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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Fences

Even though this is a Good Fences post, the fences are hardly noticeable.  Its the critters that take centerstage.
These are the same cows/calves I photograph every chance I get.  I told Roger they are the most photographed cows there ever was.
Isn't it a cutie???  Who can resist a face like that?
How can they be so content in temps as cold as it was today?

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33 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

so very cute.

(thank you, rose).

Nancy Chan said...

The cows are so cute. Their furs are keeping them warm.

Lea said...

They are beautiful!

The Cranky said...

The calf on the right in the bottom photo looks distinctly cranky. I like that. ;-)

Christine said...

Who could resist them, so cute & contented! I love Mom's freckled face & black nose too!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

You are right. I hardly noticed the fence. You gotta love a cow face!!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Sure the fences are in the photos...but I must be honest here....I LOVE the cows/calves best of all. Sweet.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Excelente fotografia e bom trabalho.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, my eyes go straight to the cute cows. Adoarble photos, great fence find. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

EG CameraGirl said...

I love these photos, Rose!

Sandra said...

I want to pet them and hug them and photograph them.. just staring at your photos makes me happy and warm and fuzzy inside... LOVE ALL OF THESE

Denise inVA said...

Lovely shots of these pretty cows.

Tom said...

sleepy critters

don said...

No wonder you shoot them often. They are so cute and attractive.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I have often wondered how farm animals can be so unaffected by the cold.

carol l mckenna said...

The critters are adorable and fascinating ~ great photography and fence is neat too ~

Happy Weekend to you ^_^

Karen S. said...

Very sweet!

Ida said...

Really nice shots of those lovely cows behind the fencing. I do agree that one has a very sweet looking face.

Small City Scenes said...

Little one are so cute and so fuzzy in the colder areas.
MB

J Bonafilla said...

What sweet cows. They must be very strong to withstand the cold. Back in Ireland we bring our animals into the barn for the worst of the winter cold. It's a really happy day in spring when they get to enjoy the freedom of the open pasture again. They run and jump and kick their heels like over-excited puppy dogs. All the best, Bonny

Penelope Postcards said...

Such winsome appealing creatures tend to elicit conflicted reactions … hopefully their fate is not a dinner table any time soon but to freely roam for years and years.

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Revrunner said...

Yep, I'd be looking for the warm hay, for sure.

Gerald (SK14) said...

The top one is my favourite

Judy said...

Awe, they are so cute! I know what you mean, the calves and cows down the road get photographed a lot by me.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

They look like they have nice winter coats on. Maybe they are warm...I hope! Hugs, Diane

Stephanie said...

These images are so wonderful to look at. The last shot is my favorite!

pattisjarrett said...

They're all pretty, but that one little one is even more adorable!

Breathtaking said...

Hello Rose!:) Your fence post is delightful. The cows/calves are adorable in such wonderful poses. I would also photograph them a lot if I lived nearby, and do take a lot of pictures of ours.
Have a good Weekend!:)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

You focused perfectly Rose.. I guess they have their winter coats on :) made me cooler just seeing these shots, merci beaucoup!

RedPat said...

The calves are quite cute - and very hairy!

CountryMum said...

Ohhh they are so cute, and very photogenic.

Felicia said...

they are very cute. glad their hair is really thick to keep them warm.

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