Och Aye The Moo

The northwest corner of Europe, Cape Wrath in Sutherland, Scotland. In medieval times this was the untamed and inhospitable boundary of man's knowledge of Earth. The Edge of The World. Today it is one of the most beautiful places in the World... on a good day.

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  1. blueskyandhardrock
    blueskyandhardrock ·


  2. pearlmsqueaks
    pearlmsqueaks ·

    Would you be willing to enter this photo into my cow collection? www.lomography.com/photos/collections/50-cows

  3. blanches_nickelodeon
    blanches_nickelodeon ·

    @pearlmsqueaks hi. Yes for sure.

  4. sobetion
    sobetion ·

    nice :)

  5. druid
    druid ·

    want one!!

  6. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    Yep, that sure looks like the kind of beast you'd expect to find at the edge of the world...!

  7. retro-girl
    retro-girl ·

    Ah, highland cattle. We used to have a field full of them behind our house when I lived up in the Highlands. Woke up one morning to find most of them in the garden eating all the lupins!

  8. blanches_nickelodeon
    blanches_nickelodeon ·

    @retro-girl Love a coo!

  9. retro-girl
    retro-girl ·

    Magnificent creatures though a tad scary when they stampede and you have to jump onto a car roof to escape! Maybe I just have no luck with cattle?

  10. blanches_nickelodeon
    blanches_nickelodeon ·

    @retro-girl you had to moooooove quickly.