This book is a collection of color photographs of a bull that one day got through the fence of an adjacent pasture and began eating grass in my backyard. I grabbed my camera and decided to do a study of the big black bull. I captured images of the uninvited fellow as he wandered freely over my one-acre property, gathering tall green grass, punching deep holes in the ground with his hooves, fertilizing my lawn, and at one point getting long, clingy weeds stuck to his face. I observed his head, horns, mouth, legs, loins, torso, and male reproductive parts. Everything was proudly displayed. I backed away when he kicked his legs up and looked at me with fiery eyes. Apparently, I had come too close while shooting my photos, and my camera makes weird noises. Even though some pictures appear to be quite similar, notice how the handsome fellow has arranged his legs in unique positions, and how his tail swishes majestically. As he grazes casually, he places one leg forward, then the other, but seldom does he bring both front legs forward together unless he appears agitated. Also visible is a distinctive mud treatment applied to protect the thick hide and to keep the legs attractive. I attempted to keep this bold beast calm and quiet during our private photo shoot, but I must admit he made me rather nervous. I was afraid at any moment that he might charge me, by which I don't mean "ask for money." This whole book is full of bull.