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Horns Hinderance

Uploaded by: Madermade

Sunday December 30, 2012

Graham, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: If only, these horns weren't in the way, I could get all the crumbs in the bottom of the bucket!

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Image Length: 3264

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Manufacturer: NIKON CORPORATION

Model: NIKON D7000

Software: PaintShop Pro 15.00

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10. Hotzenwaelder
12:44 PM GMT on January 05, 2013
Beauty can sometime be a hindrance; luckily I never that that problem.
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9. trailhiker44
6:30 AM GMT on January 05, 2013
Marvelous capture, Trudy !
Seems he`ll get all he wants - although the little one waiting might not mind to get a few crumbs, too !
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8. SunsetSailor
6:01 PM GMT on January 02, 2013
Thanks for the story behind the pic and for provoking my curiosity.
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7. Madermade
2:45 PM GMT on January 02, 2013
Quoting SunsetSailor:
Love your cow (How many cows equal "cattle?) pics. With these long horns, do they ever get caught up in trees?
Oh yes Laura, they get their horns stuck in various things. We have a neighbor whose longhorn wore a lawn chair on his horns for about a week....couldn't get close enough to him to get it off...he finally got him in a cattle shoot and had to cut it off.
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6. SunsetSailor
2:38 PM GMT on January 02, 2013
Love your cow (How many cows equal "cattle?) pics. With these long horns, do they ever get caught up in trees?
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5. nanapoo
2:24 PM GMT on January 02, 2013
those horns definitely add a degree of difficulty! great capture Trudy :)
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4. backwardguy
4:50 AM GMT on January 02, 2013
Haha! Poor guy. But, I'll bet he gets a little respect because of those horns!
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3. Cowgazer
3:21 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Natures way of making sure something is left for the youngster?
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2. Doesiedoats
2:48 PM GMT on December 31, 2012
Yes, that could be a problem, indeed.
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1. RenoSoHill
3:47 AM GMT on December 31, 2012
Can't use a deep bucket or he'll starve
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Madermade

I am a retired lady in Texas discovering the joy of photographing things that bring out an emotion in me. Maybe it is a calming peacefulness, the sheer wonder of nature itself or maybe just a whimiscal shot of fun things. I find this new undertaking consuming all my time and I am loving every minute of it. I love and appreciate all comments and this community of friends all enjoying the same passion. Our Lord and Savior has blessed us all by the beauty that surrounds us daily.

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