In the upper mountains of Extrudia they have perfected the art of breeding fibreglass sheep. They are ideal stock for the barren hillsides as they need no food and do not fall down the slopes as they cannot move.
One extraordinary quality of these creatures is their ability to produce these wondrous filigree thread coats at all times of the year.
The upland farmers are able to harvest the coats on a regular basis and they have found a very big market as the fleece makes superb insulation for houses.
It seems that one of these fleeces has been lost from the back of the lorry carrying them to market and it has been abandoned by the roadside.
Today is of course Saturday and this is really very silly. Thanks to admirer for hosting.
I have no idea if it is actually fibreglass - just thought it looked like it from a distance.