An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
They're so funny. I've stared at them at length and all they do is stare back until they get bored or whatever. :)
Steve, they look as though they are putting on their shaggy winter coats-
What interesting cattle. Do you know what breed they are? I searched a little on the internet, and they look a bit like Highland cattle.
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These are certainly different looking cows. They seem to be taking an interest in you or are they just posing?
They are having a great time bathing.Costas
I've been chased by curious, not-so-mellow cows with hooked horns like those you show here. Still, they are worth getting to know.
Wow, the last photos are neat! They look wooley!hughugs
What lovely cows, they almost look like those Scottish ones if it weren't for their coloring. I do love cows, you have taken some great photos of these. Have a great week!
I love that first picture - so cool you caught him taking a dip.
I love cows. I don't think we have any long haired cows around here though :) What kind are those?
These are really great cows. For people like me who live in the city, we can't really get close to nature.www.modernworld4.blogspot.com
Steve, a mooving post (sorry about that awful pun) but I couldn't resist after seeing all the cow pics today. And yes, they do seem to know how to take life in the slow lane.
Wonderful série, Very beautiful cows but where are the boys ???Just a joke, Steve.
I think I will still stay clear of those horns.
Greetings from Montreal, Canada. Love the photos and poem. I once saw a video on Youtube where someone was serenading cows. The music really got their attention and they came over and watched. They were a much more attentive audience than some human ones. LOL! Thanks for sharing.
Yes, they are peaceful to watch ... from a distance!
Interesting. Are they an off color of the Highland brand...?
When we were kids, my grandfather had a bull with crooked horns my sister named Banana Horns for some odd reason. Well, as it happens with cattle it, er, came time for Banana Horns to, er, move on. My sister cried so much my grandfather kept Banana Horns. Your photos reminded me of Banana Horns, a very nice memory. Thanks!
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!