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Photo Prompt: Untitled

Untitled Photo: © Liberto Macarro
Visit his website to see additional photos.
The photographer lives in the French Alps, and most of his work
is about the relationship between men, animals and nature.

Photo used with permission from Liberto Macarro.

8 comments:

glorv1 said...

What a beautiful cow. I have always loved their big eyes and funny looking face.I mean look at it's eyes, so endearing. We had a cow when I was young, her name was Betsy. I think he/she is looks at whoever is taking the photo and saying....

I really appreciate that you took the time to look at me personally, if I could smile I would.

James Parker said...

THIRSTY COWS

Glad to see ya back here,
Wondered where ya went
Kinda getting worried
If ya got the note I sent

Hope ya brought some water
Cause I think we're on the brink
Just take a look behind me,
And see the scum we drink

WHY? said...

This is why I'm having trouble eating meat now:(

Erica said...

I'm not a writer, but I just wanted to share the photos like these are why I'm a vegetarian :)

Tessa said...

Cows are so.....cuddly! Lovely photo, clever angle.

poetryaboutart said...

(poem by Therese L. Broderick of Albany, NY, USA)

SHE REGARDED MY HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE THE WALL WITH ONE WILD, SHOCKING EYE
(last lines of Billy Collins's poem "Afternoon with Irish Cows")

In this photo, the cow is guarded
within an Eye, his head a pupil
wide against a wetland, lidded
from above & below by the curves
of dry shores. And floating
like motes in the Eye, upside
down, are other cows, maybe the
first sighting of yet another
bovine poem. Waiting, still dumb.
Just glimmering there.

Meandering Michael said...

I really don't know a lot about poets or poetry, but I DO know a few of Al Purdy's (A poet who is better heard than read, in my opinion). This picture reminds me of his work "The Winemaker's Beat-etude". I couldn't find it online, so a trip to the library may be required to read it, but if you can find a recording of it (I know it exists somewhere because I have one) then it's definitely worth a listen.

RachelW said...

http://thewaxingmoon.blogspot.com/2009/03/cowgirl.html

Late as usual!! ;)

 

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