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This is from our close encounter with a herd of cows and one very protective bull in the hills above Settle in the Dales.
last shot of the day when the sun had dropped behind the hills but the last rays caught the edges of the limestone.
Many thanks for the comments and votes on my attempt at portrait/people photography and for taking a look at this one.
Great foreground and lovely light from the sunset Gil
a beautiful lone tree shot
Really like the foregound with the pool of water in the limestone Gilly, mind you the rest is pretty good also
Cracking shot, like the strong foreground and the colours of the setting sun beyond.
The light is just so beautiful and captured at that precise moment..Jo
Many thanks ... apparently if a bull is in a field with cows then it is best to avoid going into the field at all costs ... good job we didn't know that then
Settle is such a lovely place for walking ...
We were attacked by a herd of cows near there... NO bull
But they had calves and we had a dog on the lead ... apparently we should have let her off
But my big brave man shooed them away ... but must admit never heard of that before and it was really scarey ...
great comp gill brilliant colours and light wonderful detail a stunner nice one
Thanks everyone .. Barbara these cows had calves and the bull seemed so aggressive it was really unnerving! we backtracked and walked a huge circle around the edge of the field but he didn't take his eye of us until we dipped below the next hill
A great foreground and overall composition and as the title says lovely light. - gary
honored to give this beautiful shot 30
This is beautifully captured.
Great shot Gilly - that bit of light makes all the difference.
Actually my understanding is its normally safer if the bull is with cows as he has other things on his mind. I also thought it was illegal to put a bull (over 10 months old) in a field crossed by a public footpath - but it wasn't clear if you were on a public footpath. I too have met a bull on a walk and it is an uncomfortable feeling!!
It was a definite path with cattle grids and it was definitely a bull .... however as he looked very angry we didn't hang around too long to get into 'discussion' with him He could have been a big 10 month old though ...??
Super composition here.
Splendid light and capture!
Thank you, much appreciated!
Like the foreground details and light and tones in this Gilly
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