Do I have your attention ?
I'm happy there is a fence between us.
The silo, in the distance,
is not something you see very often, on the prairie.
Most of the land is used for grazing cattle.
Although I do occasionally see corn planted,
when the weather is warm.
I have another post on Bungalow Living with Meggie"
to check out the progress of my kitchen renovation.
Enjoy your Monday.
Beautiful scenes for sure. Always love stopping by and seeing what you've been photographing--so inspirational, XOXOReplyDelete
Thanks, Susan....I think we inspire each other.Delete
He is beautiful but even with that fence I would not want to stand too close. I love farm pictures! I also love your bungalow!ReplyDelete
I do believe I am more afraid of him, than he is of me.....but, won't be crossing the fence to find out.Delete
Thanks for the views over your prairie as that's not something I see everyday! Great photo of the Longhorn - at least I assume it is?ReplyDelete
Enjoy this fine Monday!
Hello Christine...well, the horns are long, but, if you want to look at the true Longhorn Cattle, click on my tag "longhorns", on the right side of this page. Thanks for your commentDelete
Very handsome bull there!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Brian....I hope everyone who reads this comment, checks out your photo blog. You are an incredible photographer.Delete
Do you know what kind of cow that is? I have no clue...sure is different to most we see around here.ReplyDelete
Hi Rose....I didn't think much about the breed until I read your comment. He looks a little like the "Heck Cattle"...He is unusual and beautiful...if I find out anything more, I'll post about him.Delete
Thanks...hopefully I will remember to check back here.
Quite a formidable looking bull!ReplyDelete
Hello Michelle...yes, and a good reason not to disturb him !Delete
My thought on your bull in repose is that you were probably the most interesting thing to happen to him all day!ReplyDelete
I'm laughing....good thought !Delete
What a scenary! And cows, I must show these to my son:)ReplyDelete