I took the first of that series in September, and, while they made the Facebook page, they really came out lousy because that isn't enough regrowth to really show off.
The second of that series was taken last week. Still a work in progress, but it's improving. (I still like the shorn fleece shots better.) We'll go in ascending order of how happy I am with these photos (with apologies to the lovely girls whose fleeces grace the first half). All of these animals are coming two year olds unless otherwise noted.
First is Glacier Rock's Licorice. Licorice is a knockout true black female who is positively flawless in terms of conformation and type. Her head is amazing. However, her fleece poses a riddle: How does one do justice to a fleece when its greatest strength is its amazing hand? (For those not versed in the lingo, "hand" refers to how a fleece feels -- so, in other words, Licorice's fleece feels amazing.) Histograms are one way, but her histogram results aren't back yet. So, aside from that, the short answer is -- you don't.
What I thought we might be able to capture was the brightness of Licorice's fleece. I *think* we achieved that?