Travel Photo Thursday: How Now, Moo Cow?

March 6, 2014

in Travel Photo Thursday

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Two weeks ago, “Travel Photo Thursday” featured “Seeing Seals by The Seashore.”

Last week it was “Seagulls by The Seashore.”

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The week it’s “Moo Cows in The Meadow.”

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Back Off IMG_0423Here’s the thing about cows: Except in those mid-2oth century “Westerns” when cows often stampeded across the silver screen, cows usually stand very still out in the field, making them perfect photographic subjects.

Even when you approach them quite slowly, cows tend to either turn a blind eye or stare at you with a puzzled look that How Now White Cow IMG_0327says “Why aren’t you eating grass, like me?”

Cows, like ice cream that is made from cow’s milk, come in various “flavors.”

Some are mostly reddish brown.

Once in a while, you’ll find that that is pure “vanilla.”

Others are “black and white,” not “color.”

And sometimes, a “cow” isn’t a cow at all.

Marin County Line Cow

(No cows were harmed in the photographing of this story.)

(Click on an image to enlarge to full-size. Visit Budget Travelers Sandbox for more of this week’s Travel Photo Thursday shots.)

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