Rusty, Tufty and Friend

DALWHINNIE, SCOTLAND, UNITED KINGDOM -- While photographing Rusty and Tufty, the two amiable Highland cattle who reside in Dalwhinnie, Scotlant this nice young man came into my viewfinder and proceeded to feed the cattle a loaf of bread. Best example of the benefits of somebody walking in front of my camera that I have ever seen. Shot for our National Geographic Traveler story on Whisky Country. You can see more at my web site www.jimrichardsonphotography.com

 

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  • jo.pensel 6y

    Génial
  • Ric Rhind 6y

    awesome!!!!!!!
  • cepho. 6y

    Great, very good! :)
  • Pamela F 5y

    did you use your d5000 here also?
  • Francisco Ávila 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Pousta, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Dietmar Pohlmann 5y

    :-))) big picture !
  • dog green 4y

    amazing shot!!
  • megafauna1 3y

    I love this picture! Really amazing creatures, all three of them. :)
  • Michal Kowalik 2y

    Pure gold :-)
  • Steve Rosenberg 2y

    Amazing work!
  • debraturner 2y

    This is sooo cool! Besides being beautifully captured and composed, it is so fascinating to see these beautiful and unique ancient looking cattle in a country setting with this unique looking punk rocker who looks so out of place, but is being so kind. Beautiful!
  • Fred Rebell 2y

    And I thought he was reading them a poem from one of his punk rock songs.
  • G.M. Hall 2y

    From all walks of life we are taught a lesson that seems to move us to truly open up and experience the world again. A smile on our face, tears in our eyes, pride in our hearts, or a sense of peace and wonderment when we see something "so different, but so right at the moment." This picture is one of those "Life's artwork"
  • Jon 2y

    .
    When ever I see a photo of these High Land cattle I recall a story from my grandfather.
    A couple hundred years back +or- a McLaughlin wandered into our family DNA.
    He came down from the Scottish High Lands and found a lovely Swedish girl.
    The rest is history, which is documented in our family Genealogy reports.
    In the latter 60's after returning from the military I let my hair grow long.
    My Grandfather would say my long hair and horns were just my Scottish blood
    coming to light .;-)
    .
  • LeapinLeah 2y

    I thought he was asking for directions.
  • Gianni 2y

    fortissima!
  • miker7004 2y

    Great contrasts!
  • Patrice von Collani 2y

    Good - nice photo.

    COOL SHOT!!!
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  • Ðanitello 2y

    Lovely shot of beautiful cattle and a very kind man. :-)
  • Chat Noir:) 2y

    haha, nice shot!
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