Saturday, 20 July 2013

The Cattle at my 'Old Caravan'

Just returned home from 'old caravan' as I am taking people to see Macbeth this evening and am struggling to keep up with emails, blogging etc.  As I share my field with cattle, I thought I would like to show you some stills and 2 videos of them.

White Bull in centre




Bulls Hoofs.
Face to face stand off!


Another Bull in a different field

 This is a video of  cattle in different fields where I walk when at my 'old caravan'.  You can access it at  http://youtu.be/NKxfsiDwJM4



This second video can be accessed at   http://youtu.be/e2ObHR41rU4


Many thanks for visiting my blog.

MANY THANKS TO ALL who left comments on any of my posts and a special thanks to Adam and Trevor who helped ID the bug in my last post.  It was the larva of the seven spot ladybird. 

15 comments:

  1. i love cattle and their curious, mopey faces! adorable!

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    1. Yep1 That made me laugh. Many thanks for comment. Also to Tex above. Just trying to see how long this reply might stay!! Margaret

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  3. So how was the smell? Did they wake you early?

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  4. Cripes those bulls are BIG. Hope there is a fence between them and the old caravan!

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  5. Cows are lovely animals and I photograph them whenever I get the chance. You have taken some great 'Action' shots and videos here Margaret. {:))

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  6. We have lots and lots of cows around us, yet I have never seen photos of them this way!!! You are really an awesome photographer. I have heard that cows are curious, and the first few pictures look like they are coming over to look at you and your camera! I especially love your close ups of the hooves and nose. I think I might try it.

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  7. Hi Margaret, I always enjoy your photos and videos... The video of the frisky bull reminded me of my experience at Yellowstone --watching a frisky (and angry) elk......

    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  8. Cows are always fun to photograph - the wide angle shot of the nose being a very popular approach!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  9. The cows faces are so cute, adorable photos. Great videos. Have a happy week ahead!

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  10. You got right up their noses, only kidding. Love bovines.

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  11. Beautiful pictures of the cows, the bull is also very beautiful.
    Lovely Sunday.

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  12. Always good to see a healthy and contented herd Margaret. A great set of images and (action!) video!!...[;o)

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  13. great shots Margaret, and videos!

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