Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Cattle drive through town

Returning to my little series of photos of the cattle drive through a town about an hour east of Tamarindo, here is a photo of the cows as they continue down the street. You can see villagers, cars, bicycles, a motorcycle and pedestrians in the background.

Will the herd of cows negotiate their path or trample over those in their way? The answer, of course, will be shown tomorrow.

We have photos of the holidays in Santa Fe, New Mexico this week on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

4 comments:

Sharon said...

They really are skinny little cows!

Jarart said...

Seems strange to see the vaquero in shorts, pushing the cattle. Of course that is from someone who lives where every plant has stickers on it.

ρομπερτ said...

What a difference to the sight over here. Thank you for this nice escape. Please have you all a wonderful Wednesday.


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brattcat said...

This is truly a wonderful series, Dave. So many legs in this one.

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