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  • Originals always look better than their photographs. Hope the cows weren´t frightened of the little rat.

    Posted by Pat Harrison on Wed 19 Oct 15:29:51
  • She looks unconcerned about ratty, well he is friendly! Yes she has attitude Robert and her child is very obedient. A beautiful surrounding countryside too.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Wed 19 Oct 16:15:14
  • I like it. It must be a very happy cow with all that long green grass and relatively natural surroundings.

    Posted by Linda Wilson on Wed 19 Oct 16:25:48
  • Robert, I love this! Gentle pastoral colours...true feeling of serenity...Love the Duchess's hump on the poor cow's back (which looks familiar!) Ratty seems to have his eye on the calf, but hopefully it is too big even for him to have a go at....Did you keep your tongue in your cheek for long? Cheers. R

    Posted by Ruth Dolan on Wed 19 Oct 20:02:31
  • Tongue usually is in my cheek, Ruth - can't help it!

    Thanks for all comments.

    Posted by Robert Jones, N.A.P.A. on Wed 19 Oct 20:54:44
  • Yes away from the butcher all being well lovely

    Posted by dennis rounding on Wed 19 Oct 21:17:45
  • Cow on a mission.... lovely.

    Posted by SYLVIA EVANS on Thu 20 Oct 06:41:41
  • Well I'm well impressed Robert, this is superb and not easy, your colour palette is so well thought out and has some nice marks. As for Ratty, he always makes me smile.

    Posted by Alan Bickley on Thu 20 Oct 10:12:06