Day seven of our photo journey …
One of my biggest weaknesses is that I tend to have a slight case of tunnel vision. There can be an entire herd of cattle in front of me, but I will see, and focus in on, the one that catches my attention.
You cannot tell me that this isn’t the most adorable face that you have seen in a long time. Look at her! I bet the bulls chase this beauty all over. What do you mean you don’t see how gorgeous she is?
You must be blind! 🙂
Okay, if you don’t see what I see, have a closer look at those eyes! I bet she is thinking the same thing about me. Or, maybe she is just wondering when the crazy woman pointing the camera in her face is going to be dumb enough to try to climb across the fence.
Here I go again. There is a huge beautiful field and pond beyond here, but I have always loved old fences, so guess what I can see.
Yup! You guessed it.
I see the fence. Everything else is just an afterthought in the horizon.
Okay, I refuse to take the blame for this picture.
This is about the ugliest dang cow I have ever seen but I am telling you, she absolutely, positively, without a doubt, begged me to take her picture. Since my head was pretty much through the fence by this point, I figured I better go ahead and grant her wish.
I wonder if she would fit in my freezer . . . 🙂
Well what do you know? It turns out that if I look even a little bit beyond my own personal focus, sometimes I will find beauty that I didn’t even know was hiding there.
I hung on the fence and watched these beauties for close to an hour just enjoying this simple moment in my life.