Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for fences that are tried and true.  



This gentleman, right here, needs to stay on his side of the fence.  



Although if I take many more pictures of him, and his harem, he might start charging me his daily supermodel fee.  



"There comes a time in the affairs of a man when he must take the bull by the tail and face the situation."  

W.C. Fields  




Linking up with Teresa.....







Comments

  1. The supermodels do make the big money! He is handsome! Great fence shots! Enjoy your day!

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  2. yeah, i wouldn't want to make him angry!

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  3. Maybe so, but he looks like he's contemplating a move.

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  4. Handsome fella! He seems very curious about you.

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  5. He's quite the handsome fellow! Glad he hasn't thought of charging a fee yet ;) Very appropriate quote!

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  6. You have a great camera and your pictures definitely tell a story this morning!

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  7. Love the first shot with the beautiful blue sky and lovely clouds. He is a handsome fellow.

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  8. Ih I do hope he stays on HIS side of the fence. :)

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  9. I think his supermodel fee might be a bit steep, too!

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  10. He's definitely posing for you, so yeah, he might start charging soon! :) Beautiful images Michelle.

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  11. Oh my glad that fence is there. He looks like a mighty big guy. Would not want to try and run out him. I would lose.

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  12. he is a handsome one! :) thanks, michelle!

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  13. I hope you were in the car when you took that picture. Or at least near the car!! That buggar looks mean.

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  14. He does look like he could us a cup of coffee and some down time! LOL You made me smile! Thanks!

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  15. Morning, now that is a lot of Bull, he is handsome indeed. Blessings Francine.

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  16. Yep...important fence!:-) Lovely rural scene!

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  17. By the looks of things . . . a very good idea that the fence was between you and "blackie!"

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  18. Yep it's good to have fences that work. You rural scene is lovely and he's quite a handsome fellow.

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  19. He is bullish on cows as they would say in investment circles.

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  20. That first shot could be a painting!

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  21. Have You ever heard of the stink eye, Look at that bulls eyes that is what we hear in Alabama call the STINK EYE, That bull is dangerous!

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  22. He does look better on THAT side of the fence.

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  23. I remember visiting my aunt and uncle's farm and seeing this huge bull in a pen... when I got close it charged me and scared me to death! LOL! Bet he makes good babies, though! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  24. Hi Michelle, Wow, W. C. Fields said some pretty cool things, didn't he? And I hear you about Mr. Bull staying on his side of the fence! : - ) John

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  25. Hi Michelle, He is huge! Hope you guys have a nice weekend.
    Mildred

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  26. I love to see livestock out in the open air, enjoying life. Very pretty shots.

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  27. It is so big! Good to have a zoom, in this case!

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  28. Quite the handsome guy! No wonder he's a supermodel. I would be aware of future model fees as well...

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  29. He is quite handsome, but I am with you...he needs to stay on his own side of the fence.

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  30. Ha -- funny! And, a great quote from W.C. Fields too. You have a knack for coming up with the perfect quote for any given situation.

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