These are beautiful, Bob! I follow a blog in Nova Scotia that raises these cattle. They are the COOLEST! And their calves are nothing short of adorable. :)
Hi friend! Your page is amazing. My best regards. LuGoyaZ.
A rancher in NE Oregon has a herd of these; earlier this spring, I photographed bulls of four different colors.
Beautiful images. Have a nice week.
Now you've thrown us off our burger. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
Welcome home Bob!I love that last shot!
Definitely the strangest looking cattle I've ever seen! Sort of reminds me of the first time Sam and I came across a llama when we were out shooting. Sam had that look on his face that said "What kind of dog are you?"
I love these cattle. Beautiful creatures. I often wonder if they are all as docile as the ones I've met. Love that second last shot!
Great shots of the most gentle of cattle.
Beautiful beasts of burden. There is a pet farm on the other side of our county, and they have one of these. Great images!
Hello Bob, I have seen live this kind of cow when I visited Glamis Castle and I was fascinated !!!!
They really are very impressive Bob. They look quite fierce but I see that Adrian says they are gentle giants.
Great shots, love the detail photos.
If you didn't know they were so good-natured, you'd be tempted to turn and flee...nice to know life of such ancient origins and mien still thrives.
omg! thanks for sharing this!very impressive and powerful shots, especially the two from the bottom.great cattle!welcome back!
Impressionante! Fan´tastico!Gostei muito, amigo!Belíssimas fotos!
They are beautiful Bob! I love how you captured the cinnamon color in their fur and the close up of the nose , face.....Great compositions! The only time I have seen something close to this cattle, was at a Maine fair..It was the Texas Longhorn...All very impressive animals...Happy you had a wonderful vacation!! Linda
WOW! What a beast...I love the shaggy fur, and your photos are stunning. The second to last is incredible.