BEWARE THE HORNS! CEE’S BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Horns

I didn’t have much in the way of horned critters in my heap of pictures. Just a few goats and the local cows who sometimes have horns, and sometimes, have them shaved down. I suppose it depends on if they like to fight with them or not. Got a great shot of two goats head-butting, but I’m not sure either of them has horns.

Considering the enthusiasm with which they were going at it, maybe it’s just as well if they didn’t! The cows, on the other hand, were placidly bovine and seem disinclined to do anything other than munch on grass and lie on the cool ground under a tree.

As usual, some are Garry’s and the others are mine.

These guys have horns!
Farm cows — with horns! Photo Garry Armstrong
A bit of head-butting – Photo Garry Armstrong
Close-up head butting. Don’t they get headaches?

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

7 thoughts on “BEWARE THE HORNS! CEE’S BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. And damned hard heads, too. I thought they were just kidding around, but they were seriously into it. And one of them was actually a kind of sheep, while the other was a goat.

      The “free” goats, now they were proud creatures, lording over their space. That particular farm, pretty much ALL the animals just roam around. There are fences to keep them off the roads, but otherwise? They wander where they choose.

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