A bull and dune buggy in Maracajau, Brazil.
LOL something you don't see every day! ;)
Great colours too
9 Sep 2010 5:40am
Une nouvelle sorte de corrida ? :)
Les couleurs sont superbes.
9 Sep 2010 7:42am
haha, very cool combination :D
9 Sep 2010 8:11am
This beautiful cow must be very impressed by the strange vehicle it will have things to be told her companions
9 Sep 2010 9:55am
WOW!! so strange!!!
9 Sep 2010 11:39am
@hadi: thank you, hadi.
lol that is funny Michael and cool but mostly funny !Q
9 Sep 2010 12:52pm
@Lorraine: Also the bull was big enough that I was careful not to get too close. thanks, Lorraine.
:) good picture !! funny !
9 Sep 2010 1:08pm
Fun, funny! And mostly.....GREAT colours!
9 Sep 2010 1:10pm
Wow, that's great Michael... Fun fun fun ! This is something you don't see every day ;)
9 Sep 2010 1:32pm
This is a riot .... what a GREAT sighting and capture! Don't you just wonder what he was thinking?
9 Sep 2010 2:56pm
@Judy aka L@dybug: I think he was just enjoying the taste of the plants. Thanks, Judy.
An interesting family portrait : the buggy and the bull :-)
9 Sep 2010 3:36pm
Nice juxtaposition, but I'm not sure it's a bull. Seems to me there is a teat showing....
9 Sep 2010 6:05pm
@vu@granby - Wolfgang: Excellent observation. Perhaps my title was a lotta bull. thanks, Wolfgang.
Even though it's a cow, it's a great photo! She looks so big next to the buggy.
9 Sep 2010 8:09pm
Maybe it heard about ' Bull Bars ' that some jeeps have.... ? :0 Very nice colourful bright shot.
9 Sep 2010 8:46pm
@Michael: Very witty. Thanks, Michael.
Is the bull really that much bigger compared to the dune buggy or was there some perspective going on here to make it seem so massive?
10 Sep 2010 1:50am
@Dutçh: The bull was a bit closer than the dune buggy but it was still very big. Thanks, Dutch.
scène originale, j'aime !
12 Sep 2010 7:21pm
This is so great, funny image and a great capture, well done
14 Sep 2010 12:16am
@Mici: Thanks for your great comments, Mici.
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