So cute that they're all looking right at you! Amazing photo!
great shot of these cuties! all eyes on you!
And very curious it seems
They seem to think you are very, very interesting!
Great shot Lulu! The colors and light are really nice.Love dairy farms... I remember one in MD that used to serve wonderful ice-cream (using milk fresh from the cows, like ones you've captured here ;)
These can't possible by those lovelies you photographed on Numbers Theme Day...now all grown up! No...that was only a couple of months ago. Ha Ha! Super sweet photo, Lulu. They like you, for sure!
Adele - thanks! They were probably wondering who this strange person was with the camera, haha :)Tanya - thank you! They were so cute up close.Mo - curious indeed - I wonder what they were thinking.EG - humans with cameras must seem odd to them for sure :)Catherine - oh how I'd love that! I wonder if the farm in MD still does that? The folks at this farm make delicious raw-milk cheese on-site, aged in their cheese caves. So good!LOL - haha, I think some may be the mummies of the Numbers Theme Day babies! :) They wander in the pastures sometimes with their calves in spring, until the calves are weaned, it's sweet to see!
They really do have cute faces.
Oh I love this rural image Lulu, cows have such big brown eyes, they look such soft, pretty creatures.
Randy - they're surprisingly cute even up close :)Stefan - LOLPerthDailyPhoto - I remember you mentioning something about the phrase cow eyes on another post and I totally see it with these cows! :)
Jerseys are well known for being docile and as you show here are also quite pretty cows. I met a farmer with a Jersey cow herd here in Leeds last summer but have yet to get out there for some pictures.
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