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Well, that's a great start. I love the posture of the dog and the way the cow's heads are just poking up over the crest of the hill.

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That's really great, so much to see in the shot too, not just the appearance and  interaction of the cows and the dog, but the sea and landscape falling away behind.  Good one, you must be pleased.


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Very nice, and it's good to see you posting again.  Regards to K.

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Cheers Stuart, been a while, now back on analogue with an M6. All well here with Kim and the girls. Hope all is good with Barbara and you.

Note to self: post more pictures.

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