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Cows, Cow tails, and Cow pies

We all know it’s not nice to make faces behind people’s back, especially cow’s backs, I prefer to make faces…TO THEIR FACE.  Okay, random I know, but I thought the above picture warranted a comment.  Moving on.

As I have mentioned before, I live in a weird no mans land of city and country.  We’ve got cows, as you can see, but Target is literally 3 minutes from my house.  It’s a little strange.  But these cows in particular always keep me entertained.  They’re located on my way home and I constantly get to see new baby cows which I usually identify by screaming “BABY COW!!” out the window while I almost drive us into the ditch and Speed Racer tries to pretend that I have kidnapped him and he doesn’t really know me.

This little family is so cute.  Big Bull, pretty Momma Cow, and cute black and white patched baby cow.

This lady was a curious one…

And a grumpy one…

And a pretty one.

Poor little guy was trying to avoid me and got caught all alone.

Most people who work with cows will probably think I’m crazy, but I think they’re interesting.  Their faces have such great expressions that make fantastic pictures.  It made for a fun afternoon taking photos of some cows, cow tails, and unfortunately cow pies.

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2 thoughts on “Cows, Cow tails, and Cow pies

  1. This was great! I love these pictures – cows are really funny animals. I came home from the grocery store the other day and a whole herd came over to the fence to see what I had brought home. These pictures made me chuckle. Thank you!

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