"Wad'ya want ?"

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This was part of a twenty strong herd which had been watching me set up my camera and tripod for ages! My quest was to film a wide panorama..Eventually, most of the herd mooooved through a gap in the fence leaving this trio to stare me out. I made friends with them and decided to make them the subject of my interest..and this is the result..

It appears that Holstein/Friesian cattle are one and the same..I'm no expert but if you click on the link you can decide for yourselves!

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Comments (53)

PerO the Viking G- on January 9, 2013

Looking for some friends maybe? ;-))

It's a good shot Jim, and I especially Like the dramatic background sky. :-)

But hey!! Watch the horizon! ;-)

A very Happy New Year to you Jim!

Greetings from across the pond,

PerO

Mircea_RAICU on January 10, 2013

Like ! :)

Danila Lepikhin on January 11, 2013

Very nice! Like
Best regards! Danila

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 12, 2013

roeli bindels~~~Hi! Roeli :) Like your new Avatar, it's great! I'll be having a chat with the cows about your invite soon :))

PerO the Viking~~~~Hello Per :)...It's good to see you here. These guys were not the focus of my visit but they would not leave the scene. so what else could I do except make friends!

MirceaRAICU~~~~I agree _Mircea :) they are quite likeable :))

Danila B. Lepikhin~~~~I did a lot of "shooing" here Danila but they were so obstinate and very friendly, I guess they just wanted their photo taking!

To each of you, I express my sincere thanks for all your precious comments, your "likes", but above all, for taking the time to stay a while

Jim

Səməd on January 12, 2013

A fine metaphor for idyllic life! L

Guizel J.c on January 13, 2013

Beautiful picture

LIKE

Cheers-J.C

&ri.co on January 13, 2013

well done!!! very nice shot!!! like

Nick Weall on January 15, 2013

There seems to be a fourth cow to the extreme right of the shot who was a little shy perhaps :)) Thanks for the info Jim and it remind me of Paula and a lengthy exchange of mooving comments years ago ~~~ pip pip ~ nick

Si's Photography on January 16, 2013

Nice! Good to see you have used this shot... I remember you uming and ahing whether to use it.

Very good! Like!

Renato Pantini on January 27, 2013

Wonderful capture! Like!. Greetings, Renato.

taoy (keep Panoramio… on February 3, 2013

Hello Jim, wonderful shot! These clouds and lights add some spiritual sense to the shot.

Greetings from Tokyo, Japan.

Gene M. - NO views ! on February 19, 2013

Hello dear Jim, excellent shot of these lovely ''girls''! This is gorgeous with the green grass and the fantastic sky, marvellous light! Big ♥ 29. Best regards and smiles from Southern France, Geneviève

Kostia Semytskyi on March 3, 2013

Nice! Like 30. Greeting from Ukraine. Kostia

Andrea Gandino on March 18, 2013

Fantastic shot ! LIKE and FAV

Sue Allen on April 3, 2013

Sturdy knees and a pink nose. I've quite fallen for the lead inquisitive cow. I always forget how green grass can be, although we've had heaps of rain in the last couple of months, this is truly emerald green. Very lovely, Jim.

elida- on April 11, 2013

:) Que linda foto!!

baba49 on April 12, 2013

Great capture of atmosphere and great composition :D It looks like a scene on a swiss alp :D Best wishes, Baba

Nenad Obradovic on April 13, 2013

Very nice photo L+F

Paula K on April 14, 2013

A very Moo-ving picture Jim, and not a bit of horsemeat in sight! xx

Paula ☺

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Photo taken in North Yorkshire & Cleveland Heritage Coast, Brotton, Redcar and Cleveland, UK

Photo details

  • Uploaded on December 31, 2012
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: PENTAX K-7
    • Taken on 2012/06/29 19:25:18
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 23.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.700
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 1.00 EV
    • No flash

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