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Great mkamionka 2013-06-13 14:07

Hola Maria,
so pity that you did not show the actual milking process. People at work make a nice subject for photography. I remember when I was a child my parents were sending me to our family living in the country, they had some cows and I watched them being manually milked and I always got some fresh milk :) almost directly from the cow. These days are over in my country I guess, EU except for many benefits has largely destroyed our agriculture giving preference to rich farmers from Western Europe.
Very interesting photo and collected at a nice side light here.
Very well done,
M

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Old 06-15-2013, 08:04 PM
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Default To mkamionka: people is a nice subject

Who said that?:

A blue hour specialist
We share same way to spent summer, of course, as is today in Mongolia milk is obtained in a manual way,loved to drink it warm and frothy
It s the same now in far away places, like the North

I was offered to do the work by always refused, did you try to milk a cow?

Not complaining about the weather??
M
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Old 06-15-2013, 09:29 PM
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I remember I tried once to milk a cow but it seemed quite difficult. I remember the cow lost patience.

The weather was good here for three straight weekends. It is back to normal now with rain wind etc but next week I go for vacations so I don't care that much, I hope actually that the weather stays bad here when I am absent

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Old 06-17-2013, 10:35 PM
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Default Bad person!

What I liked more about the milk was to get up very early , almost still night, first work of the day

So you wish poor people staying and working bad weather?

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