Saturday, February 25, 2012

Don't Mess with Him!

When we were in Florida, we came across a little farm where I spied a horse that I wanted to photograph.  Hubby willingly pulled off the road so I could snap my pictures.  I was so intent on the horse...

that I nearly missed this guy until he started walking toward the fence!

And on and on he walked...

until he was right at the fence.  I was glad I was still inside the car!  He had pretty scary horns!



And of course, the horse had to come check us out too!  I was NOT afraid of him!



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13 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hi Linda, what a pretty horse. And wow, the horns on that cow are huge. I would be glad to be in the car too, he looks dangerous. Great captures and thanks for sharing. I hope you have a Happy weekend!

Dianna said...

Oh my, what huge horns on that cow!! But, you know: in that last picture of him, his face doesn't really look that scary! I think he just wanted to be your "bud".
Beautiful horse. Love the first picture with the tree behind him.

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

I'm glad you were in the car too and that a fence was there! The gray horse is very pretty, I think I see me some dapples. If not, I am just going to imagine them. Those are some horns to be proud of if you are a longhorn! Beautiful face on that longhorn but geeesh it was movin' Linda!

Jan n Jer said...

Wow...just look at those horns...it's a wonder he can hold his head up! Great shots!

TexWisGirl said...

HUGE thick horns! wow!

Pat said...

I see why the horse caught your eye - he's a beauty. The Longhorn has a sweet face, though the horns are intimidating.

Misty Dawn said...

Poor bull, no one really gets to know him, because they're afraid of his horns. ;-) Great photos!

Snap said...

Wow ... now that's a long horn!!!! Impressive and pretty horse. Happy Critter Day!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

That big ol dude reminds me of that song by Tim McGraw - Down on the Farm... "Don't mess w/ the bull, he can get real mean!" LoL!
And he does look mean from far away, but his face looks calm up close! Of course, the horse is beautiful! =)

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice shots.

Regards and best wishes

Cheryl said...

That's one big longhorn. Nice captures.

Jenn Jilks said...

That's so funny! I find myself doing that too: missing the other things around me!
Cheers from Cottage Country!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Those are some seriously big horns Linda, what a great set of rural images. So glad you had fun with the B&W, you'll have to let me know how you went in the competition.