Mud Puddle c&c

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  1. sjconner

    sjconner TPF Noob!

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    Here is another picture from the branding. I took about 400 that day. There were lots that the family liked but I don't think are good enough. I caught this cow at just the right moment. Any suggestions for improvement?

    Thanks, Susan

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    P.S. Just for fun - the DH calls this "S#!t Faced in Montana". I know the composition, etc. is bad. Its a snapshot. Poor guy was in the wrong place.

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  2. Mooshoo4

    Mooshoo4 TPF Noob!

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    Aww!!! Yay im not the only one to take pictures of cows!!!! I love that first one! The second one... I feel bad for the poor guy! :lol:
     
  3. AndreaB

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    To enhance your #1 photo I would crop off the right hand side up to the midde of the post to remove the distracting animals int he background.
     
  4. cnutco

    cnutco No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Guess he will not sniff that cow's butt again.
     
  5. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    #2, saw that happen to one of our pigs from about five feet. Damn near pissed myself laughing. The look on the poor pigs face was priceless.
     

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