Basking in the sunlight

A herd of cattle, whose reflections can be seen in this Sampson County pond, take an afternoon break, basking in the sun despite the climbing temperatures last week. Sampson is ranked 5th North Carolina for its cattle. Last recorded N.C. Cooperative Extension statistics show that there were 26,500 head of cattle here in 2015. -

A herd of cattle, whose reflections can be seen in this Sampson County pond, take an afternoon break, basking in the sun despite the climbing temperatures last week. Sampson is ranked 5th North Carolina for its cattle. Last recorded N.C. Cooperative Extension statistics show that there were 26,500 head of cattle here in 2015.

A herd of cattle, whose reflections can be seen in this Sampson County pond, take an afternoon break, basking in the sun despite the climbing temperatures last week. Sampson is ranked 5th North Carolina for its cattle. Last recorded N.C. Cooperative Extension statistics show that there were 26,500 head of cattle here in 2015.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/web1_Cows.jpgA herd of cattle, whose reflections can be seen in this Sampson County pond, take an afternoon break, basking in the sun despite the climbing temperatures last week. Sampson is ranked 5th North Carolina for its cattle. Last recorded N.C. Cooperative Extension statistics show that there were 26,500 head of cattle here in 2015.