What could be more rural than the farmer leading his cows home for milking:

Taking the cattle to be milked

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here


  1. what a marvellous shot, although maybe not so good if you were trying to get somewhere!

  2. Lovely photo tranquil

  3. A perfect rural scene, Sue.

  4. Ooooh, I like that! So very calm and full of atmosphere.

  5. This looks rural to me 😀 😀

  6. A scene all of those brought up on a farm, or near a farm, can recall from childhood. Does this sort of ‘bring the cows home’ thing still happen?

  7. And worth seeing again. 🙂

  8. Very rural. Even here, which is also very rural, the cows are in sheds, and rarely walked across or along roads for milking.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. Sue, this is truly a special culture rich composition – your garbed the rural of course – but so much more is felt here
    the casual vibe of et – this man in his element – with his hands in pocket and strong, thin body (aged yet fit from and for this work) and then the color of hist sweater and the darker pockets of his pants brings a modern element to this scene.
    then his right foot and then all the swinging tails – and even the placement of the man among the animals was well captured
    the road,
    the bright green in the distance
    a top photo for me right now

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    • Sue

      Please do NOT link without stating that the content is copyright Sue Judd….it is NOT your photograph so don’t pretend it is

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