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Just took this up the road.
I love Hereford cattle - always so photogenic !! A really lovely photo Kathryn - great colour and clarity
A lovely scene Kathryn, it looks very dry, but some great colors...John
Never mind the Bulls, I LOVE those Trees! Kathryn. Mind you, those Bulls certainly seem to have taken an interest in you I'm sure they would've taken pic's of you if they had Cameras
Very nicely composed by the way.
Lovely compo and nice colours.
Eye catching image.............love the cattle and the colours of the countryside.................super image.........deserves to do well.................
A Great image with lovely light and colours
Great frame filler, f/g interest and russet palette, Kathryn.
A wonderfully undulating composition Kathryn, one which has huge interest in depth. The positioning of the two rather imposing Bulls mimics that of the two trees in the middle ground which for me adds a wonderful balance to the image, whilst your selected aperture has allowed me to observe the whole scene clearly and in depth. Great colour and light throughout
Excellent crisp capture with some wonderful tones Kathryn.
A well composed image with good light and depth, superb work.
Hi Kathryn, thank you for sharing a little bit of your world with us. Was that anything to do with me???. Your picture makes it look a beautiful place to live!!
I'm still not sure if you're pulling this Pommie Bs leg about 'wallaby stew' though .
Today the Sun is shining so I'm off to see Marge to give her a bit of a wash and brush up, the invite still stands if ever you're over here!
Fantastic shot with beautiful light and colours.....
These Hereford bulls certainly are magnificent beasts and I like the autumn colours in the trees and hedgerows
Good lead in from the FG bull to the next and then the folds in the land take over and lead the eye away into the distance. The only suggestion for improvement I can think of is that the closes bull is a bit cramped by the left frame edge and positioning it a little more onto the 'third' would make if feel less cramped, in keeping with the peaceful pastoral scene?
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