Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Girl Talk

The weather was mild and sunny this weekend, perfect for an afternoon outdoors soaking up a little sun. But you wouldn't believe the muck! How these lovely sun worshipers got covered with so much mud is beyond me...but I guess you can't see in the photo how their backs are covered with it.

The minute I arrived with my camera, the whole herd came over to the fence see what I wanted. I guess it has been a lo-o-ng winter with no one else to talk to but themselves. There are four in this picture, but three were too shy to keep their heads up and look straight into the camera. I really wanted to capture their beautiful eyes, but every time I moved the camera they moved too. Ha! Do you think they didn't trust me?

7 comments:

Rose said...

I wish I was there with you--between the two of us maybe we could get a good shot! But I like this anyway...

Rose said...
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Rose said...

I will try this again...you ask about the forge shown in my blog. My husband makes knives...one of his is pictured on my March 16 post. There is a link at the side of the blog to click. Also somewhere in my blog is a link that takes you to some photos at photobucket. If interested tell me and I will post the link either here or on my blog.

Old Wom Tigley said...

When I pull up at the side of fields in my old land rover cows sheep and horse must think I had got food in the back and come towards me... I always feel mean then.

Tom

dot said...

No I can't see the mud but wish I could. They must have "wallered" in it.

Chrisss said...

I love how gentle they look.

quintarantino said...

Who said cows couldn´t be vain?

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