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Thread: In the countryside our cows look like this!

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    In the countryside our cows look like this!

    Our cows are so strange you cant milk them!

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    They'd fit in nicely in Mooball in Far Northern NSW!
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    Corrugated cows.
    Milks udderly awful. To much iron.

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    They re a bit out of focus Drake. But Mooooving right along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffsta View Post
    They re a bit out of focus Drake.
    Unfortunately, I found, most things are out of focus in Coonamble.
    Also think that Jimmy has found the only dairy cows in the district. They're rarely herd of up there!

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    It should be in the "black-and-white" section.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    OMG, Mark! Two truly terrible puns in the space of only a few posts! Off with his head!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark L View Post
    Unfortunately, I found, most things are out of focus in Coonamble.
    Also think that Jimmy has found the only dairy cows in the district. They're rarely herd of up there!
    indeed they are lol

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    I hear the milk has a slightly metallic taste.

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    it dose just a little

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    I can't begin to imagine the damage they'll inflict if the bulls every get to 'em!!



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    Is this a case of not managing your "depth of field" correctly???
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjc View Post
    Is this a case of not managing your "depth of field" correctly???
    ??

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