Texas Longhorns

On a recent trip to the Texas Hill Country, we had a chance to ride through the Blue Ridge Ranch, in Llano to take a few photos. (Thanks Susan!)  Not having a lot of cattle experience, we weren’t sure how their longhorns would react to several guys hopping out of a pickup with cameras. Once they realized we were not there to feed them, they soon returned to their grazing.

These guys are as big as Texas and a very stately animal. According to their website, this young bull is BRR Smoke’n Mirrors. This 2.5 year old fine specimen already has great horns and just seemed to exemplify what a longhorn was to look like. Thanks again to Blue Ridge Ranch for allowing to take a visit and admire these Texas icons.

I wasn’t sure which way to process the image, so I did it with several variations, so make sure you scroll down to see all three.

 

A Texas Longhorn at the Blue Ridge Ranch in Llano, Texas. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

A Texas Longhorn at the Blue Ridge Ranch in Llano, Texas. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

A Texas Longhorn at the Blue Ridge Ranch in Llano, Texas. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 

 

One Response to Texas Longhorns

  1. Cherrell Woolley says:

    I can’t decide which photo I like best because all three are great! As a decor item, they could be placed in a vintage or a modern style room.

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