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Cows On Midsummer Common

Closeup of cow on Midsummer Common

If you have looked at my photos of the cows on Midsummer Common here in Cambridge, you probably don’t realise how close to the houses the cows can be. So this is to correct that.

Of course, I didn’t shoo the cows over there. They just happened to be at this side of the Common. I singled this one out because it caught the rays of the sun so well. That chestnut brown is wonderful, isn’t it.

In case you think this is way out in the countryside, this is less than 500 yards as the crow flies from the centre of Cambridge.

Cow on Midsummer Common

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7 replies on “Cows On Midsummer Common”

Who can’t get no satisfaction? The cow? It was munching on the good stuff. 🙂

Some Stones stuff I don’t like – mostly their early stuff. But by the time the ‘Let It Bleed’ album came out I think they had married their millionth-of-a-second timing with some lovely, complex tunes. That album is one of my favourites of any band.

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