Monday, 1 February 2010

Highland Cattle.




Photographed at Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve Somerset.

10 comments:

  1. Hi A & T, The somerset Levels are lovely and the highland cattle are superb.

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  2. Great shots of the highland cattle, glad you had a good day on the Somerset levels

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  3. Hi Trevor, I have just enjoyed catching up with the posts I have missed in the last few days starting with 'Bigfoot' which made me smile :)

    Nice to see the Coal Tit, I haven't seen one at all in my garden since late last Summer, previously it was a common visitor.

    Lovely photo of the characterful Starling, you can't help liking them despite their bully boy ways!

    Great photo of the Turnstones.

    Sounds like you had a great time at the Somerset Levels, my husband saw a Smew on a small local fishing lake a couple of years ago, unfortunately I wasn't there :(

    Lovely photos of the impressive Highland cattle.

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  4. Thanks Sam.

    Hope you and Lisa had a good time at Slimbridge.

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  5. Thanks Keith.
    Without an expert guide we would probably have been driving around in circles.

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  6. I like your "hippy coos" (as they are sometimes called up here in Scotchland!)

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  7. Hi Jan.

    The Smew was the first to be sighted but much too far away to photograph..a lovely bird and a great pity we did not get a closer view. The cattle were just grab shots as it had just started to rain..lovely colour and they seem quite placid.
    A change of scene ..a few life ticks, combined equals a very good day.

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  8. Now, here´s the real "Red bull"!!!
    Not the fake impersonation from the energy drink :)

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  9. Hi bonequinhoda.

    Well they sure look impressive at close range....never tried the drink.

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