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Posted by
Jason Kravitz (Brussels, Belgium) on 9 May 2012 in Animal & Insect.

these cows live in the pasture on the back left of where these cyclists are riding.

They are very curious about my dog but he is a little intimidated by them :)

Canon EOS 7D 1/250 second F/5.6 ISO 160 73 mm

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Joyce from Montana, United States

They are distinctly local looking, have a Belgian look about them, as Highland cattle and Texas Longhorns have unique features. Ha! I just saw your title. Snicker.

9 May 2012 12:49pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

WOW ... these are HEFTY cows ... lots of meat on those 'babies'. <grin>

9 May 2012 1:16pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

When these big girls put their heads down like that, the dog is smart to be a little intimidated. ;-) They are probably just curious, but who knows. Cool shot.

9 May 2012 2:01pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Smart dog.

9 May 2012 5:10pm

Steve Kravitz from Florence NJ, United States

Hi J, nice to meet your neighbors.

9 May 2012 6:43pm

Dokmateo from Madrid, Spain

Wonderful presentation...nicely framed! I miss my mom's province back in the Philippines =)

9 May 2012 7:03pm

Ameli from Leuven, Belgium

my lord, i have never seen such muscular legs on a cow! they have lovely colours

9 May 2012 8:37pm

Maria from California, United States

hm...these are super-cows, never seen such muscular cows...no wonder dogie was intimidated by them

10 May 2012 4:56am

Jeff from Honolulu, United States

Looks to me like you've gathered quite a gallery for your "portrait" session. Nice details in this image...right down to the tags in their ears.

10 May 2012 8:12am