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Yes, I like cattle... &*>


11 comments:

  1. Don't know about the one with the choppers. Hope you didn't slip in there and insert them in his dour looking face.

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    1. Hari OM
      Swami Chinmayananda is held in the same esteem as Dalai Lama and Pope and I am a graduate from the Chinmaya legacy... which will be told in due course... Yxx

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  2. I like cattle, too. Also love that unusual bird - think it might be a block print?

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    1. Hari OM
      The kookaburra is not a block print - it was a gift to me by a Vietnamese oil and spray can street artist who was showing his skills at a Sydney beach in 1999.... it was originally just a scarp of paper and for all my years in OZ it remained that way... only here did I find a frame which I knew instantly would suit it - then trimmed the work down and reserved the signature (which you see at bottom)... a long term friend! Yxx

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  3. You have selected some beautiful AND meaningful pictures - the best kinds to have in the home.

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  4. you have some beautiful art work - of coarse our favorite is the kookaburra :)

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  5. OMD we love the explanation about the Kookaburra Painting...
    We would NOT want to Ride one of THOSE Cows.... They have GIANT horns...

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  6. Hello, I like the bird and the cattle too. Thanks for sharing, enjoy your week ahead!

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  7. I like it too... and I always loved the cattle figures my grampy had in his farm house :o)
    easy rider

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  8. I luffs the fringes on the Highland cows!!! I wonder if they haf bad hair days?
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  9. You have very exciting walls.
    Merle..........

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