Friday, August 12, 2011

Moo Much Fun

We think we'll get up in the morning and today will be yesterday, just one day later.

We drink a morning drink, do our a.m. routines, go wherever we go, thinking our everyday thoughts.

Until a jolt shakes the rut and our primal minds respond. Some days anger, some days wonder.

August first was my day for unexpected smiles.  And today is yours, courtesy of Austin's Cow Parade.  Doing good and having fun too.

A Moo-sical Moo-saic, by Allison Gregory.




Moo-sy in the Sky With Diamonds, by Allison Gregory.

Cowjunto Music, by Elizabeth C. Sullivan.

Batsy at Twilight by Linda Figg.

Moo-vement, by Angie Gahler.

Moo-saic, by Amy Oettle & The Bazaarvoice Team.

I Love Moo, by Angi Gahler. 

Me too.

Copyright 2009-2011 Kathleen Scott, for Hill Country Mysteries. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited.


Me said...

Those are quite possibly some of the oddest things I have ever seen in my life. I LOVE THEM!

Pit said...

I LOVE those - "Muh-Kuhs", as I used to call them as a child in Germany!

Elizabeth said...

Moo too.

The Field of Gold said...

We have our own resident artwork lurking in the field. "Augus" the big big iron rabbit stands tall, guards the house, yet does have a little air of menace about him.
He's only a few months on site. But has an admirers team already.
I think one of those cows would add sometime I think I would have to keep them a little separate I think.

Vince said...

I have a good friend that makes such in ceramic.

R. Sherman said...

Nothing like some decent pop-art to invoke a smile or two.


Gabriella Moonlight said...

I love this, thank you so much for sharing the cow parade...moo moo and more moo!!! These are all amazing pieces of work..thank you for sharing them!

Birdwoman said...

Thanks for giving me a morning smile. They've been hard to come by lately.

yogurt said...

I love moo, too! Love the pics.

Now are the cows still all in the area of Palmer center? I was talking to someone who works near there and said they've been scattered to their respective new homes? Or so she thought? Is this true? From your pics looks like they are clustered near each other.


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Cassy said...

Nice! I love those colorful cows photos.... cows in parade...

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Now that's the kind of cow I wouldn't mind having in my back yard....n

Beth said...

I like Moo-sy in the Sky with Diamonds the bestest. . .