Monday, December 04, 2006

Where town and country 'meat'.

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I was so busy yesterday that I forgot about Green Thumb Sunday, but as it's still Sunday in some parts of the world, I thought I would sneak this photo in. These are not our cattle. They were in a paddock (field) close to a park where we went walking last week. During our walk we saw dozens of kangaroos, a large shingleback lizard, and around 15 different bird species.

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12 comments:

tlawwife said...

Oh I love this photo!! As the daughter of a cattle man it takes me back to my youth.

meggie said...

Love this pic.
I didnt get all the wonderful clouds I should have!!
I did get a nice sunset, & hopefully Blogger will allow me to post it.

jellyhead said...

mooooo!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic cows Alice. It's looking very warm and dry in Canberra. When will that rain show up?

Anonymous said...

Thats a really cool picture of the mooooos Alice..... are they yours.....? if so, what are their names.? Comeon, you must have names for them.....LOL You should be able to sell that picture to a butcher, or meat factory......

Anita said...

Nice cows, in fact! They do not at all like the German cows we have over here.

Alice said...

Judy - no they are not my cattle. I photographed them on a recent walk we took with Michelle's Swiss in-laws.

These cattle wouldn't have names but they would certainly have a number, hence the blue tags in their ears.

susan said...

Love your title 'Where Town and Country Meet' - and cows in town - great shot!

Sonia said...

Beautiful photo and beautiful view!

Anonymous said...

Green Thumb Sunday. How about Purple Finger Monday?!
Sure hope it doesn't interfere too much with our plans for Xmas!! Russ is doing a good job at looking after me - plenty of chocolate!

Sigrun said...

Alice, how wonderful to see kangaroos, I can only see some cows and gooses! It is warm in Germany, 10 ° outside, and this in December, no snow.

Sigrun

Kerri said...

They're lovely moos Alice. Looking nice and fat and content. There's no green grass there I notice. I wonder does the farmer bring them hay?
I'd love to see dozens of kangas, a lizard and all those wonderful Aussie birds. Next time can I come please?