This is meant to be a restful exercise so I was pleased to find a picture called 'Repose.'
(Artist - Darley, Felix Octavius Carr - 1822-1888)
It is not just the longhorns that were at ease.
You have to have sharp eyes to see the longhorn in this picture from Earls Court in London:
These were the cattle in Buffalo Bill's Wild West at Earls Court in 1937 (I think).
The next picture that caught my eye was of the Ojibwe chief, Beshekee.
(Marble bust by Francis Vincenti)
No horns but in Ojibwe his name is spelled Bizhiki; (Buffalo in English).
The world's largest buffalo may be found in Jamestown, North Dakota:
Sculptured after a male bison in full stride and anatomically correct.
I must confess I was not impressed by the size of his horns.
However I did like this animation of a buffalo at the gallop by Eadweard Muybridge:
For a really magnificent beast I located this by Indigo Valley
However the picture that really sickened me was one ex wikipedia.
A photo from the 1870s of a pile of bison skulls waiting to be ground for fertiliser.
(Author unknown, derative work PawelImm)
Would you have posed in front of the pile for a shot like this?
On a lighter note I do have one photo taken after a liquid night of a pair of horns from a Mexican bull.
The poser wishes to remain anonymous.
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