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oh wow! Hi Greta. Looks pretty peaceful to me. Happy WW
A very a-moo-sing cow!
Hello Greta! You are sooo cute! What a beautiful landscape!Léia
Aloha Greata...what a peaceful place you got going there :)
Now if that cow were in Australia she would be called an Illawarra Shorthorn. What breed do you folk know her by?
I really like your look at rural America. A cow on a farm around here is scarce. Seldom seen. Those big silos that they used to store silage in for their cows in winter are setting empty. Where all the cows went is a kind of mystery. If we ask they say, "No money in milk cows."That is one nice cow. Howdy Greta. You are fixing to "chew your cud" or have already started. If you don't know that cows chew their cud then you need to Google it. LOLI am still making history on my Pick a Peck of Pixels blog. Today I posted a Zebra Butterfly with long tails. He is as big as your hand. Most have never seen one. Now you can see one at Pick a Peck of Pixels
Lovely photo, James. Greta is a beauty!
A very moo-ving photo. Seriously it's a wonderful American scene.Sunny :)
Very, very lovely! I thought the scene looked familiar (as in "that kind of looks like PA"), and I saw you're in Newtown. I'm in Centre Co. Nice capture of our part of the world.
Thats a very lovely picture!But i really enjoyed your title.TTFN~~Claudia ♥
Greta looks quite satisfied with herself! That is a beautiful picture.
She does look a little like Garbo :) Beautiful!
She's the only spot of vivid color in a serene pastel image. Very good composition and funny choice of a title.
Udderly beautiful. I have a soft spot for cows, even though I have been kicked aplenty. Beautiful photo.
Well, I don't know if I can top all of the "pun"ishment going on here but the photo is beautiful and Greta seems very pleased with her situation!Robin
A very nice, bucolic scene! I spent many happy times on farms like this one as a young lad!Re: Ocala's flower bed. Bird's and bees? Are you always thinking of sex, James? Heh. Heh.
The scenery is so peaceful.. and what marvellous colors, so fresh!I'm not sure Greta is from Guernesey, those cows are really small; But anyway, Greta is lovely, and seems very happy the way she is!
Now see, if this were in Florida there would be a sign "Do Not Feed or Molest The Cow."BTW, my son got a kick out of that alligator sign also.I really enjoyed seeing your photos, they are very different from the area I live in. AND, I love your tag line…"I came, I saw, I photographed."
She looks like she is enjoying her day. Imagine being able to relax all day like that!
James, Excellent Picture! The cow stands out... I love it! xooxoxoxoDonna Marie
Great pic! She looks peaceful and also may be in heaven with all of the food around LOL. She can eat her way out of there.Brian
A very pleasant surroundings that cow has.Mama Bear
Poor, poor Greta... all alone and no friends... wonder who she didn't cow-tow to? *grin*
I really like your bucolic photo, James!You asked me on my blog if I use high pass. No. I had to Google it to find out what it is. ;-)
Hello Greta, you seemed content with you life.
this is a nice bucolic scenery ... it's not like that here in Vegas !
Delightful view, James. I love you play on words, you do it very well :D
Hello, Greta! :) She a gorgeous shade of rich red brown!
LOL, great shot, and text :)
This is my main blog.Hello Greta! She is alone and she can have all the grass she wants! Good one James!
Wonderful pastoral scene. Greta looks quite contented. Love the view and your title ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Another great shot. Still having trouble leaving comments on your blogs... let's see if this works! Martha
"I want to be alone" You or Greta? lolA cool shot.
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