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3 hours ago, GS-Images said:

 

Good plan Ed. I THINK I know what you mean.   :)

 

Here is a cow dressed up in a pig costumer for charity.

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That is not a nice way to talk about a lady.:blink:

 

Allan

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

 

That is not a nice way to talk about a lady.:blink:

 

 

You're absolutely right Allan. I feel awful that my post may have caused offence.  :lol:

 

I did get your last email by the way, thank you, my "not spam" filter worked. I'll reply at some point.  :)

 

Geoff.

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Thanks for that picture, Geoff. Now, next time I go up to the Bronx Zoo, I'll be able to recognize a cow. Philippe says I won't find cows in a zoo. So where would I find one? This is not India you know? They're not wandering around in the streets. :rolleyes:

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10 minutes ago, Ed Rooney said:

Thanks for that picture, Geoff. Now, next time I go up to the Bronx Zoo, I'll be able to recognize a cow. Philippe says I won't find cows in a zoo. So where would I find one? This is not India you know? They're not wandering around in the streets. :rolleyes:

 

You're welcome Ed. Cows tend to be quite shy animals, and often they hide behind bushes or under cars. If you want to see one, you could try checking under every car in your city. If you're lucky you'll see some.

 

Good luck.  :)

Geoff.

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Under cars? I thought those were rats? And I'm not young, you know. If I start going around bending down to look under cars, I could end up with major back problems. 

 

I was up at the Union Square Greenmarket last week buying some special organic cheese, and there was a place card talking about their special organic cows. So I asked this woman, "Where are these special organic cows?" "Back on the farm," she said. "Oh sure, I bet they are." I said. Ha ha, guess I told her!  B)

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8 minutes ago, Ed Rooney said:

Under cars? I thought those were rats? And I'm not young, you know. If I start going around bending down to look under cars, I could end up with major back problems. 

 

I was up at the Union Square Greenmarket last week buying some special organic cheese, and there was a place card talking about their special organic cows. So I asked this woman, "Where are these special organic cows?" "Back on the farm," she said. "Oh sure, I bet they are." I said. Ha ha, guess I told her!  B)

 

:lol:

 

I'm glad I'm not the only crazy cow-lover here.  :D  ALL cows are special, of course.

 

Geoff.

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45 minutes ago, Ed Rooney said:

Under cars? I thought those were rats? And I'm not young, you know. If I start going around bending down to look under cars, I could end up with major back problems. 

 

I was up at the Union Square Greenmarket last week buying some special organic cheese, and there was a place card talking about their special organic cows. So I asked this woman, "Where are these special organic cows?" "Back on the farm," she said. "Oh sure, I bet they are." I said. Ha ha, guess I told her!  B)

Just don't go looking for cows in Queens, Ed. It's too sad over there.

 

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cow-on-the-loose-in-queens-new-york/

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Still no cows I'm afraid. definately time to review my cow collection.

I did, however, mention that everyone is happy at Sidmouth Folk Week, here's just a few from this year's event, which finished on Friday.

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 More (moore) cow pics for you.

 

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Cows on Midsummer common Cambridge. (NOTE to self :- Must reprocess this image.)

 

 

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Cows Arun Valley South Downs.

 

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And another. Just to show how to get two photos out of one view.

 

Allan

 

 

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Allan, that looks like Arundel. Well you did say it's the Arun Valley, so I'm 99& sure I know the road you were in to take that. A tricky place to stand with no pavement and hard crossing that busy road too. I took this from the same spot recently.

 

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It's odd that the dead tree is no longer all there. I've been back to the same spot several more times since and I'm sure it was still there! Maybe that is a different tree? I don't think so though. Hmmm.
 
[Edit] It's a different tree, it has to be. I'll post a bit more about it in a min......
 
Geoff.
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Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK. 24th May 2017. UK Weather. Countryside fields with a view of the medieval market Stock Photo  Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK. 24th May 2017. UK Weather. Early morning view of Arundel medieval market town Stock Photo

 

Both these were taken on the same day, so obviously a different tree.  :)

 

Mr Moo.

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38 minutes ago, GS-Images said:

Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK. 24th May 2017. UK Weather. Countryside fields with a view of the medieval market Stock Photo  Arundel, West Sussex, England, UK. 24th May 2017. UK Weather. Early morning view of Arundel medieval market town Stock Photo

 

Both these were taken on the same day, so obviously a different tree.  :)

 

Mr Moo.

 

Different tree but very similar. I was stood on Crossbush Lane near The Causeway (A27). Just in case you are not sure Crossbush Lane Takes the traveler to Warningcamp,Wepham and Burpham. View is towards the north of Arundel.

 

I was staying in a cottage at Wepham at the time.

 

Allan

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Allan Bell said:

 

Different tree but very similar. I was stood on Crossbush Lane near The Causeway (A27). Just in case you are not sure Crossbush Lane Takes the traveler to Warningcamp,Wepham and Burpham. View is towards the north of Arundel.

 

 

I'm unsure of the road name but I know the area very well so know the only road you could have taken it from. It's very nice there, and in the right light the view of the castle and the whole of Arundel town is great. You have to take your life in your hands crossing that stretch of the A27 though! Unfortunately you have to cross in order to walk across the bridge over the railway. I once stood on that bridge on the side of the road without a pavement (taking photos of the railway line) and a huge lorry had to stop because of me and I had nowhere to go. I was highly embarrassed! I thought there was room for me, which there was, but there wasn't room for my big butt that was clinging on behind me! Whoops.

 

Another recent view from there (it must have been with my 150-600mm lens to get that close).

 

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Geoff.

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Seems to be a theme to the "random" images hereabouts?

 

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Mark (just going with the flow)

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Geoff, you're not doing very well. Need to practise more!

 

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I know Gen, that particular cow often gives me problems. She usually behaves better if I treat her to McDonalds, but that day I made her a salad instead, which always makes her naughty.

 

Stupid cow. :D

 

Geoff.

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Look, there's a cow in every section! Just like there should be. Well apart from the rules and announcements of course as I cannot post there.

 

It was honestly entirely unintentional and I felt embarrassed when I noticed that I posted last in every section! Whoops. Sorry.

 

 

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Teecee, you're learning that cows are the most important thing in these forums. Others are also slowly learning.  :D

 

My next aim is to change Alamy to Moolamy.

 

Geoff.

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Geoff, on behalf of this Moolamy contributor, be the first to get an up-vote from me, whatever an up-vote actually is.

 

BTW, bit short on the cow front - do donkeys count?

No?

How about Moools then?

Here's Dartanyan, a hairy version, lives just round the corner at the Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary. Believe it or not, Dartanyan has his own Facebook page ...

 

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Thank you, I hope Moolamy grows quickly.  :lol:

 

I do love donkeys but haven't seen one up close for a long time.

 

Geoff.

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