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Volcano Osorno, and a herd of rather lovely cattle. Lakes District, near Puerto Varas, Chile.
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Wow just Beautiful. Great shot.:)
The colors are so rich, just beautiful.
Hey Krys…This is a great shot. Nice work. I don’t know if you can see it, but in the lower left (to the right of the cattle) is an Australian Cattle Dog, also known as a Queensland Heeler. These are beautiful dogs, about 33 pounds (15-16 kg) and about 18 inches (48 cm) tall. They have a double coat consisting of a short dense under coat and a short straight outer coat. They live up to 15 years. Great animals. If you like high energy – lots of activity, tricks, etc. They nip at the “heels” of cattle to move them. When they are not challenged, they can create their own fun by hearding ducks, chickend, humans, pigeons and even cars. Lol…just thought you’d like to know. Keep smiling, kiddo.
Oh Ed! I nearly spilled my cider reading your immensely entertaining narrative about the “Australian Cattle Dog” in amongs the Chilean cattle! You are almost as mad as me … no – I award YOU the trophy! Now tell me, how many native Chilean butterflies can you identify for me … just so I can list them in the keywords on Alamy……. ;o) ???
– Krys Bailey
Superb composition, rich, vibrant color and perfect exposure!
Wow some place! You captured it really well.
First of all …krys….THIS IS AMAZING….my type of a image and place….and its so sharp….second i have question for you….my last fox image…does it look okay on your monitor? and how would u describe it looks…would be great help what u see…i value your opinionMy fav for sure here
Bianca – your last shot of your foxes – and all of them – are just so detailed and sharp and lovely! I am sooooooooooo envious! Well done, gal! ;o)
I meant to say (clears throat) Chilean Cattle Dog. My bad.
Ah… must be a type of llama……………… ;o)
Beautfully done, great shot.