Photos of Hairy Cows from Scotland
About Scotland's Highland Cattle
Highland cows are a special breed of Scottish cattle with long shaggy coat and long horns. This breed of cows is easier to rear than other cattle because they're less fussy about what they eat and the shaggy coat provides adequate insulation in winter time. Highland cows are best known for their unusual coat and long bangs across their eyes and are affectionately known as hairy coos. They are commonly found in rural Scotland, particularly the Highlands and Islands and have an uncanny gift of becoming the center of attention and attract a crowd of tourists with cameras.
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These Scottish images are taken with a Canon 350D digital camera and are available in all sizes:
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The pixel size of the original images is 3456 x 2304 (resolution is 8 megapixels).
Maximum Size of Prints
The images on this page can be used to produce prints of up to 11.52 inch x 7.68 inch (29 cm x 20 cm) at 300 dpi (A4 paper size) or 17.28 inch x 11.52 inch (44 cm x 29 cm) at 200 dpi (A3 paper size).
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The photos are ideal for use in an accommodation leaflet and for other commercial uses (such as conference booklets and posters) as well as for private use as large and extra large framed Scottish prints for decorating office spaces or homes, for example.
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