Monday, February 10, 2014

Cold critter...

I don't know why I haven't posted this before now.  Also, it looks sort sepia-ish, but I haven't done anything to make it look that way.
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It is still cold in our neighborhood;-)  We are looking forward to some days above freezing later in the week.  I just hope the temps stay up long enough for some of this white stuff to melt.  


16 comments:

CDH said...

MOOOO! Very cool picture. I never get tired of seeing cows. :)

Marie said...

Nice looking cow. Boy, you still have a lot of snow. It was SOOO cold when we were on the trip, traveling through Texas and New Mexico, but still not anywhere near the temp lows that a lot of people are getting. Still, we just aren't used to being in the teens anymore. :-)

Gill - That British Woman said...

I was excited to see the weather forecast going up a little. Wasn't excited to see more snow on the way though {{{SIGH}}}

Great photo.

Sandra said...

what a moooooving photo... made me smile and want to hug his sweet little cold self...

Blackberry Lane said...

Sweet photo.

don said...

It's a fine shot of this calf standing in the snow. We too are hoping for thawing days from today through the end of the week. We got about 4 inches of new snow yesterday, but it should vanish by tonight.

Small City Scenes said...

I hope it melts too. We have no snow except up in the mountains--where it can stay. LOL
I love looking at cattle too. I like horses better. haha! MB

DeniseinVA said...

He does look cold and he's so cute. Great shot! I love the sepia tone to it.

Caron said...

They are threatening us with warmer temps, too. Is it too good to be true? I worry about the animals and birds.

Quiltedtime said...

Poor guy. I always want to take them inside with me.

Betsy Adams said...

Yes---with the brown and white colors, it does look like it's been done in Sepia...

Great photo, Rose..I'm sad tonight. We have had to cancel our Valentine’s Trip to a little mountain town (Cashiers) in North Carolina. That horrible southern storm is going to give them from 6-10 inches of snow, plus sleet and power outages. We can’t even get into that area now… SAD–but it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Hugs,
Betsy

Susan said...

Awwww, it does look cold!

EG CameraGirl said...

Yep, it looks like sepia, doesn't it? I'm not ready for the snow to melt yet because that leaves a lot of mud with too much time between now and the start of green growth. I think it's better to keep the brown covered in white. Just saying!

Judy said...

I does look like sepia. What a cutie pie in his winter coat.

Montanagirl said...

Somehow I missed this post! He looks like he's got a nice warm winter coat.

Mary said...

Love it....it looks like it has a nice warm shaggy coat.

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