Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula has been home for more than 40 years. My husband, David, and I live on 10 acres of forest near the town of Soldotna. We are more or less retired, meaning we are retired from gainful employment but not from life!
Our son lives in Australia and our daughter in Colorado.
Photography, fiber arts, reading, and hiking/walking are some of my interests, and David shares my love of gardening, camping, cooking, and traveling, plus he is our tech expert.
Most definitely odd in my book. Well found and photographed.
Thanks, Cee. Finding this reminded me of other past “cow” photos I have taken. I’ll have to search them out. Anything that brings a smile or wonder is good.
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That’s pretty odd, indeed! 😃
Thanks. Creative art seems to surround us in many parts of Mexico, and fortunately it’s often humorous!
Indeed it does. That’s one thing that struck me about Mexico, and Latin America in general. The amount of public art is amazing. Photo ops galore. 😃
Great odd ball! Besides it being a very interesting subject, I like the colors and the angle that you captured it.
Thanks for the compliment. Cities in Mexico (and probably anywhere) provide endless sources of humor. Capturing it is one of the great benefits of walking!
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A cow that defies gravity ! How peculiar 😀
Cows here can do amazing things…
Awesome. I am glad that You showed it.
And I’m glad you liked it.