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The Royal Lancashire Show, (UK), end of July 2021 1 month 3 weeks ago #3667752

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Here are a couple of photos I'm quite proud of taken at the Royal Lancashire Show a couple of days ago:



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great pics, Graham - is that your family and their stock entries? - did they win any rosettes?

I've been missing the Agricultural Shows this last couple of years - none of our local Ag shows were on this year again.
The Great Yorkshire Show was held - for 4 days instead of 3. I missed that too because I was away on holiday.

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Eira wrote: great pics, Graham - is that your family and their stock entries? - did they win any rosettes?

I've been missing the Agricultural Shows this last couple of years - none of our local Ag shows were on this year again.
The Great Yorkshire Show was held - for 4 days instead of 3. I missed that too because I was away on holiday.


The owner of the cattle was a guy from Scotland, and he'd just won first prize, not only with these two cattle, mum and her calf, but other prizes for some more Longhorn cattle, (to the left of the shot). He'd chosen to sit on this very quiet cow himself as the family just happened by, and of course the children wished to sit on a cow too, (why wouldn't you at that age!).

The two boys sat down first on the mother, and then the little girl asked if she was allowed to sit on the calf, so the owner told her to be very gentle, stroke the calf as you see her doing in the first photo, and then the girl gave her own mum such a pleased and proud smile didn't she, with her two brothers seemingly upstaged.

I told the two parents I thought the picture she was taking, or mine, might make a good cover for next years agricultural show brochure, (or something like that), and as you say what a nice family, and all credit to the Scots guy allowing this to happen with his very placid cattle, because "you're not really supposed to sit on a cow really are you"! smile.png
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perfect pictures of a perfect day.
that's awesome.
i am so glad you had such a great time.
you deserve it.
cheers.
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