Saturday, February 28, 2009

The Two of Us/ Camera Critters

Having a friendly chat over the fence

Such lovely report, the two of us enjoying the late February sunshine together. The bovine was all ears, enthralled by everything I said.

But look at those nosy neighbours in the background eavesdropping!

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43 comments:

Villas Girl said...

Hi! It's nice to have someone's undivided attention. And she/he has such wonderful eyes.
When you have time, stop by my place. I have something for you. Lisa

WillThink4Wine said...

I've *always* been captivated by your every word, so I can understand how the cow feels! :)

Shammickite said...

Your friend is wearing a lovely furry coat to keep warm!

Small City Scenes said...

Isn't it wonderful to have someone who is 'all ears' as it were.
super shot. MB

Teena in Toronto said...

Great shot! Not a lotta cows here in Toronto :)

I played too :)

Skittles said...

Having a nice chat over the fence reminds me of Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble. :)

Sandy Kessler said...

This is great sandy

Rose said...

I like how it seems to be all ears listening to you....

T said...

Wow, that photo is gorgeous!! I love cows!!

Tricia said...

Have you seen those commercials on TV w/ the cows talking about being a California cow? Every time I see cows now, that's what I think of!!! hehehehe

Carla said...

I love wolly cattle! This one is really posing!

Jarart said...

Love the pretty red coat!

Arlene said...

She is lovely. I guess cows out there are so nourished and so fluffy. Ours here are thin and sort of has only short hairs. :) And yeah, she is so attentive to what ur telling her.

Come by to meet my Hogan!

Becky and Gary said...

Beautiful cow EG. I love cows. They have such a sweet breath!.
B.

Pat and Abe said...

I like this youngster. Curious like all young ones. Hard to accept that he will end up on a McDonald's hamburger bun. Maybe not.

Old Wom Tigley said...

These look good beef cattle.... and their coat looks very warm..

jenn said...

I love it! Great shot!

Carletta said...

Are you a cow whisperer?
Nice shot!

cieldequimper said...

Is the fur as soft as it looks? ;-)

fishing guy said...

EG: What a neat capture of the cow face on.

Marie said...

Great shot :)
Great SWF shot too :)

Jacob said...

Moo. Their coats do look wintry. Nice photo!

Tarolino said...

I'm totally in awe over all your photos. They are just gorgeous. So therefore I feel an award is in place. I have thus an award waiting for you in my blog. You're welcome to come and collect it.

Carolina said...

This is a great photo. You almost want to touch the fur, so soft it looks. Scrolled down your blog and you have some wonderful pictures! Really enjoyed it. ;-)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow---you have alot of talents. Talking 'cow talk' is a real gift... AND---I'll bet that cow is really listening--as opposed to many of us humans.
Hugs,
Betsy

Bruce said...

Very pretty cows!! I have never seen a cow but I think I like them cuz that's where milk comes from:)

Tink *~*~* said...

What a placid, peaceful face! And that's a nice winter coat, too.

Tink *~*~*
Now Playing at My Mobile Adventures *~*~* :
The unfortunately named peacock at Disney and Busch Gardens

ChrisC and JonJ said...

I think the nosey ones in the back are talking about you two.
Cute post!

June said...

Wonderful shot...great clarity to it...and I love his pose.

twobarkingdogs said...

Moooovalous! Great photos, as always! Thanks for sharing.

Bohol Today said...

He's adorable, I've never been that near to a bovine. Thanks for sharing this.

Kathy said...

LOL aint it great to have such a great listener. What a great picture. =)

Willard said...

So beautiful. I like the subject and the atmosphere that the photograph portrays.

Willard said...

In reference to you question about the elk: Their hair has excellent insulating qualities and they spend as much time as possible in areas sheltered from the wind. They also prefer sunny areas when possible. All in all they do not seem to suffer from the cold.

Mimi said...

Ooh, he/she looks so soft & wonderful!

PERBS said...

It does look like that oen in the back is jealous and going to check out what is ahppening. lol Did it ever get to the fence?

floreta said...

LOVE this picture.. great colors and cows are my favorite. :)

Dianne said...

she has a kind face, the other two are just jealous of her :)

Barbara said...

Very fun capture. Smiles B

Müge said...

Beautiful and funny shot! :-) Have a nice Sunday!

Misty Dawn said...

I love this shot! It's a scene I know very well and is very dear to my heart. The two looking on in the background is GREAT!

Mojo said...

That is one shaggy cow! But I guess in that climate you kinda have to be. She really does look like she's hanging on every word.

lisaschaos said...

I think he was asking to go home with you. :)

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