Sunday, August 19, 2012

Dairy Air

20 comments:

Jen said...

LOL - classic.

ShEiLa said...

Now this is one my Mother would have loved and since she collected cows... I think it needs to be posted on her memory blog. Is that ok? I will post it with total credit to you. She would be smiling in heaven at the thought of this picture.

When my youngest son was potty training he used to yell from the other room... Mom, come wipe my butt. His Dad cringed everytime... so he taught him to say... Mom, Please come wipe my derriere. It was too cute!

Thanks for the memories that YOUR photos inspire.

ToOdLeS.

Janie said...

This is a great title!

Theresa said...

Great play on words. I love animal pics. Thanks for sharing.

Ananda girl said...

hahaha I love this one!

Highton-Ridley said...

Yep, creative title indeed - my sort of pun :D

Montanagirl said...

Love this! And very clever caption. There's just no end to your wizadry!

David said...

Udderly Beautiful!

Craig Glenn said...

Best title shot yet!

LOL

Craig Glenn

Erin said...

dad...gross...

moses said...

This is awesome........amazing shot!

Marcy said...

Fantastic capture! Keep up the good work! xo~

imac said...

One waft of a tail, thats all it takes to clear the air.

Marie S said...

You have the best titles!!!

Stephen Baird said...

Folks ... I wanna make sure that you all know that this title has been used by so many artists that it's orgin is completely unknown by now. Almost every farmer in North America has seen paintings, pictures or pottery with this caption. When I drove up the Washington State country road and saw this glaring back at me in the car ... I knew the title before the photo was taken. I would really love to tell you all that I am brilliant ... however, there are too many that read this blog that know I got kicked in the head by a horse as a child almost daily. My mom kept putting me in the pen and then kept releasing those Apoloosas on me. She taught not to steal cookies.
NikonSniper Steve

pixbytk said...

hehe, it took me a while to understand what you meant, then the penny dropped when I read Sheila's comment! Love the pic and the title.

Happy Days said...

My Goodness what a sight to behold!! lol I think I see myself there...debbie

Picturit said...

Great image and Title, amusing image nice one

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

Wishing you a happy Fourth! Hope you get some great photos!

Roger Howell said...

Aaaaah, there's nothing like being slapped across the face by a cow's tail (wet and mated with cockle burs) while trying to milk her.