even though Hammish is a beautiful specimen of the Highland cattle.... you can not fail to think about the many juicy steaks that is capable of providing.
from the distance he looks very cuddly...... but look at its horns
I think that he would make mince meat out of me quicker than I could out of him
so........ keep safe.... and keep some distance....
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ikeharel (51533) 2011-08-15 3:21
An impressive per of mighty horns, as we don't see it's eyes - I am sure he saw you taking the photo.
It seems good to be lying in scotland's pastor...
delpeoples (52305) 2011-08-16 3:28
Oooh he's a cutie, as much as I love a good steak, I just couldn't think of one when I look at him. And he's posing for you and everything. Lovely natural colours and sharpness. You've captured a lovely scene thanks to your beautiful model and great camera control.
Have a lovely evening
bayno (18342) 2011-08-29 2:53
Hi Gus, great framing, very nice the cute animal with his eyes covered by hair and its long horns, nice colors, regards, Valter
dale54 (6251) 2011-12-08 9:02
hi gus,well what a beast!!very good shot.look at those horns wow amazing! tfs! have a great one! dr
thebest (4272) 2012-12-15 22:16
What a fine specimen Hammish is - it would be a crime to end his days for a juicy steak...lol!
Great photo but I think he needs a hair cut so we can see his eyes - I bet he can see us though.
Warmest greetings - Dawn.
marina7 (8049) 2013-03-31 10:49
wow...he's pretty cool and he's got some swagger lying like this with all that hair covering the eyes:))
Jeez... the thought of a steak never crossed my mind looking at this hairy creature, I guess it's just a typically male thing, thinking of steaks 24/7 you know:)))
Amazing shot, Gus. Oh, and I love his name - Hammish - it sure becomes him! Keep them coming and Happy Easter to you and your family!
Miguel82 (19437) 2013-04-06 5:08
Amazing cow breed Gus!
Looks like a yak, excellent presentation, sharpness
superb colors, apple green grass
Best regards to you and Dawn