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Slow Dayz

This contented cow and her baby calves nap contentedly in the afternoon sun on a Mason County farm pasture.

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Moo
Moo
I have been known to moo out loud at cows to get their attention. Usually, it doesn't work, and they just look at me like I am an idiot; but today it enticed this little one to come closer to me and my camera. My dad has taught me a lot of tricks of the trade over the years.
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Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0645)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0645)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms
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What You Looking At?
What You Looking At
My dad and I enjoy photographing these Scottish Highland Cattle south of Hart, Michigan. This one stared me down and looked as if he might charge at me at any moment. I know that little wire fence would have done nothing to protect me, but I couldn't resist trying to make this image. I love his swagger.
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Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0652)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0652)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms
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Brad Reed\'s Day 27 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 27 of 365
My great-grandma, Martha Delite Benson, was originally a Shoup and was born and raised near the farm where I took this photograph. It is still in the Shoup family. I love how life on this farm, and many other farms in Mason County, seems to move at a slower, more peaceful pace. F8.0 at 1/400, ISO 640, 18-50 mm lens at 50 mm
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Breathtaking Moment
Breathtaking Moment
I have never traveled this section of Buchanan Road east of Shelby. The rolling hills and farmlands present many spectacular views but none looks or feels better to me on this August day than this view of cattle grazing in the grass.
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Blue Ribbon Cows
Blue Ribbon Cows
Cows curious about a visitor line a fence while two others check things out from the flapped doorway that allows them to go in and out of their barn as they please. I always look forward to seeing the cows at a farm along Fountain Road in northern Mason County.
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Cookie Cows - Panoramic
Cookie Cows - Panoramic
Looking like giant Oreo Cookies, these striking cows for years graced Larry and Jo Sholtey's Beef and Bees Farm along South Lakeshore Drive between Ludington and Pentwater. Commonly referred to as Oreo Cookie cows, they are more accurately called belted Galloways, a rare breed of Scottish beef cattle. I took made this image some years ago and am delighted to finally have the opportunity to include it in one of our books.
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Cookie Cows
Cookie Cows
Looking like giant Oreo Cookies, these striking cows for years graced Larry and Jo Sholtey's Beef and Bees Farm along South Lakeshore Drive between Ludington and Pentwater. Commonly referred to as Oreo Cookie cows, they are more accurately called belted Galloways, a rare breed of Scottish beef cattle. I took made this image some years ago and am delighted to finally have the opportunity to include it in one of our books. Fuji S5. F2.8 at 1/200, ISO 100. 80-200mm lens at 120mm. On a tripod without a flash. August 12, 2008 at 7:14pm.
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Newborn
Newborn
A mother watches over her newborn calf. Conrad Road, between Ludington and Scottville, is an area rich with pastoral scenes.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 65 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 65 of 365
Talk about a traffic stopper. Responding to a tip about some cool looking cows pastured along 72nd Avenue north of Hart, I had no idea they would be this impressive. As I slow to a stop on the side of the road, I attract their attention. I am far more excited and impressed than they are. F6.3 at 1/500, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 200 mm
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Jockeying for Position
Jockeying for Position
Squeezing in for a better view and perhaps looking for a handout, curious calves check out a couple visitors on the other side of their fence line at the Walter Farm north of Marshall. I can drive rural Michigan roads "till the cows come home" searching for views and experiences like this.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 69 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 69 of 365
It is not very often you see cows grazing in a swamp, but if you drive to the corner of Conrad and Meyers Roads in Ludington, you will see several cows enjoying the low lands near the Pere Marquette River. This cow stood still long enough for me to get into position and capture it, its reflection, and the barn all in one photograph. F8.0 at 1/160, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 30 mm
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Country Show Stopper
Country Show Stopper
I find the "real deal" far more impressive than any fake lawn ornament I have ever seen. Even the placement struck me as ideal as I stopped my truck along a country road near Twin Lake to make a still-life image while the farmyard attraction stays still. Stopping also gives me time to truly appreciate the tender loving care the owners of the Ponderosa have given to their fine old barn.
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Rachel\'s Day 84 of 366 - March 24, 2020
Rachel's Day 84 of 366 - March 24, 2020
Nikon D810. F6.0 at 1/125, ISO 800. 60.0-600.0mm lens at 390.0mm. March 24, 2020 at 5:44pm.
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Cow Lick
Cow Lick
Cow Lick
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Chocolate Milk
Chocolate Milk
A few years ago my wife Betsy got me hooked on Country Dairy Milk. The dairy is located in New Era, Michigan and they sell the best tasting milk I have ever had. When you visit the dairy you can go to Moo School and also eat in their family restaurant. My favorite part of every visit is the one dollar cup of chocolate milk with free refills. F7.1 at 1/500, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 200mm
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Country Dairy
Country Dairy
A classic red tractor helps give that good old-fashioned, at home on the farm feeling to Country Dairy. The dependable old tractor and grazing cows are among many appealing sights at the New Era dairy, which welcomes visitors with open arms to see and learn about dairy farming. F4.5 at 1/800, ISO 400, 80-200mm lens at 135mm
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Country Attraction
Country Attraction
Upon our arrival at Country Dairy in New Era, Michigan, Brad and I are immediately attracted to one of the dairy farm's unofficial greeters, Holstein "19445." She is amongst the many attractions at Country Dairy, which range from seeing cows up close and personal, to viewing and learning about real dairy farm operations, including tasting some of the farm's products at their restaurant and farm store. F4.5 at 1/800, ISO 400, 80-200mm lens at 35mm
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