10 Jul 12 It being that time of year when young ungulates are born, I ventured out to my cousin's farm over the holiday weekend to see what I could capture calf wise and wasn't disappointed. So far there are 6 young'ns and perhaps as many more anytime soon. Of course this also means it's haying time, so there should be plenty of photo opportunity just down the block, so to speak, to keep me occupied for a while. While walking in the pasture I found this composition that was pleasing to my eye, and took several shots of it. After I got back home, and had worked with my favorite of the set for a short while, I got the idea of emphasizing certain aspects of the image and dropping out the rest. Nothing has been removed in this sense except for color, unless you are a purist, in which case I've added in all the colors, which is to say, I've rendered most of the image in white. The result of so doing is that your eye should be immediately directed to what I want you to see and it should stay there without much roaming. Even then, it should be pulled right back to the "important" stuff. Let's see if it works. D800; Aperture priority; 18 - 200; ISO 200; 1/320 sec @ f / 5.6.