A Wildlife Gunslinger.
who you looking at?....Stunning image Keith...[;o)
all your pics are excellent, always I love to see it, have a nice sunday my dear friend, big hugh Kathrin
Eye, eye, eye, what do we have here then?
A very nice cow.........lovely DOF. Bet it speaks Welsh fluently.
Thank you Indrani :-)Thanks Trevor.Kathrin, thank you. Enjoy your day too. :-)Cheers Bob :-)Thanks Adrian. Yea, he was really friendly.
love cattle! love their eyelashes. :)
This is just great Keith.
Interesting picture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
A lovely close up... I meet up with many on my local walks but stay well clear of dairy Bulls.
A very peaceful image for today.
Thanks Theresa. He's certainly got some long eyelashes here. :-)Thanks Roy. He was a beauty.Thank you Gary.This one was really friendly Andrew.Thanks Gillian :-)Thank you Dave.
Very cute and peaceful.Wonderful picture!Greetings from Switzerland,Yvonne and Raphael
Thank you for your comments Yvonne and Raphael, and thanks for stopping by. :-)
Great shot, Keith. Interesting perspective.
Hi...Well, I think...is that a cow?Or a goat?Great photo, man! Really!Love itI think I'll be back.
Like it :)
a gorgeous cowlick on a gorgeous cow!
M, I really like this shot! Like the composition and like the colours! Like the eye lashes too!
Love your choice to crop in an unusual way...
Those are some stunning lashes. Congratulations on taking a photo of a dark animal and getting such beautiful results (so often they end up looking like an inkspot!).
Thanks Linda. :-)BlueShell thanks for stopping by, and your comment. Come back anytime :-)Thank you Mike :-)Thanks Sondra; he was a beauty.Thank you Robin.Thanks Madge. I like to try and take things a little differently sometimes.JoLynne, thank you. Yea, they can be tricky sometimes.
Beautiful eye Keith, but it does not have any feathers around ;-)
Cheers Chris lolYea, a bit of a change for me ;-)
what a warm feeling that face gives offyour header quotes and photo make me smile and tug at my heart a bitthank you for visiting my Steve Jobs post :)
Moove on over... :) Nice Image.Keith, this weekend we (my wife, 18 year old son and I) went to the Grand Teton National Park. Imagine my surprise when we met a couple of gentlemen at the Cattlemen’s crossing and in talking to them they live in Milton Keynes and visit Caldecotte Lake. Small world. They had been to Yellowstone and were finishing up their visit to the Tetons.
Interesting picture, Keith.I haven't visited your blog for a while and it seems to me that it has changed a lot. Different types of pictures, aren't they?
Thank you Dianne :-)Thanks Dale.What an amazing story. I wonder if I know them?Thanks Petra. A lot of pictures are from my recent visits to Wales, and the scenery. The birds still dominate my outings though. :-)
Thats a super image Keith. Well thoughtout and and stunningly composed.The thing is that simple ideas like this are always in front of us but we often fail to see them.Brilliant workCheersDave
Dave, thank you. Appreciate your comments :-)
Very intimate and interesting portrait ;)
Thank you Dominic.
That must be a cow. Nice close up.Anna :)