Jerry and I go for a walk almost every day. We walk out in our friends' cow pasture near our house. There are 30 to 35 cows, heifers, calves and a bull in the pasture and some days we see the cows and some days not, it's a big pasture. Recently, they were right by the road AND I happened to remember to bring the camera! ;-) Here are a few pictures. I liked the "composition" of this picture with the rolling hills and snow-covered mountain in the background.
Whadda ya' think of our Arizona Longhorn cows?!? It's actually kind of hard to get a picture of this particular cow, she is pretty shy. That is her calf with her.
I didn't want to get too close or she would just walk off.
I also wanted to include this picture I took a couple of weeks ago when the fog rolled in as we were out walking.
This particular bush always looks like a stag from the top of the hill, especially in the fog! It is one of my favorite desert bushes, Larrea tridentata, more commonly called Greasewood or Creosote around here, and is the smell of the high desert after a rain! Lovely bush with waxy green leaves and pretty yellow puffball flowers after a rain and it is medicinal to boot; although hard to process.