Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Mo Moo Moments

Like most creatures, they have character, charm and at times attitude.

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Sam, ya Ralph?  That guy with the camera is back... sigh.



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He's kinda cute.



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He looks like trouble to me.


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You're over-reacting Thomas.  He just  looks like the fella who did your piercing.

I hope you felt moo'ved by these images. :)


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33 comments:

Indrani said...

Fun dialogues. :)
I am sure they do discuss us.

Sharon M said...

Adorable creatures. Not too bright though.

Linda said...

You made me laugh - great photos and great conversation!

TexWisGirl said...

the look on the one that said 'he looks like trouble' looked just like my mother-in-law for a second. (she was a character).

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Too cute! I like the look on the face of the one that said "he looks like trouble to me".

Amy Burzese said...

Cows are one of my favorite animals. Their faces are great.

Stephen Hayes said...

Those first two look like mimes. All have tremendous character. Almost makes me want to give up eating beef. Almost....

RedWillow ~ a Beauty seeker said...

omgoodness they are so beautiful and cute to boot. I miss having cows but not the sleepless nights of calves coming.
Lovely blog

Rosemary Aubut said...

Awesome photos! Love them all and your descriptions are adorable!

Liz said...

These are wonderful!!! I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks they have character!!

Andy said...

A fun posting. I'm always amazed at how they always stare at you with a vacant expression.

Terri Buster said...

Cows have such expressive faces..nice shots!

Buttons said...

What can I say Daniel you are in my genre now:) Great shots and commentary:) B

Danielle said...

I was 'moo-ved' and got a couple of good giggles out of the conversation ;) These photos were excellent...so sharp.

EG CameraGirl said...

Ha! Love your dialogue!!

missing moments said...

Very clever and great shots!

Rosemary said...

The real miracle is that you've captured cows "in the wild" out on a grass field. (I feel bad for the ones that will never know what that is.) I think yours have wonderful faces and colouring.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Such gorgeous cute photos. :)

Debbie said...

haha, we are trouble!!!

Lisa Gordon said...

They have the most precious faces.
These are wonderful, Daniel!

Hilary said...

These beauties are udderly delightful. :)

Val said...

These are great...loved the conversation!! Thanks for the giggle.

Zosia said...

Beautiful portraits. What a range of hair styles and hair colour ;-)

Roban said...

These faces are just adorable! I love them. And your commentary was very clever. Funny that I heard a story about cows last night. A friend who grew up on a dairy farm said that one of the cows knew how to open the gate and get out. She would always be back in her place the next morning like nothing had happened, but the other cows would have kept wandering around. Our friend said that cows are quite smart. Especially this Daisy of his.

Cheryl said...

I do think they talk about us as much as we talk about them! Great snaps of some beautiful animals.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Hahahaha!! This made me laugh - I always imagine a similar conversation when I approach cows with my camera.

Lou Belcher said...

Fantastic photos. I feel as if they each have individual personalities and that you captured them.

Lou

Kerri said...

~ I ~ Love ~ Moos!

Nancy Claeys said...

You need to bring a flyswatter the next time you visit --

mother heifer -- lol -- I'm still laughing about that. :)

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said...

I love these- they made me smile.

Jennifer Richardson said...

i love those tender
expressive eyes:)
thanks for sharing
these handsome fellows,
Jennifer

Robyn said...

I like the second and 4th pictures the best. There is always a few head that stand out from the crowd.

Black Jack's Carol said...

Those expressions look "bright" to me, and beautifully captured too!