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Sunday, November 16, 2008

Monochrome Monday: Cows Up against a fence

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~Just Me~ said...

Very nice shot!

Anonymous said...

When I read the title I thought 'Oh-ooh! trouble with cattle'. We had cows that would crash through fences of barbed wire or lift the posts with a horn. They would never be hurt or even scratched but the work was restoring the fence.
These look well behaved. Nice shot.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It looks like that one cow has it's eyes on you!

Catherine said...

Your picture is so 'authentic'.I love the angle you've chosen. Anybody would have taken cows as main subject, but you acted as if you've prefered the fence. It was a good choice, all in suggestion.

Leslie: said...

Ah, cool shot! Love the perspective here. :D

babooshka said...

It's alovely shot in mono and tiesin with my colour versus mono today.

magiceye said...

so laid back! lovely!

Jan said...

Great shot. I like the composition.

mommanator said...

they even look bold(big ) in monochrome!

mrsnesbitt said...

I knew I was going to like this picture by the title...and I was so right.

Liz said...

Oh that's nice. I like that one.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shot and an interesting perspective! :-)

SysterLilli, Sweden said...

Love the shot! It's beautiful. A very exciting angle. :)

Cindy said...

We've chased our share of cows and put them back their pastures. And fixed many a fence...These would look nice in the freezer! Nice photo.
My first Monochrome Monday is

"Sunshine" said...

I love rural scenes in monochrome.

The Good Life in Virginia said...

thanks for sharing.



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