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This Highland cow, or make that bull – think it’s Callum – faced me for a moment, then decided I wasn’t worthy of much respect. White Rock Farm (Leac na Ban), near Tayvallich, Argyll, Scotland.
scenery, scotland, livestock, highland cattle
A short bio, eh? I am Sheila, & I am short.
excellent shot dont ya just love those coo’s
Our friends who run the White Rock Farm B & B have a very small herd of these critters; all denizens of White Rock are congenial – coos, sheep, cats, dogs, AND humans. Don’t know what I did to offend this one.
This one looks like Callum. The shot is through a drying barn, the treshing floor is between the doors to allow prevailing wind to clear chaff. the barn dates from the late 1700s.I doubt it was personal, I expect he was just off his oats.
You should know, but I, too, think it’s the redoubtable Callum. Thanks for adding the bit of history to the commentary.
Nice framed butt!
Thanks, Kay – I calls ’em as I sees ’em.
Good, natural picture..the Scots love their rock designs and their land…and who would not.
Thanks, Sharon. You may have run across some of my MANY photos taken at White Rock. Owners Polly & Alexander Hamilton are great friends of ours, & you’ve read about them in some of the Christmas letters, too. My namesake Sheila the Herdwick sheep lives there….
If you read ’Painterperson’s’ comment, you might have guessed that that’s Alex, explaining the setting. Alex had a very brief stint on RedBubble but found it didn’t fit his artistic requirements. He & Polly have since opened a gallery in one of their more intact stone barns.
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