Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Who are you and when is the regular staff coming home?






14 comments:

  1. Photo title suggestion:
    COW LICK

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  2. What an amazing set of pictures! Seriously, how do you do that? You capture the greatest stuff, and I am completely ENTHRALLED by pic #2. Tell me you're going to sell a copy of that. Please please! I simply have to have it!!!

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  3. They are so cool! They appear to be very interested in what you are doing with that clicking black box.....as well as what to do with that tongue! My mom always used to lick her finger then clean grub off my face when I was a little girl, I always hate that! :)

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  4. Great tongue shots! I love pictures of animal tongues, they aren't the easiest to get!

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  5. great photos....so detailed and real...you have to love cows...wonder what they were thinking????

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  6. This is the first time I have seen your blog. TOO CUTE, love the name, we have a farm too, only ours feels like we are 30 miles from nowhere and we are 5 minutes from town, gotta love it. :) Your pics are great. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. What is it about cow photos? I love them! Especially action shots like licking and chewing and skipping.
    Maybe we don't fully appreciate how beautiful a cow is until it's captured in a picture.
    I wish I was that photogenic!

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  8. :o))

    That one shot looks like Mama's whispering sweet nothings in her calf's ear.

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  9. Who says happy cows only live in California? These look like they are enjoying life. I love the look on the calf's face, eyes closed contentedly, as momma licks her ear.

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  10. See the calf in #2....is that a sneaky little grin or what? He knows that ear washing is coming.

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  11. cow lick.. tooo funny!

    Great pix!

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  12. Why are cattle all over the world so fascinated by people?

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  13. I love how cows can pick their noses with their tongues.

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