Staring Steer

Staring Steer (Nope. Don’t Want to)

More than wild animals wander into our yard, as shown by this staring steer. He wandered over from next door and resented my suggestion he go home.

The horses of Cataloochee Ranch are the stars, but a herd of cattle also lives on the ranch through the summer. With the ranch approaching a thousand acres, even well-maintained fence lines can develop breaks. The cattle wander onto neighboring land in search of delicacies (and flower gardens are a favorite).

Normally, they travel in small herds, but this steer sauntered into our yard alone and confident. I went out to guide inside his fence (and to take some photographs, of course), and this stare was his response to my request to go home.

Staring Steer

More Photography

1 Comment

  1. Jane on July 21, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    Yeah he looks like he means business. I wouldn’t want to mess with him either. That look though. I love all your pictures. They are amazing.

Leave a Comment





Three Ways To Follow D.K. Wall

Social

Media

Social media is great when it works, but in their quest for advertising dollars, social media channels like Facebook insist I pay them to share my posts with my readers and even that doesn't guarantee it. Train your feed by liking and commenting on posts.

Monday

Musing

Receive a weekly email containing the complete Monday Musing (random observations on life or a short story), descriptions of the best of the 100 books a year I read, interesting links to things that amuse me, a vocabulary word, and a gratuitous dog photo.

Monthly

Newsletter

A monthly email with news about upcoming books, links to Monday Musings, fun surveys with your fellow readers, and subscriber exclusives. As a thank you, new subscribers receive two FREE ebooks. You may unsubscribe at any time, no questions asked.