21 March 2015

Eastern Finncattle






Eastern Finncattle hard at work at the
nature preserve in Espoonlahti 5.7.2014.
The Eastern Finncattle cows were recognized
as a separate breed in the 1890s.

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Scenic Weekends

http://camera-critters.blogspot.fi/2015/03/camera-critters-363.html



70 comments:

  1. These are great shots of the cattle grazing. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  2. These are so beautiful photos ! My grandmother had a cow. I loved to watch them in the meadow !
    Have a nice weekend :)

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    1. Thank you, Ela! I love cows. These seem to be very gentle creatures.

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  3. Wonderful shots of the cattle! I like the last shot of the momma and calf. Thanks for linking up, happy weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen! Have a great weekend.

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  4. Hello Gunilla!:) Oh such beautiful scenes you have captured. I love to see cattle grazing in a field, especially with their young.

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    1. Thank you very much! They're beautiful animals.

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  5. Tall green grass, water, sunshine ...no wonder these beautiful cows look happy and contented!

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    1. Thank you, Sallie! It's a gorgeous meadow.

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  6. they're beautiful and content!

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  7. Nothing better than cows and GREEN GRASS! Our is still buried under snow...and the snow is falling today.

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    1. Thank you, Jennifer! I hope they'll bring cows to the preserve this year too. I love watching them.

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  8. Beautiful pictures Gunilla.
    Nice to see the grazing cows.
    A very good weekend.
    Best regards, Irma

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    1. Thank you, Irma! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  9. They are huge! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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    1. Thank you, Tom! They seem very gentle.

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  10. The Cow eating grass, while her offspring suckles her, beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, Bob! I love watching the cows.

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  11. Lovely scenes of the meadows and the cattle Gunilla. I always find these scenes so peaceful.

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    1. Thank you, Joyful! Peaceful is the perfect word for it. :-)

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  12. This cattle looks well fed! Thanks for coming by - haven't seen you at the memes as much as before. Hope all is well?

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    1. Thank you, Jesh! All is well, but I've been very busy and I haven't been able to take part in memes or visit as much as before.

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  13. This looks really nice summers off.
    Beautiful green color of the grass!

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  14. Great shots - there is something very peaceful about cows in meadows!

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    1. Thank you, Valerie! I love watching the cows, it's very peaceful.

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  15. They are lovely looking cows, and super images.

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  16. Cows, udder deep in grass - what a classic summer scene.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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    1. Thank you, Stewart! I hope I get to see it this year as well. We don't see that many cows this close to the capital.

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  17. That's a new breed of cattle for me!

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    1. Thank you! There aren't that many left anymore.

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  18. Dearest Gunilla; Oh, sweet cattle and they look so peaceful♡♡♡ And heartwarming t mom and baby shot♬♬♬

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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    1. Thank you, dear Miyako! Many hugs to you.

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  19. It's good to see all the cattle enjoying their lunch, little one included.

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    1. Thank you, Phil! They're keeping the landscape open for the birds at the same time.

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  20. シ Fotos muito lindas!!!

    Ótima semana!
    Tudo de bom!
    Beijinhos.هჱ⊱
    ⋰˚هჱܓ

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  21. Lovely pictures. I love watching the babies around here. :-)

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    1. Thank you, Lee Ann! The babies are so sweet.

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  22. Those are impressive cattle, and such a beautiful, peaceful scene.

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    1. Thank you, Al! I love watching the cows. It always gives me a peaceful feeling.

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  23. Wonderful photo of the mama and her calf. Well, they are all neat photos, I just like the last one best. ;)

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    1. Thank you, Tina! The cows were far away, but the place is so beautiful that I wanted to show these.

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  24. awesome rural shots...i have always wanted to live on a farm but i would never last!!!

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    1. Thank you, Debbie! You wouldn't believe this is only 20 km from our capital. :-)

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  25. Beautiful and picturesque series of photos! Now, I realised that I have some unposted instants from 2014 with some lovely cows, too! Thank you for inspiration! Have a sunny week of Spring!

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    1. Thank you, Alexa! Hope to see your cows soon then. Have a great week.

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  26. Very pretty cattle, such interesting markings on their coats. Great shots!

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  27. What an unusual breed Gunilla, first I have seen of these. Lovely markings.

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    1. Thank you, Roy! There are probably under 1 000 animals left of this old breed.

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  28. Wonderful landscape. The cows look healthy and happy. Cute calf!
    Thanks for dropping by.
    www.1sthappyfamily.com/2015/03/sad-news-and-good-news.html

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  29. Adorable country sequence of images, Gunilla!...

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  30. Beautiful images of the cattle and the countryside Gunilla!
    Thank you for visiting my post!Have a lovely day!Dimi...

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  31. Perhaps we wouldn't have to mow our 2 acres if we had cattle, they look so hard-working. The mother and calf are cute, the mother seems really long and low.

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    1. Thank you, Hannah! At least you would have less to mow, but they might eat the bushes and the trees too. :-)

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