No black sheep in this herd that I could see, but there were a few dogs, two of which were out of camera range. We see here a modern day sheepherder, riding his four wheeler with one of his dogs riding with him. The herder was more curious about me, I think, wondering why I pulled over to take pictures of sheep of all things. Through sign language (I was too lazy and the highway too busy to get out of my pickup), he graciously allowed me to take his photo as well. They say, and I don’t know who “they” are and whether “they” are correct or not, that there is one black sheep for every 100 sheep in a herd. You count the black sheep, times it by 100 and you know how many you have. Easy peasy.