Photographing All Of Yavapai County In Central Arizona And Beyond
Although resting, I don't think that they would be particularly easy to befriend.
Wouldn't want to get stuck on the wrong side of those horns. Didn't know y'all had Texas Longhorns in Arizona! :)I'd be interested in knowing how things work out with that jerk who stole your photos.
oh those horns oh wow!Very clear takes . Nice.
It has to be hard work carrying those big horns around everywhere you go.
Hi Judy! Re your comment about stolen photos: good for you! How can someone not know that you can't take other people's photos and post them as your own? The "my lawyer will explain it to you" often is enough. Let's hope she follows through!
With horns like those they need to put their head down to rest.
The perspective with the red and white one gives a good idea of how long those horns really are!
They are trying to make a point, ha ha.
It must be time for a nap. ;)
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