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Thank you all so very much for your comments and also your best wishes regarding my job.
Today's offering is just a herd of heiland coos doing what heiland coos do best!
The decorating has started - TV is covered up and I am sitting "enjoying" the smell of paint!!
excellent.....love these type of images
I love these creatures - nicely done Carol!
Such lovely creatures and so nicely presented here, Carol.
brilliant work carol a real cracker nice one
Very effective work here with a dreamy quality to it.
must be really good grass! nice one!
Well contented herd by the looks of things! Like the dream-like quality in this.
I remember as a kid Carol seeing Highland cows grazing in the field next to the slaughterhouse !!
The slaughterhouse shut down and then opened as a dance hall.
As a habit,everyone still called it the ''meat market''.
It did not last too long as it was the wrong sort of girls that turned up on Saturday nights when they heard it was a meat market !!
What beautiful and lovely work,Carol,very well done,
Love those big curvy horns. A great image and very well worked..............Sandy
Gorgeous coos - well done re- the job
They really are delightful creatures - Carole
Another stunning work. I love this painting effect.
Great shot. Made me smile
The horns look so lethal but when you see the face they are so lovely. Very nice work Carol.
Your approch to decorating is to be commended - put your feet up and let the work commence.
Lovely of yon coos.
Well done lass.
Heilan' coos - my favourite breed! Love those long shaggy coats and large horns Nice capture and presentation, Carol
Great shot !!.....love the 'Harley-Davidson' 'handlebars' they're wearing !!.
Great shot i know where theres one of these in a field with 6 lamas of all things near where i live
Wonderful beasts so nicely portrayed Carol.
If the smell of paint gets to much.. cut an onion in half and place it in the room... it should absorb the smell.
Fine shot, after your finished my shed needs paiting
Don't enjoy the smell too much
These highland coos are magnificent beasts, aren't they?? This is a thoroughly beautiful image, Carol. These fellas have two things in common with me. We need a haircut and we love grazing all day long
fine coo's they areto grat animals to capture
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