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August 04, 2012


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Rambling Woods

I wouldn't have thought of it as farm country..cute cow..

Rita aka Cashjocky

Delightful shot. And it appears that the cows in Florida do not have to live with a face full of flies like they do here. I am always removing them before I post a cow picture.


These are great compositions.


Awesome! I love the one where she's looking right at you. Did NOT know that cows ate palm fronds. Learn something every day.


That cow has perfectly posed for your camera!


Love your photo. I was one of those that never thought of Florida as being farm country. Being from Kentucky, I guess I always thought of Florida as being beaches and tourists areas only. I was surprised to see cattle on recent visits to Florida, even near Disney World. But, they seemed to be thriving so why not.


Fantastic photos and I am one of those that never thought of Fl as cow country ~ thanks, (A Creative Harbor)


I understand inland Fla is quite rural, the old Florida....didn't know cows ate palms! Learn something new every day...


Contentment among the fronds. These are such peaceful photos, Sallie.


Great shots. I wouldn't have thought of palms as being good grazing plants. Learn something new most days.


Really neat shots! I wonder if that cow is of the Florida Cracker breed or the Piney Woods breed...a cow that would handle heat really well.

Whatever it is you did a wonderful job with that photographic capture.


laura k

OH COWS!! i think they have the cutest faces! great shots!

((i've lived in FL since '87...in a few different areas...and it seems where ever i go...besides the rivers & swamp & marshes...there are fields of orange groves, strawberries...and horses and COWS!!))


How cute !
Yes Stonehenge was great and I was so lucky with the weather !


cette mimi vache est curieuse


Lovely, unusual shots: I never see a white cow locally!


Cows and palm fronds do seem like an unusual combination.


Love the cow. It looks like s/he is posing for you!


I used to live in Florida, but I've never seen a cow munching on a palm. A very funny sight! Love it. :)

Louis la Vache

«Louis» thanks you for this favorable publicity for his bovine relatives...and for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo...

Rainfield (雨田)

Always love the little one.

So cute and beautiful.


She's such a pretty cow!

Gemma Wiseman

Love the white of this cow! So adorable peeking through the palm fronds!

Colin Huggins

Great photo of the cow/heifer or steer, certainly not a bull. Looks like a British White or a French Charolais.
As the charolais do not mind colder conditions, I suspect it could be of that breed. Excellent meat, for we lovers of steaks. Friends of mine breed the charolais in Iowa as a hobby farm interest. Talk about pampered cattle, seeing was believing - ha ha! As you can see I am one of those boys -
as the saying goes -"You can take the boy/girl out of the country but you can't take the country out of the boy/girl".
I love it when you put up rural scenes.
Colin (Brisbane.Australia)
Weather report: 7.45am Sunday 5th. August.
Incredible - sunny clear skies and so far none of the horrible August winds! Fingers crossed it stays this way for the rest of August!!!!

Sally in WA

I didn't think your canal cottage area was very rural, either. I learned something today!


How cute!

Pomeranian, your comment is always highly appreciated! Have a great weekend.


so cute! love the bottom right corner pic! :)

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