I had the greatest time learning about these Angus! Almost, as horses, there is a pecking order. Top female cow, (the one with a tag in each ear) different "moo" sounds from each! What I didn't realize was, the depth of their smarts, their intuitiveness, and compassion for a human (meaning me). After editing these photographs and looking into the eyes of these beautiful creatures - I am ashamed. If they were mine, they would be my pets.
You will probably notice, that they all have names! They are all loved, and very well taken care of.
I really, didn't realize, the depth, intelligence, and soul that these cows have. Just take a look into their eyes, and you might change your mind too. A huge thank you to Michelle for the fantastic photo shoot!
Click on the photo below to be taken to a gallery of four pages of photographs. (Remember, click again after you are there to get to the gallery). Enjoy! The breed is Benchmark Low Line Angus
Two new galleries of horses! These were taken at the Aiken Fall Classic at the Highfields event center in SC. Click on the each of the two photo's below to be taken to two galleries with over 50 photographs in each. I hope you like them. Thanks for viewing!
You can always go back to all of my galleries by going to www.Lauriefixphotography.com and clicking on the gallery button at the top.
Click on the below photograph to be taken to another gallery that was taken today, September 14, 2013.
Again, I hope you enjoy them!
Take a hard look.....
hint... -> I am not talking about the focus.
Did you just say, "OH MY!" ? Scroll below for another look!
Must be an every day occurrence here. Or, are cell phones keeping us unaware of our surroundings? hmm...
FREE TO GOOD HOME
Children are on the left, and puppies are on the right!
Actually, I believe there is a little puppy laying down to the left of the little boy. The little boy is eating a pink popsicle. Do you see the other puppy in the other cage looking in on them? Just thought this was a funny when I saw it. I definitely took a double take! I love that it looks like the cage is latched. Who latched it?
or, not to BIT