I have some friends close by that have some Scottish Highlander young cows on their farm. Highland cattle descend from the Hamitic Longhorn, which were brought to Britain by Neolithic farmers in the second millennium BC, as the cattle migrated northwards through Africa and Europe. Highland cattle were historically of great importance to the economy, with the cattle being raised for meat primarily and sold in England.
They came in a range of colors, but mostly red or dun.
One cold early Spring morning I set out to my friends farm to get some images of their black Highlander Heifer and Bull. I was working on getting images of the young heifer, when this sheep decided she wanted in on the excitement. I was annoyed by it at first because she wouldn't get out of my image, but then I decided, what the heck. I am glad I went ahead and got the image anyway, I really like how it turned out.
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