Cowboys At Work © Vicki Ferrari by Vicki Ferrari

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This was taken in 1988, in North Queensland, after mustering catttle into the yards.
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  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithover 5 years ago

    These pieces of Australia are great Vicki.The history of a nation.

  • Thanks Garth, glad you like them! Unusual cattle yards too, being so large (as in height) apparently. Cheers, Vicki :))

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Paul Thompson Photography
    Paul Thompson ...over 5 years ago

    Great capture Vicki

  • Thanks Paul! Cheers, Vicki :)

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • rosson1
    rosson1over 5 years ago

    Great shot VF…cultural actually. And brilliant choice of frame:) My fav:)

  • Thanks so much Ralph and thanks for the fave!
    Cheers, Vicki :))

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • rosson1
    rosson1over 5 years ago

    Age and face again VF…woo hoo!

  • You’ve lost me (not that that is hard to do, mind you!!)! What do you mean?! :) (one day, my brain will work automatically!!)

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • rosson1
    rosson1over 5 years ago

    Notice that you age is up…or has it always been? If it has…it’s my brain that needs an overhaul:)

  • No, age wasn’t up before, only a recent addition! I was thinking of changing the avatar but naahh…. stick to smiley for a while! Not far away from 46!! 4 years from half a century! But hey, you’re closer, I believe!!!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • davesphotographics
    davesphotograp...over 5 years ago

    wow great capture nice action shot good work

  • Thanks Dave! Glad you like it! Cheers, Vicki :))

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • eclectica
    eclecticaover 5 years ago

    Gotta love those cowboys… mmmm nice butt too… on the steer of course – you know thinking of pot roast and….. think I better stop there LOL Fantastic

  • LOL…. picking myself up off the floor…. heh heh heh!!! I know someone who will get a laugh out of this, if they happen to read the comments… Glad you like it Ms T or is that Ms D?!!

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Keiran Lusk
    Keiran Luskover 5 years ago

    Ah yes, the perfect capture of two Queensland cowboys. This could be the poster image for the next XXXX beer ad. Nicely captured Vicki.

  • Thanks Keiran, appreciate your comments! So kind! Vicki :))

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Joe Mortelliti
    Joe Mortellitiover 5 years ago

    Love the ruggness captured Vicki,great result

  • Thanks Joe! It can be very rugged up there too!!! ::)) Vicki :)

    – Vicki Ferrari

  • Joe Mortelliti
    Joe Mortellitiover 5 years ago

    I travelled outback Queensland’s Channel country and the tree trunks looked … and feel like rock.
    Went via one station where we opened and closed gates for hours, finally got to the front gate and the sign stated the station was 1million hectacres.

  • I know that feeling about the gates… my first experience at Collinsville/Mt Coolon was like that! Arriving at 2am and I had no idea where I was…. and so many bloody gates! We don’t have that many in central nsw! And I always like to know where I am and I do use the sun and shadows as a compass – bit hard to at 2am!!! Especially in a slow truck! And after you thought you had been abandoned at Mackay airport (back in the days when it was a shed and use to actually close!) and I had never been up north until that day!!! And knew no-one bar the person supposedly picking me up… and they only contacted the head station once a week via the radio… (are you having a bit of a chuckle there Joe!! I hope so!!)
    :)))

    – Vicki Ferrari

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