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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Herman, Apr 30, 2010.
those cows are outstanding in their field.
Cow as selling person
Taken about a year ago with a P&S, not m43, but I kind of like these guys:
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and there's great Depth of that Field.....
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Wow, that diorama filter is really something - actually makes that look like a toy cow!
what the!? MORE COWS!
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...just moo it...
this last pic is unfortunately missing the rather spectacular Jungfrau glacier which was in the background
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Come on guys, we have got to stop milking this one ...
Two legged cow
Do I know you? por sLorenzi, no Flickr
...weird. I dunno what to say
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Yup, and i only noticed when viewing it on the computer.
The two hind legs were somehow hidden from the lens angle of shot. You can see a wee bit of one of the hind legs if you observe closely.
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