Cowboy photos.


Guns of the Golden West -Canada’s Original Wild West Show- Military Museum

Calgary Stampede parade 2005 ©

Here is a 
of some of the Cowboy photos we have taken throughout the years,  enjoy!

Cattle drive in Waiparous, Alberta.
October 2005 ©

Edit: “Mr. Tokeloshe didn’t shoot anything in this year’s hunting season, but photos. They were lucky to see some cowboys on horses during a cattle drive. They were fortunate enough to see a Grizzly, in Waiperous. Mr. Tokeloshe took me the next day to show me where they saw it, and I was lucky to see it as well”

Cattle drive in Waiparous, Alberta.
October 2005 ©

 

Cattle drive in Waiparous, Alberta.
October 2005 ©

“Bleeding Cowboy Font” from: Da Font.com

Rodeo at the Calgary Stampede. Please click for more photos. ©

Rodeo at the Calgary Stampede. Please click for more photos. ©

Rodeo at the Calgary Stampede. Please click for more photos. ©

Rodeo at the Calgary Stampede. Please click for more photos. ©

Kensington Sun and Salsa Festival 2008 ©

Watervalley Days 2008
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Watervalley Days 2008
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Watervalley Days 2008
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Watervalley Days 2008
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Watervalley Days 2008
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Devils Gap, Alberta, Canada. ©

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Canada day, 2005 Fort Calgary, Alberta, Canada Actors
Fort Calgary

Dutch creek ©

“Bleeding Cowboy Font” from: Da Font.com

6 comments

  1. WOW! Stunning photos. Jinne Tokeloshe, het jy self van die fotos geneem? sou graag die stories agter dit fotos wou gelees het. Moet maar een naweek jou hele blog deurlees, miskien vorm ek dan beter prentjies. Jy moet weet, hier loop nie cowboys by ons rond nie, net renosterjagters….

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    • Dankie, ek is baie bly jy hou draavan. Al die fotos is deur ek en my man geneem, ek het heelwat van hulle self geneem. Manlief neem meestal met die Nikon D300 af en ek met die D70, ek het dit op ou “posts” bygesit, maar ek weet nie of mense belangstel nie. Somige van die fotos “link” na ouer posts, maar ek is baie jammer ek het nie die stories bygeskryf nie. Ek sal ‘n “edit” insit vir die een Waiperous Cattle-drive.

      “Mr. Tokeloshe (dis nou manlief) didn’t shoot anything in this year’s hunting season, but photos. They were lucky to see some cowboys on horses during a cattle drive. They were fortunate enough to see a Grizzly, in Waiperous. Mr. Tokeloshe took me the next day to show me where they saw it, and I was lucky to see it too.”

      Hier loop baie cowboys rond veral met Stampede.
      Dit sal wonderlik wees as jy my blog lees, maar ek is bevrees jy het meer as ‘n naweek nodig 😉

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  2. Wow, wow and once more wow. I love this post!!! When I was young I read all about cowboys, Native Americans and generally speaking “Old Wild West”. I wish I that I would have been there. I have made a post about Sitting Bull and added it just now to my personal favorite list.

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    • Thank you very much, I am so pleased.
      One of the reasons that I made this post is because I want to do a scrapbook layout about cowboys, I also want to do one about Native Americans, especially after being inspired by your beautiful photos of the Sitting Bull exhibition.

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  3. I have just seen a programme on cowboys herding cattle in Australia. They use cars, quads & a helicopter. No horses, so they obviously don’t have these clothes. The cowboys are such a wonderful historic icon I hope they don’t disappear.Your pics on the rodeo are very good – hard to get action pictures so central & composed. Congrats.

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    • I think it is easier with quads and trucks if the bush isn’t too thick.
      It’s hard work, when I spoke to one of the working cowboys, it was very hot, but he was covered from head to foot, except for he’s hands, because of the horseflies. look at this photo.

      Hubby took the photos at the rodeo, they did come out well, I didn’t go with and I am glad I didn’t as I don’t like rodeos.

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