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Old Sep 25, 2006, 7:33 PM   #11
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Thanks for viewing and your comments everybody. I've seen other longhorns with horns that long but the usually go straight out and then up. This one got a little turned around. I've also seen these wild up in the Davis Mountain of West Texas and they are mean.

Raghu, You forget the Handy Dandy 12x zoom on my FZ20. Without that I can assure you it would have been a looooong' distance shot.

Harjtt, They actually do sharpen and polish there horns. I've seen them tear down small trees doing so.

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Now that's a real longhorne, good find and capture.
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Thanks Tcook. When I saw it and stopped I was the only one there. By the time I finished photographing it there were four cars stopped and taking pictures.

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