pic from Ravenseat

OUR Yorkshire Farm fans have lots of questions after Amanda Owen posted an optical illusion picture from Ravenseat.

The 47-year-old Yorkshire Shepherdess keeps fans of her Channel 5 show up to date on her family and animals in between series via her social media pages.


At the weekend, Amanda shared a stunning snap of her sheepdog sitting in the sunshine with the silhouette of one of her children holding a crook on the wall behind.

She captioned it: "Dog & stick at the end of the day. #yorkshire#shepherdess#sheepdog."

Her fans loved the snap and how it played with the lighting, with one writing: "great picture ..the dog casting a young shepherd's shadow."

Another added: "That is one helluva a photo! I absolutely love it – whose shadow is it?"

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A third tweeted: "I think this has a great story to tell, a great photographic composition."

Meanwhile a fourth asked: "Who is that shadow violet ? Or clemm or anas or Nancy ?"

Amanda recently shared snaps of three of her youngest daughters helping out around the farm.

The TV star has nine children with her husband Clive aged between 21 and five.

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She shared snaps of three of her younger daughters helping with the lambing.

She captioned one set of pictures: "Teamwork makes the dream work.
Beings hands on & letting the children be involved keeps them enthusiastic & interested.

"They can be very competitive though, arguing about who is going who is going to pour the milk."

Another set of pictures saw the girls helping teenage sister Edith move the lambs in a barrow.

Amanda captioned it: "The barrowers. [numerous sheep emojis]*Pet lambs being taken out into field to enjoy the sunshine.*"

Our Yorkshire Farm airs on Channel 5 and is available on My5.

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