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Evening Light

Last of the long, evening light on a group of Longhorn Cattle.

After staying at this ranch for five days I discovered two things. The first is that after shooting around 500 frames you begin to run out of unique angles to shoot a Longhorn from. This is not a complaint, just an observation. The second is the fact that where you have cattle you have ticks. So many ticks... It took me several days after I left the ranch to finally have that phantom crawling sensation go away.

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