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Old May 14, 2007, 12:12 AM   #1
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Old May 14, 2007, 5:20 AM   #2
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Nice Cattle Pen picture,
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Creative point of view for DSLRs which have no swiveling LCD displays!

Could be even greater (at the cost of high risk!!)when the cattlesare released in distance : )

Anyway, your photoactually incited my country feel...

Well done, Barbarian


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Barbarian,

You sure get around. Photo brings back childhood memories. Driving back to Dallas at night with familyafter visiting grandmother in Ranger, TXencountering the smell from theFt. Worth stockyards (which were in use at the time)meant we were only about an hour from home.
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They had just run the longhorns down this chute for the tourists, but I decided not to get in the way.

I'm not as agile as I used to be.


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Very cool shots, Barbarian!! Especially the depth of the first one. See, for me, it reminds me of how I earned my first allowance...cleaning the fattening pen of my dad's farm. Yes, you can guess what that entailed. But it was well the cash...all 50 cents of it! The longhorns really are impressive...hate to have to taggle with some of those horns!

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Nice shots......................musket
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cleaning the fattening pen of my dad's farm. Yes, you can guess what that entailed.
So you're qualified to be a political campaign manager, now. :G
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