Posted on December 1, 2016
By Michael Griffiths
The cattle wait their turn to drink at the water trough, after I break the ice this morning.
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Adds new meaning to breaking the ice at the water cooler 🙂
Ditto to what RR says above.
Lovely light captured in the above image too.
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