Sunday, January 28, 2018

Texas Longhorns on Florida's Short Grass




15 comments:

William Kendall said...

You've been noticed! An animal I would not want irritated with me!

RedPat said...

They are impressive!

bill burke said...

Very impressive looking. Those horns could do a lot of damage.

Michelle said...

Those are some serious horns!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Magnificent horns! Gosh you wouldn't like to be on the other end of those 😱

Taken For Granted said...

These longhorns are great looking cattle, and they can be great tasting too.

Kay said...

I've seen a couple of this sort around here. They had more to graze on.

Sandi said...

Those horns...yikes!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We were surprised to see so many cattle when we first came to Florida... we know better now, but the beautiful longhorns still command my attention!

Bergson said...

Horns rather impressive.
I will not like milking

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Belos e imponentes animais.
Um abraço e boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Fantastic photos. Always strange to see them out of Texas, but thee are beautiful creatures.

Janis
GDP

Sharon Anck said...

Handsome fellows! They appear to be interested in you.

Lois said...

They are fun to see! There are some Longhorns not too far from Tallahassee, but I only see them when I am driving along I-10, so it's a bit hard to get a photo.

By the way, my camera is nothing fancy, just a Canon PowerShot SX400 IS which is a point and shoot with an really good zoom lens. I've had it about 3 years and it takes such good photos that I haven't felt the need to get anything else. I like it because it's easy to carry when I travel and I don't worry so much about damaging it or losing it because it wasn't that expensive. Here is a link: https://shop.usa.canon.com/shop/en/catalog/powershot-sx400-is-black

Karl Demetz said...

Wonderful horns! The second one looks like a "Krampus" :)
Seriously, they are impressive animals.

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