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BarryC123 11 43 25 Ireland
22 Apr 2009 1:04PM
A nice simple effective shot. B+W suits this really well.

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vickyal 11 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2009 1:42PM
Lovely shot, but I think I would of kept it in colour. :o)
Vicky
danbrann 15 640 17
22 Apr 2009 2:09PM
A wise move. I bet this is a cracking colour image.
jimmypaton 11 19 Scotland
22 Apr 2009 2:54PM
i do have the colour version i will show it at a later date many thanx for your comments
jimmy
PattiW 14 24 2 United States
22 Apr 2009 3:48PM
Superb capture! I don't blame you for getting out of its way! But you got a great image.
whiteswan01 11 13 England
22 Apr 2009 5:20PM
great shot works well in mono
Dawn
Rachel99 10 1 2 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2009 5:42PM
I love these shaggy beasties! I like the b&w treatment but will look forward to seeing it in colour
22 Apr 2009 6:48PM
very nice shot there jimmy
like it a lot
steph
harrattp 12 11 4 England
22 Apr 2009 7:02PM
I thought Highland cattle are supposed to be placid animals. Nice capture and I like the mono treatment.

Paul
22 Apr 2009 9:06PM
Great capture..RamsSmile
Anjantoo 11 7 1 England
22 Apr 2009 9:45PM
I just love your Highland coo
Anjantoo
xxx
Ridgeway 12 222 2 Ireland
23 Apr 2009 12:30PM
Hiya, I like these beasts no end,great looking animals,,
Its a great shot in mono,tones and that,I would like to see it in colour,,
Now where's the toffee !,,

Aidan,,
RockArea 13 18 3 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2009 4:51PM
Excellent image! I want to see the colour version too!

David
ugly Plus
11 9 57 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2009 4:54PM
Very nice mono..
Great textures here...
Well done..
Dave
Tim70_99 10 3 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2009 6:01PM
Lovely shot, great expression on the critters face.
Tim
gregl 14 19 1 England
25 Apr 2009 1:54PM
I think the B&W is great for this shot. Not surprised you didn't stick around...
Greg
microchip 12 1 United Kingdom
25 Apr 2009 7:43PM
Cracking looking beast Jimmy, dont tell me you ran away from a Moo cow, mind you a second look at those horns and I see what you mean,
Alan
30 Apr 2009 7:25PM
Great shot, lovely in mono.
Ruby
lyntonB 12 2 United Kingdom
6 May 2009 9:57AM
Super B/w shot, nice detail and composition.

Lynton
paulashby 11 10 1 United Kingdom
10 May 2009 4:16PM
Beautiful shot of a beautiful animal.
Paul
Vikki_R 10 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 8:48PM
Great shot

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