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I am not a sheep he is not my shepherd photomontage by Phil Lancaster

A flock of 5 white sheep (possible clones) enter from the left in front of a cathedral like altar with religious paintings and candles all over the background. On the right foreground a middle-aged white priest holds his hands upwards on both sides. He wears a white smock with a red crucifix and stole around his neck. To his left behind the sheep an older bearded priest is draped in ivory coloured vestments and holds an incense shaker in his right hand. Across the top of the frame reads the legend: I am not a sheep he is not my shepherd.