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i just love cows ……. do you think it has to do with my love of pretty grass, or does it have to do with beef?.. most ly i just love those faces:)
a shot I took quite a while back while hunting cows in the pastures alongside a road in Florida.
then I worked it with textures and warming filters.. and here is the moo result
egrets hang around cattle to pick at the insects that hang around the cattle.. such a cool world we live in
here is the ORIGINAL
info from “Breeds of Wildstock” here
The Charolais originated in west-central to southeastern France, in the old French provinces of Charolles and neighboring Nievre. The exact origins of the Charolais are lost to us but it must have been developed from cattle found in the area. Legend has it that white cattle were first noticed in the region as early as 878 A.D., and by the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were well and favorably known in French markets, especially at Lyon and Villefranche. Selection developed a white breed of cattle which, like other cattle of continental Europe, were used for draft, milk and meat.