By WR Jones
I did this small study of Angus while on a recent painting trip. They were in a canyon in Wyoming. Someone made fun of me saying he couldn’t tell if they were rocks or cows. I guess he had a valid concern. Actually I don’t think the shapes are that far off. One was lying down, one facing away and getting up, and the nearest was standing in a dip with head down feeding.
These are COWS not ROCKS. Maybe I should repaint that first cow to make it clear. The next time I’m going to tell her to pick her head up and hold still.
I was alone in this canyon and wondering about bears. This is in the Teton area and there are bears around somewhere. I thought if these cows start running, I’m going with them.
This was one of the few “nice” (as we Californians define it) days of the trip. There was a lot of cold, wind, rain, and snow which I will whine about later.