So beautiful!! Can I come visit please?! :)
That calf is so cute!! I love it out there too, I vote for a blog camp out at BL's!~rupal
SO BEAUTIFUL.Id have em framed and all over my house with arrows and the words MIZFIT TOOK THESE :)
I hear ya. They all look suitably remote to me....
Nice photos BagLady. Did you get any snow last night?
Love them all, but the cow/shadows around the tree is my favorite.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Crazylady - anytime!!Rupal - blog camp sounds like fun! Bring a sleeping bag and you can sleep out under the stars. Or the snow banks, if this weather never smartens up!Miz - thanks. I really should print some of them, or at least back them up onto a disc.Marianne - it should be remote enough.... :)Tom - it is snowing like mad (and the wind is blowing, too) as I type. Sigh.Mary Anne in Kentucky - Thanks - I really liked that one, too. :)
My fave is the momma cow with the baby cow:) (Or the big cow with teh little cow - I'm not good at the whole boy/girl thing with livestock.)
Charlotte - you were right - momma and baby. I really like that one, too - the misty ones are my personal favourites!
Very very nice! Makes me want to run away to the country.Wish I had my camera on Sunday during my morning run - saw two geese (mama and papa I assume) swimming with their five little goslings! too cute...
Those are wonderful. I love the Bovines in the Mist.
Missicat - I never seem to have my camera when I see really cool, unusual stuff.... or, if I actually have it with me, can never get it turned on in time to actually capture the cool stuff. I've been trying for weeks now to take a picture of the Pileated Woodpecker hanging around here.dfLeah - Thanks! Bovines in the Mist... think that would make a good movie title? :)
Great pics, and I'm glad to see the backwards calf is doing so well!
BG - Thanks! I was actually thinking about you yesterday, and lamenting the fact that I didn't go out with the Rancher last night to check cows. He was gone a really long time, and when he came back with twigs in his hair, I asked him what the heck he'd been doing.He was following a rabbit through the bush.Made me laugh.... glad he didn't fall down any holes.
Happy after Victoria Day. I stopped by but you were so busy celebrating, I didn't leave a comment. ;-) (Whatever that means).Those pictures are great. I love cows.Moo.I like Miz's comment. Miz took these. (Now I know for sure she's not really running this morning).
POD - Miz runs really fast - she blew through here, snapped a couple photos and blew out again.... just like greased lightning! :)
I love the one with the tree in the centre of it. Shadow cows....
Geo - Thanks, I rather like that one, too.
That first pic blows me away. The sun is so low that the shadows and barely visible - just long, low, and faint. (It also gives me the chills with that glittery ground.)Time for another photo contest, I'd say!Oooh, Rupal has a great idea - a ranch week at Bag Lady's place!Can we do it in warmer weather?
kcinnova - at the rate we're going, I'm not sure we're EVER going to have warmer weather! Sheesh.Late June would be the best time for blogger-camp.... the long evenings and short nights just cry out for partying all night long!!! :)
You've got some really stunning images there BL! Nicely done!
Beautiful visits to your home. Thank you.Vee at www.veegettinghealthy.blogspot.com
Man, I hate ducks. :)
Oh, those are lovely Sis! The frost glittering in the rising sun, the shadows of the cows. Well done.
Thanks, Lucas! Just got lucky.... with the camera, I mean! Sheesh.Vee - thanks! Glad you enjoy my pictures.SB - oops, sorry! I forgot you don't like birds....Reb - thanks! Some times the early bird really gets..... good pictures, even if it's cold out! :)
Baggie, I absolutely love that second shot. It's perfect!
Neat photos, Bag Lady, and another beautiful sunrise! Love the calf, as usual, always cute! They always seem to be posing.
Hilary - thanks! Coming from you, that's high praise!Redbush - I know - the calves are so photogenic, they always look adorable! :)
Beautiful shots! They certainly put me in a contemplative "moo"-d.Looks so peaceful!
Thanks, Crabby - that cracked me up!
For some reason all I could think of this morning when I looked at the picture of the geese hiding in the field is the Monty Python sketch about how to not be seen...made me smile :)
OK...I have to put in the link: I just watched it...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zekiZYSVdeQ
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