Fascinating picture; those are animals to admire from a safe distance.
Bill was able to get very close to these, not that they liked it. *wink*
I really like this shot.
Thanks, Gail. I remember them from childhood. I love when Bill shares pictures.
I knew you would appreciate this one, T.
I wouldn't venture in that pasture. They look pretty dangerous with their long horns.Have a great day Annie.Hugs,JB
You wrestle enough cows and bulls all of the time! Hugs!
WOW! That sure beats my backyard!
We haven't traveled to that corner of Texas yet, but when I do I must see the Cadillac Ranch. That's on my bucket list of travel experiences. Yes, my bucket list has lots of shallow touristy places to see.
Bill goes to Amarillo all of the time. But, he never gets to the tourist places, just the real stock yards and packing houses. Looking forward to your posts.
We're just enjoying the good life!
I think these two are, as well. Yeah, the good life.
noe bull.... !!☺tell yur dad he snapped a grate fotoz guys !! ♥♥♥
What a great picture! Hopefully, you didn't get *too* close! :)
Gorgeous shot! Impressive horns.
WOW! Those horns look like bad news, if you happen to be on the wrong side of them. I'm sooo happy it's finally spring! :D
wow!! look at those horns!! I don't think I've seen many of that type of cow up here. mostly dairy and beef cattle around here... I don't think I would have helped on the farm so much if our cows had horns like that!! :)
I love the colors in that photo.
Long Horns - ya!Have a Beautiful Day and Best Wishes to you all.Peace :)