20 thoughts on “Three Days (Part Four) – Moo Two

    1. Thanks Sydney, yes I was drawn to both, but I too thought the green was a very unusual one – something very 40’s about it…whatever that means…?!

    1. Haha, well, it wouldn’t be for me to say Sorin….! πŸ™‚ Though I do know what you mean, they both have different qualities..

    1. Thanks Richard – yes there’s something about that green…makes me think of looking outside from an old fashioned railway carriage somehow..

  1. This is a magnificent set. I think the color is very important here. And though I usually prefer to see consistency in the use of color or black and white, I do think that the set holds together. Wonderful work.

  2. Extraordinary to photograph these beasts so close up – a fleeting moment captured spontaneously. Really like that you have chosen to keep in the mundane domestic window to frame the action as it adds a really unexpected dimension to the story. I Iove the colour image as the warm grey of the window frame really picks up the slightly darker tone of the cows, and the overall scene is lifted by the texture/greens of the grass and pale blue tint of the sky. The colour really adds to the image. Nice sequence!

    1. Hello Sandra! Great thoughts, thanks – I too have warmed to the colour I think – thanks for stopping by! πŸ™‚

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