Saturday, April 23, 2016

SATURDAY'S CRITTERS AND CAMERA CRITTERS

I found these lovely animals at Mount Vernon.  You can read all about them if you click on this link.















Such a sweet look.



I am sharing with the following two memes, with my thanks to Eileen and Misty for hosting.  You can click on their names if you would like to visit other participants.


Eileen at Saturday's Critters
Misty at Camera Critters

30 comments:

  1. Dear Denise,

    Such lovely old chaps but would prefer to be behind the fence visiting them.
    Happy weekend
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  2. beautiful beasts and it is funny how their horns come forward. Have a lovely weekend.

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  3. There are so many magnificent beasts in the world. It's a pleasure to see them through your photographs.

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  4. Oh well captured Denise! Their horns do look formidable though!
    Enjoy the weekend!

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  5. Nice pics. I love the cows. I like the horn of the cows.
    best regards
    susa

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  6. Beautiful animals! I always love seeing cattle.

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  7. Hello, Denise! great closeups of the cattle. The last shot is my favorite, he is checking you out! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  8. Looks like you had some willing ohoto subjects, Denise, and the last shot was a good close-up portrait as well.

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  9. i love to pet/kiss cows but with these horns might think twice about it. they are beautiful

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  10. I've never seen this breed of cattle before. Now you've given me homework and I'll have to look this up.

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  11. Beautiful closeups of these lovely and amazing animals, Denise! Thank you so much for sharing and I hope your weekend will be great!

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  12. What nice horns you have my dear----The better to poke you with so stay away. LOL
    MB

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  13. Interesting critters. My SIL, who raises two each year for slaughter, would call them 'steak on the hoof,' however, I imagine these cattle will never see a skillet.

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  14. Denise ~ Wonderful shots of these critters and love the expressions on their faces ~

    Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^

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  15. That last shot is my favourite too!

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  16. Hi Denise, super images of the cattle but not sure about the horns!! Have a good weekend. Regards John

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  17. thanks for introducing me to a new breed!

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  18. I wouldn't like to get one cross and have those horns chasing me. Cute faces though.

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  19. green and red buds so delightfully Spring

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  20. Such beautiful, gentle, docile looking creatures. Hope they don't lose friends because of the horns.

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  21. They certainly are well built.

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  22. I would not want to meet one of those animals on a road in the middle of nowhere. I can't run!!

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  23. Great photo's of these cattle, and I also like the blossom in the first photo too.

    All the best Jan

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  24. Fun to see these! They look intelligent.

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