I think Icelandic sheep have an unusually intelligent look about them (for sheep). These ewes greeted me with loud baaa-ing when I stopped by their enclosure on the way back from photographing Reynisdrangar. I think they wanted me to feed them.
The lambs just slipped through the fence and stood there looking cute:
This little guy’s ears looked lopsided after the marking. Sheep have traditionally been marked by cutting bits from their ears in pattern specific to each farm, but many Icelandic sheep farmers have discontinued the practice and now use plastic tags inserted through the ear like an earring. In this case both an ear mark and a tag have been used.