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Lincoln Rogers Print featuring the photograph Where Is My Hairbrush by Lincoln Rogers

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10.00" x 8.63"

 

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Where Is My Hairbrush Print

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Where Is My Hairbrush print by Lincoln Rogers.   Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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LOL, adorable capture!

A big THANK YOU to Sara Raber for featuring this in the group Farm Animals Only!

Oh my, this is hilarious Lincoln!! Fantastic capture of attitude!! :)) vfg+

Just fabulous Lincoln - what a face!! That certainly looks like a bad hair day! Are these Black Herefords - they don't look like pure Angus. But...lol...you'd know! And they definitely show their roots in the Highlands where they pronounce this as a "hayland coo." Love this. F/L T G

Lincoln Rogers replied:

LOL! I think almost anything with a dash of Black Angus is called Black Angus these days! :o) Thanks, Lianne!

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In this photograph by Lincoln Rogers, a black angus yearling hangs close to its herd but seems to be having an attitude about the disheveled condition of its hair. Photography software was used to add light textures to the entire image, along with a weathered/aged look that was applied to the edges of the photograph. According to Wikipedia - Angus cattle (Aberdeen Angus) are a breed of cattle commonly used in beef production. They were developed from cattle native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in Scotland, and are known as Aberdeen Angus in most parts of the world. They are naturally polled (do not have horns) and solid black or red, although the udder may be white. There have always been both red and black individuals in the population, but in the USA they are regarded as two separate breeds Red Angus and Black Angus. Black Angus is the most common beef breed of cattle in the United States.

About Lincoln Rogers

Lincoln Rogers

Lincoln Rogers enjoys capturing through his lens the people, places, events and landscapes of the cowboy, the horse and the American West. He is a freelance writer and photographer with thousands of stories, articles and photographs published in dozens of magazines and websites, including Western Horseman Magazine, Persimmon Hill Magazine, The Fence Post, Ketchpen, GRIT, The Wrangler, PhelpsSports.com, etc.

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