I started writing about this cow, and where I found her, but then realized that the Cotswolds deserve their own post. It's an area I'm pretty familiar with, and a very pretty area at that.
So more on the Cotswolds later. For now, just enjoy the cows, which we found grazing alongside a single track road near Bibury, one of the loveliest stretches of paved road anywhere in the world.
I am not exaggerating.
But these cows also deserve their own post, and many superlatives: pretty, lovely, curious (okay, not exactly superlative, but a vital factor in my love for them). And of course they are just downright picturesque.
This little guy stood out from the rest, both literally and figuratively.
This bull looks a lot like the bull that's sometimes in my pasture. I wonder if they're brothers?
I just loved the markings on this little guy.
Finally, at the inn where we stopped for tea in Bibury, we were greeted with more cows: This painting by Katharine Lightfoot features two lovely bovines. I want it so bad.