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Hi Bill.Beautiful photo Bill.So beautiful those cows at ease.Groettie from Patricia.
As always an enrichment for the landscape.
They lie by very in sync :)
I wonder if cows talk to each other as they sit there chewing the cud. Do they discuss what sort of day they had? What was on TV the previous night? And the GDP of their country or the price of milk and cream or ... or ... or ...God bless.
Hello, I like these cute cattle. They look comfy just hanging out. Thank you so much for linking up your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your day and weekend. PS, thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving a comment.
Reminds me if a group of old timers who meet at the coffee shop to chew their cud!
It looks like a good time of the year to be a cow! Very peaceful! Enjoy your weekend!
Hello there fellas!
Bill, this is a gorgeous photo...I love it~
Ha Bill, wat 'n heerlijk plaatje deze koeien, dat zie toch wel graag hoor.Groet kees.
These cows seem quite content.
A beautiful place to rest.Wonderful photo.Have a nice weekendHugsMariaDivagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco
The girls are relaxing.
Holstein Friesians would you belive my mother owned one, her brother was selling one on the farm in Cavan but she would not let him and gave him the money for the cow
We are waiting for summer to be able to loll around in the warmth like that! ;-)
Hello! Such a peaceful scene and how nice to see the GREEN grass! Those cows look content. Enjoy your day.
Bill is living. always the summer of his photo-art.
a happy mooooo to ya
They look very relaxed in the sun.
Hangin' out with the girls. Nice!
They are so good at doing this! :)
Made me smile Bill, they look so relaxed hanging out together there 😀
Here in sweden it would be called resting in the bregott factory on our TV advertising on the TV
Nice to join in with the critter party :-)They are also very beautiful colored cows.Greetings, Helma
The cows are lying down so that means it's going to rain.
They do look very contented cows, such a nice photograph.All the best Jan
Here in California, our cows are supposed to be contented. But, not hardly. Don't see cows out in pasture very often.Contented cows, indeed.
Irish cream coming up soon?
This image brings to mind the words to an old tv commercial that said the milk came from 'contented cows.' Love it.
Very pretty moo cows!