“Horns in the Grass”… but beware of one in your ——-

You might have realised that I have a love relationship with Buffalos… their power, tenacity in the face of lions and their look of absolute contentment fascinates me….

But when you find them like this lying in the winter grass I can only think of one title and that is the one I’ve used above….

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So here is my “Horns in the Grass”…. a different photographic perspective…..

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76 thoughts on ““Horns in the Grass”… but beware of one in your ——-

    • Well this one I will definitely stay out of the way of… the male boss, as it is called (the central meeting of the horns) has been known to deflect bullets,,, and if that happens you better be a good shot to stop the charge or you have one other option…. bend over and kiss your ass goodbye, ’cause you’re gonna die…

  1. Love your composition Bulldog. As you know, I like something other than the typical perspective we most often see with photographers. Thanks for some interesting shots. 🙂

    • On a land survey I did we walked into a huge herd and to be honest I was ready to run… but common sense made me stand my ground, as I was no threat they just ignored me and carried on eating… when one of the younger bulls started to lift his nose and taste our scent I decided it was a good time to move off slowly…. boy, but was that an experience I will never forget…. loved every minute of it…

  2. Love all your shots….and shared many…it is like I am there the way you take the pictures…I can see it from amny different angles….thanks Bulldog… the Sister

    • Little boxes on the hillside,
      Little boxes made of ticky-tacky,
      Little boxes, little boxes,
      Little boxes, all the same.
      There’s a green one and a pink one
      And a blue one and a yellow one
      And they’re all made out of ticky-tacky
      And they all look just the same.

        • I believe it was written and sung by Malvina Reynolds; Malvina and her husband were on their way from where they lived in Berkeley, through San Francisco and down the peninsula to La Honda where she was to sing at a meeting of the Friends’ Committee on Legislation (not the PTA, as Pete Seeger says in the documentary about Malvina, “Love It Like a Fool”). As she drove through Daly City, she said “Bud, take the wheel. I feel a song coming on.” (Taken from the internet) is the song not about houses all the same???
          Second verse….
          And the people in the houses
          All went to the university,
          Where they were put in boxes
          And they came out all the same,
          And there’s doctors and lawyers,
          And business executives,
          And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
          And they all look just the same…….

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