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This pencil drawing of "Portrait of William the roper" (aka: "William at Art Class") was done by artist Andrew Murray on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009, as I (who you see in the drawing) was doing a drawing on paper by looking at Claude Monet's painting as I used a little watercolor paints ready for the image I was drawing, as while I was drawing, Andrew Murray was drawing and doing the portrait of me drawing an image on paper and kind of almost everything to just feel like you're really right there in the real-life picture as, really, this image was definitely taken from the real-life action of one of the current real-life cowboys and greatest real true rodeo tie-down ropers of all-time, William MacLeod.

This looks like the best portrait that Andrew Murray had really ever done of me, and there's a lot of joy as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the drawing, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER.

This pencil drawing was drawn on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009, and this is definitely yet another very beautiful great image of the best roper of all-time, William MacLeod (who's real rodeo idol ropers are totally
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this could just really be one of your top best favorite images, as to show a real cowboy of today in both 1996-2011 rodeo seasons, 2007 and 2009, as THIS ONE JUST ROCKS! :)

William MacLeod really likes to say "This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", well it's true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place, but that's what I really say it is, as a well-spoken young man, ever. WILLIAM MacLEOD!

This really shows that my favorite things to do is roping calves in the rodeos and open ropings and doing artwork and playing guitar and singing, as I'M JUST COWBOY COOL AT OTHER GREAT STUFF!

This artwork as a painting of "The Real William MacLeod of Ropers”, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy roping a calf as it was originally turned backwards as if he was tying left-handed as this drawing was done by probably the artist Steven James Petruccio from a Rodeo coloring book.
 
I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and decided to make it more like a real one to turn it backwards to show that it's kind of even far much better to be right-handed by tying up the legs with your right-hand, which is the real way of how I really do it, so and changed the colors and made them different and then paint it as if I wanted it to be the portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is one of the fastest tiers forever and ever. When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great run to rope and tie up that Charolais calf (who is light straw color with a little bit of some pink skin). While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I held two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and twirled three swings of my loop around my head and then I would throw my loop out for the rope to reach the Charolais calf’s head. Then I stopped my horse “Lexi” (know changed to “Sierra”) to put the brakes on while I made a quick flip of the rope to loop the calf. Then I dismounted down from the saddle of Sierra and ran down to the Charolais calf and flanked it down. Then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string and then I rolled the calf over as if to make sure that it would lay down good as I threw my hands up in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is truly one of the fastest tiers as it’s two fast wraps and a half hitch and then up go my hands in the air to signal a completed tie, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as 
if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod (I) probably ropes and ties just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and even of course, several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too!

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod of Ropers" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run of roped and tied, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as the white shirt and the white cowboy hat must bring me (William) good luck at making the best run.

I really wanted people to think that this is probably one of the best rodeo scenes from the Wrangler Collection, as this really features cowboy William MacLeod, having roped a Charolais steer, ties the steer and raises his hands, finished, as if this probably may have been taken from the real-life action of William MacLeod from possibly at an actual rodeo or every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in San Antonio, Texas, the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Pocatello, Idaho and also, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as well, too, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona and also of course, every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, and also, that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). 

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for three days as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful light cream straw Charolais calf, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white, William in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt with black pearl shiny snap-on buttons, sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my hands up very high in the air, the white writing of rodeo on the red board on the fence, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the writing of “Let ‘R’ Buck” on the fence, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, 
the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans,  the red and yellow stripe on the blue fence (to make it very entertaining), the spare pink piggin’ string on my belt and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that he can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also 
a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, the roper from the coloring book didn't a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string, so, I just decided to put the jerk line on my horse and the spare piggin’ string on my belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING AND TYING CALVES!

This was painted on Saturday, October 15th, 2011, Monday, October 17th, 2011 and Tuesday, October 18th, 2011, and this is just a very great beautiful great image as this can also make a great video clip of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) as I just thought for real life to just make the real fun of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever, this painting must show that William MacLeod’s truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century.

This painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers"
 and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Joe Beaver won his second world championship in the all-around category in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "The John Wayne of Calf Roping”, by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).
 
I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and decided to make it more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is one of the fastest tiers forever and ever.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking 
of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time and that's why I decided to call this painting "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne (the Duke) in the 1934 movie of "The Man from Utah" as if it was at the movie clip of the 5th and final clip of the calf roping event, as if that was where John Wayne was roping and tying down the calf, as it kind of reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great smashing run to rope and tie up that Hereford calf. While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I definitely had held two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and after I nodded for the calf when I gave the calf the correct head start and was lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't break the barrier, as I galloped on my horse and I got ready loop ready and swung and twirled it for about probably three swings around my head. Then after three swings, I would throw my loop to reach the Hereford calf’s head. Then I would shoot my slack back and shoot it and sling it up high in the air to loop the calf while I stopped my horse “Sierra” to get ready to put the brakes on. Then I would get ready to lift my left foot out of the stirrup. Then I was ready to be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra on the right hand side. Then after I dismounted from Sierra, then I finally ran down to the Hereford calf and flanked it down. Then I strung the calf's front leg after I removed the blue piggin' string from my teeth and then made great speed tying as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying my pink piggin' string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of two fast wraps and a half hitch and then I threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch to show that I was done for time and that I was just finished, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping" and is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that I can also spend my hours roping a calf for practice and that I'm still forever and ever one of the fastest tiers as it’s two fast wraps and a half hitch with my pink piggin' string and then up go my hands in the air to signal a completed tie, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf roper named Joe Beaver!

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "The John Wayne of Calf Roping" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to go for the quickest possible time that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at 
putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers, Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as well, too!!! :) :) :)

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for 
very hard and slowly as it took me several hours in the nighttime to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white roof, William (I, me) in a blue and white polka-dotted bandana tied around his neck with a blue Wrangler western cowboy shirt with the yellow writing of "Wrangler" on the back of the shirt, the left collar and on top of the left-collar pocket and yellow on some of the inside, sunglasses, indigo-Stonewash-blue Wrangler jeans, the brown leather tag with the writing of Wrangler on the back right pocket of the Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my hands up very high in the air after tying up the calf, the light-golden yellowish-sepia, red and white fences, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the #8 tag on my back, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the colorful trees and foothills, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the spare white piggin’ string on my belt, the brown leather cowboy boots with the spurs and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also 
a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, the roper from the coloring book didn't a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string, so, I just decided to put the jerk line on my horse and the spare piggin’ string on my belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the West of the Pecos rodeo in Pecos, Texas, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING AND TYING CALVES!

This was painted on and between Saturday, September 19th, 2011 and Sunday, October 20th, 2011, and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that t
his really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers"
 and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Joe Beaver won his second world championship in the all-around category in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork is a painting of "Rodeo Events Group”, showing rodeo's three real main events painted by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod.

The steer wrestler illustration was originally an illustration drawn and done probably by artists of probably David Ashby or Ivan Hissey or John Woodcock from the book called "The Horse: A Miscellany of Equine Knowledge" by author Julie Whitaker with Ian Whitelaw (who was the collaborator) and the foreword by William Steinkraus.

The tie-down roper and bull rider illustrations was originally done probably by the lead illustrator Mike Garland, as those two images of the calf roper and bull rider were generally from a book called "The Sports Book" by the DK publishing companies and the images of the bull rider and calf roper were generally also from http://www.dkimages.com of http://www.dkimages.com/discover/Projects/RD116/previews/12394807.JPG.

I decided that rodeo's three real main events at all real western rodeos all over both the USA and Canada are tie-down roping (for the cowboys and the cowgirls), steer wrestling, and of course, bull riding (for the cowboys and the cowgirls) as the three real main events in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that the tie-down roper William MacLeod (in the center), the steer wrestler and the bull rider are all working hard to beat the clocks at doing those three real major events at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada everywhere all the time as those three real images sure looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes those same three images, as if it can also make the same great video clips at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different lights and colors, as all of this whole image represents the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice those three real events in the practice pens as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing those three events all the time at any different places or any times of the days or any other different days.

I decided that the event steer wrestling in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this steer wrestler is doing this at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowboy jumping off his horse onto the steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting the steer wrestler, I was also thinking of more likely of "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 1st great movie and great video clip of the steer wrestling event from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943), as if this painting also looked very similar to the movie clip of the cowboy in the steer wrestling event and how I would see that the movie clip of the first steer wrestler gallops at full speed and just gets ready leave the horse to land on top of the steer from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if for the real true done deal as for people who are fans of John Wayne to compare to rodeo, as if this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy getting ready to wrestle the steer as it shows that the steer wrestler is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy jumping onto the steer is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is working hard to wrestle this steer at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that steer wrestling really requires the competitor to launch himself off his horse onto a running steer. When I also painted this steer wrestler, I was also thinking that he was going to make a great run to wrestle that beautiful horned red and white Hereford steer, as it shows that the cowboy is sliding off the beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named "Black Beauty" (who is also perfectly well trained for the rodeo event of steer wrestling and tie-down roping events, and also the white foot on the back hind left as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, as this is the real true done deal of a great "modern times" "Black Beauty" with the real white foot on the back hind left, as I wanted it to be the best real correct kind of Black Beauty as a beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named in this painting to have it’s white foot on the back hind left is that the real people and all of us would really want to sometimes just enjoy for the real right place as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty", as this is just one that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal) is a trained horse, as the hazer probably did the best job to keep the Hereford steer in a straight line to make sure is that it looks like that this steer wrestler is working very hard to jump and slide and leave off of Black Beauty to get ready to wrestle that Hereford steer. When I was also painting the steer wrestler, I was thinking that this bulldogger is shown leaping from his horse “Black Beauty" (also the tie-down roping horse) to just about be ready to make a quick catch. Then after the cowboy’s feet have hit the ground after the hazer has ridden on by, he will then dig in his boot heels in the ground and will pull down the steer and get it wrestled to the ground and will have all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this red and white Hereford steer to the ground.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run on that Hereford steer and will probably do great to bulldog it down to the ground at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This steer wrestler probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as if the steer wrestler is going to make a great run as if, yes, he got the steer and wrestled it down. Also, I like to think that this steer wrestler is doing it by how I also think that this cowboy is a great bulldogger, like steer wrestlers Steve Duhon
and Luke Branquinho, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and of course, the country singer Tim Wilson, the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, many other different great cowboys of steer wrestling.

I decided that the tie-down roper in the painting would be the self-portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) dismounting from "Sierra" (the horse) and is happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping with sometimes the nickname "CAPTAIN RODEO" at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers. When I also painted my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great run to rope and tie up that Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf. While I was painting this tie-down roper, I was thinking that I held only just one coil of the rope in my left hand and took two turns of two swings of my loop around my head and then I would throw my loop to catch the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf’s head. Then I stopped my horse “Sierra” and got ready to put the brakes on while I shot my slack back to loop the calf while I leaped down from the saddle of Sierra at the same time I held onto my slack for extra long time as by the time my right foot hit the ground, I spun the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf around and then worked hard to run super, super and super fast down to the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf and then got ready to flank it down. Then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string and then I threw my hands up in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod probably felt like he made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a half hitch, as if I let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever!

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod (in the centre roping the Shorthorn calf) is probably one of the best rodeo scenes along with bull riding and steer wrestling as I am making a great roping run of showing that as my horse "Sierra" backs off to hold rope tight, I (William MacLeod) leap off to run and tie up that struggling calf, and also is just showing is that the rider may have to leave the saddle when trying to rope a calf.

The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). William MacLeod is wearing a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons) and blue Wrangler jeans.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping calves (as I'm the roper in the center) as this roper kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting the calf roper, the roper probably didn't have a piggin' string in his mouth and also didn't have a second lasso on the saddle, so, I just decided to put the piggin' string in my mouth and a spare piggin’ string on my belt and a second lasso as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that this roper definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES AND IS IN THE CENTER PICTURE!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod (the one in the center) roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of myself in the center as it kind of shows that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

William MacLeod can also still be known all the time as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, as if with perfect authority, as well, too!!! :) :) :).

I decided that the event bull riding would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowboy is doing this in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the bull rider on the bull, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

The bull rider from the illustration probably didn't have on a protective vest and chaps, so, I just decided to put the protective vest and chaps on the bull rider as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be a real professional bull rider, as if to also compete in the PBR World Finals and also the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of more likely of "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 4th great movie and great video clip of the Brahma bull riding event from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943), as at the same time, this painting also looked very similar to the movie clip of the 3rd great movie and great video clip of the Brahma bull riding event and how I would see that movie clip from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) is just kind of by looking very similar to this painting for the real true done deal as for people who are fans of John Wayne to compare to rodeo, as if this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996", as if how, I was also thinking and showing of how there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy on the bull as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy on the bull is perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that bull riding is just very exciting and the real glamour of the ladies competing in the bull riding with the men at the same time. When I also painted this bull rider, I was thinking that he was going to make a great ride on the Santa Gertrudis (a breed that is crossbred between a Brahman and a Shorthorn) bull. Then after the Santa Gertrudis bull left the chutes after he nodded his head, the cowboy held on for the whole eight seconds as if to just make a good ride. After he probably had completed his whole eight second ride, then he got off the bull very easily after the rodeo clowns had just probably rushed in to distract the Santa Gertrudis.

Then right there, it just shows that this bull rider is probably working hard to just making a good ride at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. Then after the cowboy got off the bull, he walked with his arms up high in the air and tipped his hat with the right hand to the crowd and then he high-fived the rodeo clown and and tapped the rodeo clown on the elbow and also raised his two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised his right thumb out as if just to show that this was a great ride he had probably made on this Santa Gertrudis bull he might've made for this same ride at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowboy is wearing a white t-shirt with a white Wrangler western cowboy shirt and also is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe the lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime. Also, when I was painting this bull rider on the Santa Gertrudis bull, I was thinking that this bull rider is really trying to be chasing some of the greatest bull riders with probably the names of bull riders Tuff Hedeman, and even of course, Adriano Moraes and many other bull riders, as if I like to think that this bull rider is really riding kind of like Tuff Hedeman and even of course, Adriano Moraes, Chris LeDoux (world bull riding champion and country singer),
the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also of course, the singer, Elvis Presley and even, many others, of bull riding (who use their left-hand in the bull-rope) as that's what's great about bull riding.

I really wanted people to think that this bull rider (the one on the right) is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great eight second ride and that it kind of shows is that riding a bucking bull is considered by some cowboys and cowgirls to be more dangerous and that the rider must keep one hand aloft, for touching the animal disqualifies him. The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The cowboys and cowgirls are all probably watching from somewhere as they are cheering for the bull rider for good luck to make the eight-second ride.

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that those are three real main events at all real western rodeos and it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful Santa Gertrudis bull, the leather protective vest and chaps, the bull rider's tension, balance and excitement, the colorful black leather cowboy boots on the bull rider, the yellow writing of "Rodeo Events Group" on top of the blue (to show that it's the name of the title for the painting), the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the red, white and blue stripe, the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans forever and ever in the real true done deal and right place, the way this bull is bucking, the bull rider in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, the yellow signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the blue (just to make it very entertaining for this wonderful world of rodeos and it's real three main events in this painting), the colorful Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf, William MacLeod in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds in some parts of the day, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of how I'm dismounting and holding the slack of the rope, the red and yellow stripe on the blue fence (to make it very entertaining), the spare pink piggin’ string on my belt, the beautiful color of the red and white Hereford steer, the steer wrestler in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the red, white and blue fence, the steer wrestler's tension to get ready to wrestle down the steer, the beauty of the black horse named “Black Beauty" with a white star and white feet on the hind left and is also the best steer wrestling and tie-down roping horse ever and and also almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for good luck for white in the real standard of the steer wrestling event and the best bulldogging and tie-down roping horse ever, "Black Beauty", as it is just about almost nearly everything to just make you feel like you're really right there in the picture watching the three real main events as it is just about everything to feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the real three events all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the bull riding event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like just another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really shows is that rodeo riding is really a popular event in North America and Canada, as is found mainly in the Western states of America where it does have a huge following as there are now three basic real competitive events in a rodeo; steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES, as William MacLeod is truly the great amazing tie-down roper alive for the 100th century forever and ever!

This is probably one of the best image in one at the same time of a cowboy riding a bucking bull, William MacLeod roping the calf and of course, the other cowboy is jumping off a horse onto a steer, to make it look all realistic and real, as this painting must show that the bull rider must look like the "Bull Riding Champion of the Universe!", the steer wrestler must look like the "Steer Wrestling (Bulldogging) Champion of the Universe!" and also that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

This was painted on Friday, November 25th, 2011, Saturday, November 26th, 2011 and Sunday, November 27th, 2011 and this is just a very great beautiful great image of three events all in one whole picture as they can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive any three of your favorite events from one of the pictures in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, every open ropings, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowgirls can also compete in the Brahman bull riding and tie-down roping events with the cowboys at the NFR, Calgary Stampede and many other different ones and also the Women's rodeos, as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that the three cowboys in this painting are being cheered by all of the audience, as they are cheering for the cowboys to make great runs as all three of them are wearing black Wrangler western cowboy shirts (with snap-on buttons), so that they could think a lot of cowboys and cowgirls sometimes like to wear them, as if to still win the fastest times in the two timed events and also win and complete the eight-second ride on the bull.

Then it also shows right there in the image with the American and Canadian flags as if just to show that rodeos are popular all over the United States and Canada.

I also really wanted people to think that from looking at this painting is that held in Las Vegas, the National Finals Rodeo is the most prestigious event of its kind in the United States.

Also from looking at this painting, each year new names are added to this list of world champions. The championships await and YOU TOO can be a world champion. LET'S RODEO FOREVER AND EVER!

Also, you may want to think that sometimes probably one of the greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo are some of the best cowgirls who sometimes also probably combined size, speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes and cowgirl calf ropers and also you may want to think that among the greatest bull riders ever is that sometimes cowgirls have captured bull riding championships, as well as if to be blessed with exceptional balance and coordination, as sometimes probably the best cowgirls in bull riding might probably be noted for riding with a slack rope and looking off into the arena crowd while in action.

This really looks like that this is the real tradition of rodeo's three real main events of tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in this event since it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows that there is definitely a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER to be lucky to be having rodeos forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This looks like a great rodeo scene showing three cowboys in blue Wrangler jeans, black Wrangler western cowboy shirts working hard to beat the clocks. A half indoor and sky backgrounds, a red, white and blue fence and everything else behind. This outstanding image exemplifies MacLeod's illustrative prowess and knowledge of the rodeo action and also his event, THE TIE-DOWN ROPING.

William MacLeod really likes to say, "This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", well it's true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place, but that's what I really say it is, as a well-spoken young man, ever. WILLIAM MacLEOD!

This original extreme sport really shows that this thrilling rodeo painting of three events is really rounding up heart-pumping rodeo footage from across the nation, as this collection of the three events of the rodeo really features some of the original extreme sport's best bull riders, bulldoggers and calf ropers. But, when the toughest cowboys and the toughest cowgirls on the circuit take on the meanest critters around, the animals won't be the only ones in the arena with raw hides. So grab a front-row seat for all the wild, white-knuckle action!

Sometimes by looking at this whole painting, I think it sometimes ought to show is that it still really means to Cowboy Up! It's the greatest sport on dirt and it's coming to your living room! It'll heat up your living room for sure, as if from looking at this painting, it really will show how THESE COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS KNOW HOW IT'S DONE FOR SURE AS IT'S RODEO TIME! This painting kind of does show is that you're about to see some of the wildest rides by some of the bravest (or craziest) cowboys and cowgirls. With hundreds of rides, wrecks and rodeos under their belts, these cowboys and cowgirls have earned the right to be called Super Star. Watch the sport's best in the events that made them famous: bull ridin', steer wrestlin', and calf ropin'. We've collected some of the finest thrills and throws to prove once and for all that rodeo men and women of bull riders are totally still the toughest around, forever and ever as it's just side-splittin', bone-jarrin', bull-bustin' action for the best hilarious rip-roarin' rodeo hi-jinks collected in one hot painting, as it sure looks packed with plenty of rollicking action, as this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope, as if to show what it's like to ride in the rodeo and do the three real main events of only just all the time of steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping, as those three riders and this whole painting is all here for you to enjoy and repeat and make great video clips by looking at those three images in one over and over again after the 11th millennium and beyond, as the real hard-hitting collection of real rodeo action of SUPER STARS AND GREAT RIDES OF RODEO features nothing but the best of expert wrestling, riding, roping, and busting, as that's what AMEN really means for A RODEO WHERE RODEOS ARE BORN.

Roper William MacLeod has captured the whole skill of the action and skill of anyone riding a bull, myself (William MacLeod) calf roping and also a cowboy wrestling a steer, as this shows that the real main rodeo events are Brahman bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling and also the professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes still keep on making it look very easy when actually it is sometimes still very difficult.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper”, by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an illustration artwork painted by artist William Dugan from a book called "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years, as William Dugan probably originally did the rodeo roping illustration around 1965.

I photocopied this illustration from the book "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years and decided to make it more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as originally in the illustration by William Dugan, the calf was probably very way much bigger, the roper didn't probably have a piggin' string in his mouth and probably carried a piggin' string on his belt, there was probably no martingale on the horse, the rope coils were on the saddle horn originally in the illustration by artist William Dugan and the roper didn't hold the loop in the illustration as he was probably twirling the loop high in the air (kind of like a trick roper's style) as any calf roper might sometime throw their loop that way like a trick roper's style while the coils are on the saddle horn. But then, I could start to sense that it's very dangerous to keep your rope coils over the saddle horn as if you kept your rope coils on the saddle horn and twirled your rope without holding the loop, as if by trying to twirl it like a trick roper's style, but if you tried to twirl it in the air, then your loop would easily fall and slip to the ground and if it got caught around the horse's hind leg, then with the coils on the saddle horn, I guess I felt that I was probably right that you could probably get in a bad wreck as if your horse were to probably either start bucking or get spooked, and that probably would not be good! So then, I was still right that it could make a real great painting as I photocopied this illustration and shrunk the calf and made it the real different size and also put the coils of the rope in my (William MacLeod's) left hand and I decided to put the loop in my right hand to hold onto the loop and people will know a lot about the real ways of how to swing and throw a loop just right as I was just glad to decide that this event tie-down roping in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and working to catch the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) twirling the rope to catch the Hereford calf as it really shows that this great lively image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also painted my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I was going to not miss that calf, but I just figured I was still going to throw that rope to catch that calf, and just to try to pen by making sure that I try my best not to break any barriers so I could give that calf a head start, and to just pay and try not to beat myself, just try to score good, just keep on taking good throws and try to just tie them all tight as if I was probably going to just make a great run to catch and tie up that beautiful red and white Hereford calf. While I was painting this tie-down roper, I was thinking that I held only just only two coils of the rope in my left hand and I think that Sierra and I had left the chutes and then probably had whipped my lasso on the horse's left rump and then to the right rump, as if to make my horse "Sierra" go faster to get ready to chase after the calf. Then, right there, I am taking at least four swings of my loop around my head and then after the fourth swing with just the right length of the loop very big, then I would throw my loop out to catch the Hereford calf’s head. Then once the Hereford calf was lassoed, I would stop my beautiful bay American Quarter horse named "Sierra" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping) and got ready to put the brakes on while I pulled my slack back and then shot and slung the slack high in the air to loop the calf while I was just about getting ready to let "Sierra" put the brakes on. Then, I lifted my left foot out of the stirrup and then be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra as I had probably just pitched and shot and slung the rope in the air and then back to make sure that it would loop the calf, just before my left foot would then hit the ground and then was running, as if the Hereford calf had hit the end of the rope and then after I had worked hard to run super, super and super very fast down to that Hereford calf, then I got ready to flank it down and then removed the blue piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a hooey with my piggin' string and then I threw my hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod probably felt like I had probably made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a hooey, as if I did it in a style of roping like John Wayne and I also let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever!

When I also painted this image, I was also really thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "Rainbow Valley" (released in 1935), "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw that rope and tie down the Hereford calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named Joe Beaver, Jerry Jetton, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as I painted the 800 number on the saddle blanket and for the red background, so people could know that it’s probably the best number ever and that Steve Konchalski, our neighbor from 17 Nicholson Court in Antigonish in Nova Scotia in Canada won a record of 800 games as a basketball coach, so I decided to paint the number 800 and also paint “COACK K” in yellow writing on the blue (so it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show), and also St. F. X. vs. UNB because I wanted this to show that William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as well, too.

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is working hard to swing that loop to try and rope that Hereford in four swings at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

Also, in this painting,
right there, you can really tell how this cowboy William MacLeod is roping off his beautiful American Quarter Horse named "Sierra", just getting ready to lasso a Hereford calf at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere and that this painting really shows that tie-down roping, a rodeo event, is the classic American sport that stems back to an earlier time in the Old West based on the working cowboy or working cowgirl gathering cattle for branding or doctoring and when "ropers" probably went into town to compete against each other, as the ultimate goal was to see who was the best and fastest at roping and tying up the young steer in the quickest possible time. The sport is a timed event that involves one mounted rider (roper) who catches a young steer with his/her rope.

I really wanted people to think that this artwork self-portrait paintings of King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod roping a calf at every different rodeos, open ropings, practice pens and many other different arenas or areas all over the United States and Canada, as this painting shows that tie-down roping is a high-speed, precision rodeo event. This beautifully artwork captures a self-portrait of rodeo cowboy hand William MacLeod working his horse “Sierra” in every competitions and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and working hard to swing the loop of the business of getting ready to be roping a Hereford calf for competition during all twelve months of all four seasons, just to show calf roping, a mainstay of rodeo, comes directly from ranch chores

I decided to call this painting "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper", because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever. William MacLeod is wearing a red Wrangler plaid shirt with blue Wrangler jeans, brown leather cowboy boots and a white cowboy hat, as I look like a true roping superstar from Canada.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping calves (as I'm the roper in the center) as this roper kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting my self-portrait of myself roping, I think I’ve captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond), ropes and ties up calves just like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horses “Black Beauty”, “Sierra” and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that William definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES AS WILLIAM LOOKS LIKE HE DOES FANCY ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod) getting ready to lasso a Hereford calf as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to how this really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of myself roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

William MacLeod can also still be known all the time as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Joe Beaver with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to throw that loop as fast as he can and that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever!!! :) :) :)

I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the red, white and blue stripe, the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the way William is swinging the lasso and riding on the beauty of the American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, William MacLeod in sunglasses and a Wrangler red plaid shirt with blue Wrangler jeans and brown cowboy boots, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the clouds in some parts of the day, the red, white and blue fence, the white writing of Rodeo and 800 on the red, the yellow writing of “800 Coach K” on the blue, the red writing of St. F. X. vs. UNB on the white, the white writing of "William MacLeod #1 ROPER" on the red, the red drawing of a cowboy on the white sign, the real true great done deal advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white sign, as if, just to make it very interesting, the light-golden yellowish-sepia, red, blue and white fences, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos and almost just about nearly everything else of what you kind of just like about the picture as if to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that William can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES, as William MacLeod is truly the great amazing tie-down roper alive for the 100th century forever and ever! This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES!

This was painted on Sunday, January 22nd, 2012, Monday, January 23rd, 2012 and Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 as this was just a very great beautiful great image of William roping, as it can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this picture in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.


William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves of great rodeo cowboys like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "Sierra, the sweetheart Hereford cow and her calf" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil sketch artwork drawing probably drawn by artist Kevin Kibsey or probably some other artist from the “Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Living Like a Great American Icon” (the book that was published in and around May 4, 2010 by authors Rocco Wachman and Matt Pellegrini).
 
I photocopied this pencil sketch drawing from the “Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Living Like a Great American Icon” book and I decided to do a great portrait of "Sierra", the loving mother Hereford cow and her calf, because it shows how Sierra looks to be a pretty sweetheart, as if and of course, it looks like Sierra loves her calf very much.
 
While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows and can kind of tell of how that sometimes once the calf is on the ground and standing, the rancher lets the calf---which many cowboys call a baby---roam free on the range, where it'll feed off its mother's---or, in cowboy lingo, momma's---milk and start growing. During the process, the calf does exactly what it is supposed to be doing: gaining upward of two to three pounds per day.

But in the midst of this, or any other distractions that might come his way, the rancher never forgets about cows---all of them. Never. He's thinking about them while he sleeps, checking in on them while he's awake, and planning the eventual roundup while he's eating dinner. But, anyone who's probably ever watched a Western on television or the big screen has heard of a roundup. It's the means by which a rancher gathers his herd and transports them to a designated location where certain activities can be performed. Traditional ranchers do it today exactly the same manner as the cattlemen did it back in the 1880s.

The first things a rancher does is put a call into his neighbors to see if they are available to help. Ranchers who work the range the way cowboys did some 150 years ago can't make a living with many, if any, full-time employees. The numbers just don't work. So when more help is needed the rancher calls up his neighbors, who are usually ranchers or ranch managers themselves. If they aren't available or if he requires more help, the rancher has to find some day workers, or cowboys who travel from ranch to ranch as necessity demands. Many ranchers affectionately name their cattle, either as groups or individually. For example, one rancher calls a group of his cows the "nums," because of their white faces and surrounding black hair. An-other names his bulls after head coaches at the University of Texas.

It also goes to show by looking at this painting is sometimes is that calves must be weaned and will be used for one calendar year only. For the rodeo event tie-down roping, calves must be native, Brahma, or a cross breed, and weigh between 220 and 280 pounds, about three times more than their birth weight. They must by weaned from their mothers and branded or ear-tagged. At this size and age, their hides are thicker than at birth and their bodies are flexible enough no to be injured during roping. Tie-down roping calves are used only about thirty times before they grow too large for this event. According to some statics complied by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women's Professional Rodeo Association, out of 28 rodeos, or 33,991 animal exposures, just 16 were injured. That translates to an injury rate less than 0.00047, or less than one in 2,000. In this sport, the cowboy or cowgirl wishes those were his or her injury statistics!

If people want to know a lot about cattle in this painting, the calf's mom is called a cow, as the calf's dad is called a bull.

I just decided to paint this colorful and beautiful red and white Hereford cow and calf, because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that Sierra should be the mother cow and from looking at this painting seems to be is how sweet is this little ensemble right there as it looks like Sierra is a sweetheart and looks like Sierra and her Hereford calf love each other so much, so it looks like that there is so much color, warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Sierra can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course Sierra is totally a sweetheart and totally loves her calf very much and that I just like to think that this Hereford calf in this painting probably likes to still stay close to his mom "Sierra", because Sierra must be a sweetheart and I think she just loves her calf very much, and I could probably still sense that sometimes when young calves can get tired, as if just like little children, I think that the young calves still need their rest all of the time and still like to cuddle with their mom, and that's when it's like, "Awww...what a sweet hug!" 

This painting can show that this Hereford Beef cow and calf graze in a pasture.

I really wanted people to think that this Hereford cow and calf is probably one of the best thrilling images to look at as cowboys and cowgirls can lasso and tie up Hereford cattle, as I do believe that Hereford cattle can be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo event tie-down roping event and also still sometimes for steer wrestling, as well, too!

I painted this image very, very carefully and a lot slowly and kind of just worked very slowly, skillfully and carefully by finishing up and adding a lot more great highlights and a lot of details to paint more skillfully and carefully just to try to capture and get the whole image done just about extremely correct and right and even realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red and white Hereford cow and Hereford calf look like, the horns on "Sierra" the cow, the mother cow's tail, the highlights and details of the way the grass stands out, the way the cow's eyes stand out, the way the calf's blue eyes stand out, the calf's ears and of course, the light blue background along with everything else just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with that Hereford cow and calf, as if just to show what it's really like for "Sierra, the sweetheart Hereford cow and her calf", as this can show is that although Texas is famed for its longhorn cattle, most of the cattle raised today are shorthorns or Herefords, as these breeds are prized for their top-quality beef.

This really just looks like my best absolutely realistic favorite image of a cow and calf that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that this little ensemble right there as it looks like there is just so much warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Sierra can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course is that there is nothing so touching or so heartfelt as the expression of a sweetheart mother's love for her baby, her child. Nothing so profound exists. It probably looks like that this Hereford mother cow and her calf are certainly no exception as they spend precious moments together as it's amazing how keen animal instincts are, just moments after they are born. But sometimes, newborns tire quickly though, and she was soon resting while her mother grazed contently. Also and sometimes, from the moment a baby cow is born, the mother cow is enveloped in all the joy a new mother could possibly have over the arrival of her new baby. As the little calf grows a bit older, they stick close to Mom as she grazes, enjoying all the new sights and smells of this baby's new life.

It just really shows that this painting definitely shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century!

This was painted on Saturday, February 11th, 2012, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Hereford cow and calf as roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great portrait of the Hereford cow and calf.

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod throws that loop" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the calf roping event, as it was originally an artwork drawn by artist Marion Vinson from the "Rodeo Coloring Book" (a.k.a. Rodeo: America's unique sport, as that one was created and edited by Gene Vinson) and the rodeo coloring book was published in 1975.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and saw only just the cowboy, horse and the calf in a white background with nothing else. So then, I decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this is more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me throwing that loop on the beautiful colorful white Charolais calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, and this picture can be also used for the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, as if it goes to show that William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) throws his loop at Cheyenne Frontier Days.

The cowboy from the coloring book didn't have a second lasso on the saddle and a jerk line with him, so, I just decided to put the second rope on the saddle, as if incase William MacLeod missed his first loop on the Charolais calf and that I put the jerk line in my belt on the left-hand side, so it could back my horse "Sierra" up to tighten the lasso on the Charolais calf, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have William MacLeod become and look like the real true rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist and be also known as "The John Wayne (the duke) of calf roping" and also "The Frederic Remington of calf roping" and also sometimes "The JFK of calf roping", because that way everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if to keep on roping and making it to the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, forever and ever, as this shows that anyone must keep on considering William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world from 1996-present and be around and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as William must look like a true roping superstar from Canada, and a real cowboy from the fun years forever and ever of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more real present rodeo seasons, this past, present, future rodeo champion has totally been addicted to calf-roping ever since William MacLeod gave it a try by watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in July of 1994, and then more likely when the real top best fun began since January 1st, 1996, as I probably could figure it out that god must've given William MacLeod the real right talent to rope and tie to become tie-down calf ropers
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as William MacLeod probably says and tells himself, "Yes, I’m going to do this my whole life and that I'll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever and of course a lot of open ropings, the Calgary Stampede, and then of course, one day just look at me now at 999 years of age, enjoying a lot of calf roping", as forever and ever of yesterday, today and tomorrow, William MacLeod will just still regularly keep on participating in physically demanding — and potentially not-so-dangerous — tie-down calf-roping events as a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and even some of the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association, as I can still have an indoor arena so I can sometimes be practice riding and roping all year long, regardless of the weather, as probably after age 999, William MacLeod will still regularly be around and alive forever and ever by participating in challenging tie-down calf-roping events at every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others, as I know that people will videotape me at every rodeo during the daytime or nighttime and be on every DVD video of rodeo and relive my roping again — something William's been doing since watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994 and also of course, lassoing since 1996. "It makes me feel great - awkward, but still great forever and ever," William MacLeod would one day say of breaking a new record. "I've been chasing the greatest calf ropers that have ever lived. That's been what my career's been about since 1996 and also first watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994." Joe Beaver was a tie-down roper like William, but also a steer roper. William feels that he one day dominated the game forever and ever. Like all world champions will tell you, the competition was tough, as people must pay homage to William MacLeod; the man, the machine, the artist and the legend.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) throwing my loop on that beautiful colorful white Charolais calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that the pink piggin' string clenched in my teeth, I throw and drop my lariat by letting it fly perfect in the air over a fleeing running calf's head, as my Quarter horse named "Sierra" readies for an instant stop to get ready to slide to a fast stop as if my horse will already have probably slowed up, as if this one is at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others and of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod throws that loop with perfect authority.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in.

It shows that William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties up calves just like his favorite calf ropers
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too!!! :) :) :).

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make and probably going to go for the quickest possible time to rope and tie up that beautiful white Charolais calf. While I was painting this image, I was kind of thinking that this calf looks like a pig because of the nose, and the tail and the face and this calf kind of looks very similar to a lamb and even a bunny. When I was also painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping, I was thinking that I definitely had held onto two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and after I nodded for the calf when I gave the calf the correct head start and was lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't break the barrier, as I galloped on my horse, as if I got ready to twirl my loop to get it ready and swung, turned and twirled it for at least two turns of two swings around my head. Then after the two turns of two swings, I would then release the two coils from my hand and grab the slack with my right hand as I would be throwing my loop to land and reach down over the beautiful colorful white Charolais calf’s head. Then, right there in the picture, I think it's a great image of me roping off my horse "Sierra" and that right there, I kind of look pretty serious about that loop, as it kind of opened up to that exact loop that I had wanted and that my horse and I look like we're working very had to chase down that white Charolais calf and it probably could feel like that I'd probably like to have nearly missed that calf, but then, it kind of shows that with a quick flip, I'm just working hard to loop that fleeing Charolais calf. Right there, in this image, when I also probably painted this image very carefully and slowly, I also think that this white Charolais calf is really trying to sneak out to the right as if this calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped, as if I think this calf is probably trying to trick the horse "Sierra" and I (William MacLeod) as if I think this Charolais calf is really trying to get me and my horse mixed up and confused, as if since the loop is at the top of the calf's eyes, I could probaly sense that this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Since I feel something at the top of my eyes, I don't even look like a pig or a bunny or a lamb, so, boy, I’ve just got to sneak by getting the heck away from this big horse following and chasing after me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free, and I hope I don't get caught”, as if this Charolais calf probably doesn’t even know what the roper William MacLeod is probably going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want William MacLeod to catch it, as if those calves just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Charolais calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this horse "Sierra", as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one, as it looks like that this calf probably does not want to be tied up at all. So then, once my horse Sierra has slowed and readied for an instant stop to stop dead, then I would shoot my slack back to loop the calf and dip it down over it's head to sling it by shooting and flipping the slack in the rope back to loop the calf, while I stopped my horse “Sierra” came to an instant stop. Then afterwards, I would then lift my left foot out of the stirrup and then I would be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra and then the fleeing Charolais calf hit the end of the rope. Then, I ran down to the white Charolais calf and then I flanked it down. Then I strung the calf's front leg after I removed the pink piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string, as if it was very great good speed tying as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying my pink piggin' string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of two fast wraps and a half hitch and then I just threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch to show that I was done for time and that I was just finished, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is still truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", "The Frederic Remington of Calf Roping", and also, "The JFK of Calf Roping", and that William is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping and that I'm still forever and ever as William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too and of course many different others of calf roping!

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as William MacLeod is totally one of the top money winning calf ropers as the Canadian would be known for his fast hands to still keep on being one of the fastest tiers and will forever be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping with sometimes the nickname "CAPTAIN RODEO" at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour, just to show that I’m one of the greatest future champions of all-time of past, present and future and that still the intricacy of this man’s perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill that William MacLeod has done just will make me the future superstar of tie-down ropers is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century to keep on being a true superstar as the best calf roper to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that sometimes an individual animal would try and trick the horse and rider to sneak out of the rope. That meant that it had to be lassoed and tied up for competition, as in this painting, "William MacLeod throws that loop", by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, a it just shows that another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping.

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as if just to find out what it's like to be a rodeo cowboy, as if William MacLeod is probably a year athlete and will one day be recognized by many as one of the greatest ropers of his time by holding the record for the most money won in a single year and is closing in on the all-time money won record. He's one day been the calf roping champion and will keep on winning more and more calf roping titles than anyone in the sport of rodeo and is become known to people in the world of rodeo as the bionic cowboy as he is well respected and well liked by his fellow competitors and his lady and women competitors, William MacLeod is a great example of what hard work and dedication can do and is truly a great amazing cowboy, the greatest calf roper and western artist of them all, as this event tie-down roping goes back to the old days of the west, when the cowboy or cowgirl had a job to do, and that he or she couldn't let anything, even a calf with a different point of view change his or her mind, as if William MacLeod sure does look like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like, as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod throws that loop" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to go for the quickest possible time that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too).

William paints the self-portrait of himself as a cowboy roping on his American Quarter horse named “Sierra” and the entertainers of the crowd, as if a woman and man are probably watching at how well I do. I feel that I come in any shape and size and just have to be top-notch and a tough athlete in a peak physical condition by being agile, quick and fast and just have the memory and reference of a computer and a knowledge of calves to be roped and tied down to the ground and also, sometimes, how many I might rope in a match roping, as I must let people think that William MacLeod in this painting is probably going to make a great successful run at every rodeo and open roping all over the USA and Canada and many other different places, as if I’m after I leap off my horse “Sierra”, I just feel like I was still showing the style that would win me more and more titles after the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever.

The audience and other people is all watching, as if also as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as it really shows MacLeod in this painting, as if a woman and a man are probably watching at how well I eventually go after the white Charolais calf, and that the man and woman probably might cheer for William, as if to get it roped and tied up, as they know is that William just still likes to ride and rope and participate in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association a lot and also the Old Timers Rodeo Association, competing in the tie-down roping event, doing artwork, singing and playing guitar sometimes, as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever!!! :) :) :)

I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly as it took me several days to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful white Charolais calf, the pink nose on the calf, William in a blue Wrangler western cowboy shirt with the border across of horses running and galloping and a white t-shirt, sunglasses, indigo-blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my arm up very high in the air by looping the calf, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the bright lights in the half outdoors (as if for nighttime), the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the colorful morning sky, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the spare white piggin’ string on my belt, the brown leather cowboy boots with the spurs, the way my horse and I are working hard to chase after that Charolais calf, the white cowboy hat, the stars in the night sky and also by the universe and almost probably nearly just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, as if this is just to show that everyone enjoys the roping contest, as if right there in the picture, William MacLeod and his horse "Sierra" know that they have to work together to chase down that white Charolais calf.

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a great portrait of me roping a Charolais calf as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) talks to his horse “Sierra”, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill (right there, as you see it in the image), as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image to make it more interesting for the painting, it really shows that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES!

This was painted on Sunday, April 15th, 2012, Monday, April 16th, 2012, Wednesday, April 18th, 2012, and Thursday, April 19th, 2012, and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this sure really just does look like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make William MacLeod to be truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as again, roper William MacLeod still just keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting called "William MacLeod, The Real True Superstar's Super Target Cowboy" is by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod. The rodeo background was originally an illustration artwork painted and done originally by artists Robert Morton and George Fryer from a book called "The World of Horses and Ponies" (a book that was written by Maureen Spurgeon and the illustrations in the book were by Robert Morton and George Fryer) as that book was published generally around 1993 and also, 1997, and other printing years, as if Robert Morton and George Fryer probably originally did the two separate illustrations of rodeo and roping illustrations around 1993, I assume.

First, I photocopied this illustration of the rodeo background with the dust and audience from the book "The World of Horses and Ponies" (a book that was written by Maureen Spurgeon and the illustrations in the book were by Robert Morton and George Fryer) as that book was published generally around 1993 and also, 1997. Then second, I photocopied the illustration of the cowboy, horse and calf from another illustration, and then, I could start to really just sense that the category rough stock only has just one event, and that the one event would only be bull riding. I could sense that bull riding was the only rough stock event you would find at every rodeo, because I could sense that broncs (only in the Wild West shows) could not have any interest in throwing off their riders, but I could more sense that bulls had more interest in throwing their riders, as if I could sense from bull riding is that those bulls are taking no prisoners on their backs! So then, I just decided to paste the horse, roper and calf in the real background with the dust and audience and just make it more like a real life of the real rodeo and the only timed events in rodeo are mostly just calf roping and steer wrestling, as if calf roping is also for the cowgirls, as well, too. So then, I was still right that it could make a real great painting of how it's the real event that is found at rodeos everywhere, as if it kind of shows is that this real rodeo beautifully artwork captures a self-portrait of rodeo cowboy hand William MacLeod working his horse "Sierra", by working hard to swing and throw that loop of the business of getting ready to be roping a Hereford calf for competition, just to show as if to show how every cowboy had to be a courageous horseman and how rodeos were favorite places for exhibiting riding and roping abilities, and one of the most popular exciting contests of the rodeos was lassoing, that was traditionally used to round up calves for branding, and also, only the best ropers could rope and tie up a young steer to see how quick they could be for probably twelve to fifteen seconds.

I photocopied and was glad to paste the roper, horse and calf from a ranch into a real rodeo background (instead of a Wild west show background), so that way people will really know is that the only two timed events are steer wrestling and tie-down calf roping (also the cowboys and cowgirls), as this painting really shows of how I was just glad to decide that event would be the real way of how this should be done and decided that the event in this painting would be happening outdoors during the daytime. The roper didn't have a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string and a piggin’ string in his mouth, so, I just decided to turn the cowboy into William MacLeod and put the jerk line and the spare piggin’ string on my belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of this gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I’ve got a piggin’ string in my mouth.

While I was painting this beautiful image, I was thinking that I decided to show the writing of "Calf Roping" in this painting, because by looking at this painting, it sure looks packed with plenty of rollicking action, as this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope (as you’ll feel and almost taste, smell and nearly feel the dust it in this whole painting), as if to show what it's like to ride in the rodeo and that William MacLeod really likes real rodeo roping for real scientific precision and action, as adding my skill to have the formula for a big business, Western style---calf roping, just to show that this is the real roping event that all cowboys and cowgirls should do at every rodeo with the cowboys, just to show that William must look like the true superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy to rope in Canada and the United States, as William will always love Calgary forever and ever, and Calgary will always love William forever and ever, just to be alive and is just glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours, as he should be the best calf roper to come along for more than nine-hundred and ninety-nine million years, as if I should be nicknamed "King of the Ropers", as if the way of how and since entertaining and reliving and rewinding and hitting the back and backward button to relive the real past of how this cowboy William MacLeod, as well, too, as if William MacLeod will keep on making lots of great runs by winning more and more calf roping world titles, as if to someday be a 28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as William will still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond, as if William MacLeod will keep on qualifying for the National Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping for more and more and more times forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond and become the real favorite cowboy of rodeo, forever and ever.

William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also decided to turn the cowboy into me and paint my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I was going to not miss that calf, but I just figured I was still going to throw that rope to catch that calf, and just to try to pen by making sure that I try my best not to break any barriers so I could give that calf a head start, and to just pay and try not to beat myself, just try to score good, just keep on taking good throws and try to just tie them all tight as if I was probably going to just make a great run to catch and tie up that beautiful red and white Hereford calf. While I was painting this tie-down roper, I was thinking that I held only just only one coil of the rope in my left hand, as while I was riding my horse "Sierra" into the roping chutes, I was doing a couple of practice swings by wielding my rope, while riding my horse "Sierra" into the roping chutes. After I was sitting on my horse in the roping chutes, just to make sure that I was ready to rope that Hereford calf, I gave a nod for the gate to open, and then, BAM!!! After the Hereford calf had left the roping chute, my horse "Sierra" and I didn’t break the barrier, which was kind of lucky and great. Then, right there, from looking at this painting, I like to think that I am taking at least four swings of my loop around my head and then after the fourth swing with just the right length of the loop very big, then I would throw and toss my loop out to catch the Hereford calf’s head and then had my right hand by the left hand holding onto the one coil, in the way of how I had just thrown the rope. Then once this Hereford calf would be caught, then I would stop my beautiful bay American Quarter horse named "Sierra" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping) and got ready to put the brakes on while I grabbed the coil from my left hand and then slung and pitched and shot the slack of the rope back and high into the air to loop the calf as if my rope made a quick flip and then while I was just about getting ready to let "Sierra" put the brakes on while I lifted my left foot out of the stirrup and then my right foot would slide out of the stirrup as then my both feet would be out of the stirrups when I would have both feet flying up high in the air at dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra and then after my both feet would hit the ground at the same time before the time my right foot would then hit the ground. Then, when I was running, the Hereford calf was already hitting the end of the after I had worked hard to run super, super and super very fast down to that Hereford calf, then I got ready to flank it down and then removed the white piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string, as if my hands were like a whipping speeding windmill and then as I threw my hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod probably felt like I had probably made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a hooey, as if I did it in several styles of roping, as if like John Wayne in the movies, as if I also let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever!

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "Rainbow Valley", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as sometime, in a rodeo contest, William bests the betting favorite, that is of another all-around cowboy hand as a calf roper, steer wrestler and bull rider, who would sometimes be a great friend of William MacLeod’s, as again, this'll forever and ever again just be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, and when Joe Beaver won his second all-around world championship in 1996 and his third all-around world title in 2000, as all of them had really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw that rope and tie down the Hereford calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named 
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show, because I wanted this to show that William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world from 1996-present and be around and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as well, too.

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is working hard and fast to swing that loop to try and get ready to rope that Hereford in four swings, as if this really had showed is that I probably made for this run all the time forever and ever. There is a little tiny bit of shadows on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes during the outdoors.

I really wanted people to think that this artwork self-portrait paintings of King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod roping, as if this painting really shows is that although, since MacLeod was a boy and would’ve tried competing in every three main rodeo events of calf roping, steer wrestling and bull riding all over the United States and Canada, as if during William’s real career, William’s mother, Irene, friends Karen MacDonald, Chris Tragakis, Kelly MacDonald, Mary Beth Gray, Keith Flake, Bryan Druhan, Ben Druhan and Anne Camozzi, probably says that calf roping was William’s real least favorite and main event all the time, sometimes, as if by adding that it was too much like everyday work at the Creekside farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia for MacLeod.

I decided to call this painting "William MacLeod, THE SUPERSTAR’S SUPER TARGET COWBOY" just to show that someone would say to William MacLeod: "This cowboy William MacLeod is still better to be alive forever, than most guys, as he's almost one day going to be a $28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as he'll still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond", because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever. William MacLeod is wearing a Wrangler Light-Blue Western cowboy shirt with a shiny brown leather vest, a red bandana, and Stonewash blue Wrangler jeans pulled down over my shiny brown leather cowboy boots, and a black felt cowboy hat, as I look like a true roping superstar from Canada. Originally, the cowboy had pants tucked into English riding boots, as if I kind of think that blue jeans pulled down over cowboy boots is much better as I think that it's OK to tuck only beige riding breeches or tan riding breeches or blue jeans into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, but, mostly it's wearing blue jeans pulled down over black leather cowboy boots, as if sometimes for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice for the color of the cowgirl or cowboy to wear when calf roping or steer wrestling or bull riding, as if I just think that it was still the right real choice of blue jeans for the color of the cowgirl or cowboy to wear when calf roping or steer wrestling or bull riding, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if sometimes,
my real advice and idea of impressing a horseback woman in beige riding breeches or tan riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, would be swinging and twirling a rope and throwing it in the air, and though that the great lady as a pretty girl who would sometimes make a great calf roper of a cowboy's sweetheart to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, as I imagine sometimes, as if for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice of forever in only just the blue jeans pulled down over the boots for the color of the cowgirl or cowboy to wear when calf roping or steer wrestling or bull riding, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes. I just think I'm glad I decided for the painting is that I decided to pull my blue Stonewash Wrangler jeans over my shiny brown leather cowboy boots, as that's what's better and great all about this painting.

William MacLeod is wearing a brown leather vest as if to designate that I was just trying to compare himself along with the other cowboys in calf roping, as if to designate to the rodeo people was that I was the calf roper as if to show the men and ladies is that for a lot of decades, centuries, millenniums and years is that I will live and will be staying alive forever and ever for a thousand years forever and ever, as I feel great that I was wearing my brown leather vest and my stonewash blue Wrangler jeans pulled down over my shiny brown leather cowboy boots.

I (William) must’ve just felt that I was wearing a brown leather vest to still keep on designating that I was still forever and ever one of Arizona's best deluxe calf ropers alive for the Marana calf roping in Marana, Arizona forever and ever, as if to designate Arizona's best deluxe calf ropers who ever had lived and to be alive to show that William will still be roping in the arenas forever and ever and hopefully forever and ever repeat and rewind forever and ever and relive those ropings and that William can also still rope at 99 years of age and 999 years of age, as well, too, just to prove to all the cowboys and the cowgirls is that he can still continue to rope with the kids and the youngsters in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and still against the women from the WPRA (who would rope with me someday hopefully) in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and also the open ropings forever and ever into the 100th century to show that William from this painting will really stay alive forever and ever, and hopefully compete against many women in a lot of match ropings and also several tying contests all over the USA and Canada, as William feels just to be a proud real true colorful cowboy calf roper, only to forever be in blue Wrangler jeans and other blue jeans, forever and ever and was that since William felt like he was probably the greatest living colorful legend who just wears only just the blue jeans for the tie-down roping competitions, as if I felt that I was doing the right thing in this painting just to just try to pattern myself on the horse is that all the best calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders of cowboys and cowgirls would wear only blue jeans as those are the real colors for real calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders to wear, as that was totally the real true done deal, as I’m just glad that I look like that I probably just felt born to rope and tie calves forever and ever and that William must just keep on making the NFR in Las Vegas forever and ever!

William MacLeod (from this painting) generally would hold only one or two coils, as if one or two coils is plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that William (I, myself) is the living legend of the best calf roper of how all cowboys and cowgirls should wear blue jeans and that William will still be around in and also many other years the 11th millennium and beyond, as will still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years. I just think that from looking at this beautiful artwork painting is that this cowboy William really likes to use the lasso by holding one or two coils of the rope in his left hand, as William (I) generally holds sometimes only one or two coils as one or two coils is totally plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that if William’s the great living cowboy legend of the best calf ropers and the rodeo, William holds mostly and generally one or two coils of his lariat when he competes in the calf roping event, when other cowboys and cowgirls wear only just the beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or tan riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or blue jeans pulled down over brown leather cowgirl boots and how William will still be around in and also many other years after the 11th millennium and beyond, as William will still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years and relive them again forever and ever, as if this should show is that this cowboy William MacLeod will keep on qualifying for the NFR in decades from 1996-1999, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s, 2030s-100th century, 11th millennium and beyond to more present years, just to show that William will keep on qualifying for the NFR for more than sixteen decades also in the 2140s, but will still achieve that goal, just to show is that William's probably been blessed with Sierra (the best roping horse ever) and also probably has just kept on and just always has prided herself in being among the best-dressed cowboys competing in rodeo in a pretty exciting tie-down roping competition, as if he's a true great icon, a modest champion and master of the ropes at his skill to have the formula for a big business, Western style---just real true calf roping, forever and ever.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping calves, as this roper kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever, as if, this painting should show is that the most famous cattlemen are the cowboys of the USA, Canada and Mexico, and the Gauchos of Argentina in South America.

I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as this must mean that I am one of superstar’s true super target cowboys who is still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting my self-portrait of myself roping, I think I’ve captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond), as 
if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like his real top great favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers of Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horse "Sierra" and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, idolizing Joe Beaver (the calf roper), painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, as this picture really means a lot about "A RODEO WHERE RODEOS ARE BORN".

This just really shows that William definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it as when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that the rodeo is a show in which Canadian and American cowboys and cowgirls demonstrate their skills in roping and tying up calves, steer wrestling, and Brahman bull riding, and also, a ‘roper’ is a cowboy or cowgirl who ropes and ties up fleeing calves, or young steers, as it also goes to show in this painting is that William is a real professional rodeo performer.

This painting also must show is that about rodeos is that it began as riding or roping contests between cowboys and cowgirls taking part in horse or cattle round-ups and that before branding, animals were held in enclosure called a ‘rodeo’, so contests became known a rodeos. During a round-up, cowboys and cowgirls relied fully on the skill and obedience of their well-trained cow ponies. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this painting, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES, AS WILLIAM LOOKS LIKE HE DOES FANCY ROPING in this real best art of practice roping forever as for real western rodeo cowboy lifestyle for the real life to live with to show that William MacLeod is probably one of the best ropers ever someday, as that's how I'd really like to be called the real most experienced accomplished rodeo calf roper, that ever lived forever, ever and ever!!!!!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod) getting ready to lasso a Hereford calf as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that William MacLeod is in hot pursuit and is chasing a calf while riding a quarter horse named "Sierra", as a quarter horse’s speed is very helpful to cowboys, especially and of course, William MacLeod, when they chase calves, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

William MacLeod can also still be known all the time as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like 
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as and that nevertheless, some ranches still depend upon mounted cowboys and cowgirls and their lariats to help maintain cattle herds, as if it is likely that cattle ranches will always depend upon horses, riders, and ropes to some extent. But from looking at this real painting of the cowboy William MacLeod with the lasso, I just like to think that it really shows is that it is a sure thing that rodeos will! The painting of the cowboy William roping goes to really show is that the most skillful ropers today are in the rodeo arenas, as if this looks like is that this best cowboy William is in the arena roping a calf.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod, The Superstar’s Super Target Cowboy" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to throw that loop as fast as he can and that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever, as I just like to think that I keep on saying to myself all the time, "Yes, I’m going to do this my whole life and that I'll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever and of course a lot of open ropings, the Calgary Stampede, and then of course, one day just look at me now at 999 years of age, enjoying a lot of calf roping as I will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modern world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I’ve been roping calves a long time, and I like to rope calves a lot all the time, as all I’ve just wanted to do was rope calves and never quit doing what I love, as I can always just keep on finding more use for a rope at the rodeo forever and ever."

I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of how I had really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that those are three real main events at all real western rodeos and it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the way William is swinging the lasso and riding on the beauty of the American Quarter horse named "Sierra" and how William’s tension and excitement is to get that calf caught, William MacLeod (I) wearing mostly a Wrangler Light-Blue Wrangler Western cowboy shirt with a shiny brown leather vest, a red bandana, and Stonewash blue Wrangler jeans pulled down over his tall and high shiny brown leather cowboy boots (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can just only wear that color during the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events), the clouds in the sky, the colorful small little flags hanging up above, the writing of "CALF ROPING" in 
in burgundy, navy blue and green letters, as if I just wanted to make this look more like it was at all real western rodeos, just to show that it’s really for all real rodeos, the colorful small little flags hanging up above, the blue-gray sky of daytime and cloudy days a bit, the light-green and green fence, the great effort of what the real dust looks like to almost nearly smell the dust from this image, the red writing of "RODEO" on the white fence board and the writing of "Super Target" (which brightens it up for every rodeo performer, because Tony Reina is also the right calf roper for William MacLeod (as if to rope and tie), because that's what calf roping is all about for William MacLeod as the real true done deal), the way the calf is running and trying to scramble for cover and almost nearly just about nearly everything else of what you kind of just like about the picture as if to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture as if this is William’s skill to have the formula for a big business, Western style---just real true calf roping, forever and ever, to show that William can be doing this run in any time of the beautiful sunshiny day or cloud grey skies all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES, as William MacLeod is truly the great amazing tie-down roper alive for the 100th century forever and ever! This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES!

This was painted on Sunday, September 30th, 2012, Monday, October 1st, 2012 and Friday, October 5th, 2012 as this was just a very great beautiful great image of William roping, as it can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely to show that there is definitely a picture and video clip of William MacLeod, the cowboy lassoing at a real rodeo, as if both were all done by photographed and videotaped all in the same day, as if this really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that goes to show is that the rodeo is a show in which Canadian and American cowboys and cowgirls demonstrate their skills in roping and tying up calves, steer wrestling, and Brahman bull riding, and also, a ‘roper’ is a cowboy or cowgirl who ropes and ties up fleeing calves, or young steers as if and since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS STILL A LIVELY SHOW FOREVER AND EVER!

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this painting must show is that William MacLeod must look like the "King of the Ropers and western artist".

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "The proud two white-faced Herefords" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing that was originally drawn by the artist Clarence Biers from a coloring book called “Color!” (a western coloring book of cowboys, rodeo, etc., that was published by the Whitman Publishing Company in 1951).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Color!” western coloring book book and I decided to do a great portrait of the red and white Hereford cattle, because from looking at this painting, I really want it to show that Hereford cattle are one of the main breeds of beef cattle in the United States and that they also have reddish bodies and white faces.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that this was the first painting I ever showed a reflection in the water, because originally in the coloring book, there was no reflection, so, I decided to kind of guess how to draw it in and make this picture look realistic and that this is just a great picture of the Herefords at the water hole having a drink on a hot dusty day, as if before and after going to a rodeo, whether those Herefords were from the steer wrestling event or the calf roping event.

It also goes to show by looking at this painting is sometimes is that Herefords still command a strong place in today's beef market and although the animal has had a tumultuous past, starting in England, it has become one of the more popular breeds because of its natural characteristics as well as its versatility in breed, and that's why I decided to call this painting "The proud two white-faced Herefords", because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and great distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done.

I really wanted people to think that these two Herefords are probably one of the best new thrilling images to look at forever and ever as cowboys and cowgirls can still lasso and tie up Hereford cattle, as I do believe that Hereford cattle can still forever and ever be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo events of tie-down roping and also still sometimes for steer wrestling, as well, too!

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully just to try to capture and get the whole image done just about extremely correct and right and even realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red and white Hereford cattle really look like, the colorful shiny horns on the Hereford cattle, the highlights and details of the way the grass really stands out just about right, the way the two Herefords eyes really stand out, the way the Hereford's blue eyes really stand out, the way the Hereford's brown eyes really stand out, the reflection of the water, the light blue water and a great reflection of a Hereford in there along with everything else just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with these Herefords, as if just to show is that although Texas is famed for its longhorn cattle, most of the cattle raised today are shorthorns or Herefords and that also, these breeds are prized for their top-quality beef, as if it is just to show that prize herds with cattle and horse is that all of your heroes have still always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

It just really shows that this painting definitely shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this painting also shows is that these Hereford cows have the horns that are characteristic of the original breed.

This was painted on Friday, December 14th, 2012, Sunday, December 23rd, 2012 and Monday, December 24th, 2012, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of two pretty colorful Hereford cattle as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life.

Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted another great portrait of the Hereford cattle and also, showed the reflection in the water.

This artwork as a painting of "The brown eyed Hereford cow" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an arwork painting illustration as this was originally probably illustrated by artists of Philippa Findlay or Sarah Plant at Puddingbrun Editorial Services or Andrew Davies at Creative Communications or Brendan Cotter or Helen Flint or Grace Newell or Guy Throughton, or Susanna Addario or Art Studio or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Alistair Barnard or Priscilla Barret or Jane Beatson or Sally Beech or Andre Boos or Anne Bowman or Peter Bull or Martin Camm or Stuart Carter or D. Cole or or Marjorie Crosby-Fairall or B. Croucher or Marc Dando or Peter David or Fiammetta Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Gerald Driessen or Simone End or Christer Erikson or Alan Ewart or Lloyd Foye or John Francis or Peg Thornton Artists UK or Dr. Stephen Hutchinson or Robert Hynes or Ian Jackson or Janet Jones or Roger Kent or David Kirkshner or Frank Knight or Angela Lober or Frits Jan Maas or John Mac or David MacKay or Martin Macrae or Mob Mancini or Karel Mauer or Iain McKellar or James McKinnon or David Moore or Robert Morton or Colin Newman or Ken Oliver or Erik van Ommen or Nicola Oram or Photodisc or Maurice Pledger or Tony Pryzakowski or Oliver Rennert or John Richards or Edwina Riddell or Steve Roberts or Barbara Rodanska or TrevorRuth or Claudia Saraceni or R. T. Sauey or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Rod Scott or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or Chris Stead or Kevin Stead or Mark Stewart or Stockbyte or Roger Swainston or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Guy Throughton or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Genevieve Wallace or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Ann Winterbotham or probably some other artist or one of the artists from a book called “Visual Dictionary of Animals” (the book that was published in and around between 2004 and 2008 and 2011 by the publishing companies of Welden Owen, Beckett Books and Metro Books.

I photocopied this illustration of the Hereford cattle from the “Visual Dictionary of Animals" book and I decided to do a great portrait of the red and white Hereford cow, because from looking at this painting, I really want it to show that right there in this image, it probably just shows that a peaceful, matronly Hereford suckler cow is the ideal mother for beef calves, and that's why I decided to call this painting "The brown-eyed Hereford cow", because it makes me think of the song "Brown-Eyed Girl" by the artist Van Morrison, and also, I l really like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and great distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done of a horned red and white cow.

I really wanted people to think that these two Herefords are probably one of the best new thrilling images to look at forever and ever as cowboys and cowgirls can still lasso and tie up Hereford cattle, as I do believe that Hereford cattle can still forever and ever be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo events of tie-down roping and also still sometimes for steer wrestling, as well, too!

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully just to try to capture and get the whole image done just about extremely correct and right and even realistic and I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of how I had really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic and it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful horned red and white Hereford cow, the colorful shiny horns on the Hereford cow, the highlights and details of the way the grass and shadows from the sun really stands out just about right, the way this Hereford really stands out, the way the Hereford's brown eyes really stand out, the yellow writing of "Hereford cattle" on the blue just to show that this is the breed of beef cattle and also, the yellow signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the blue (just to make it very entertaining for this wonderful world of rodeos and it's real three main events in this painting which is really just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with this Hereford cow, as if just to show is that with cattle and horses is that all of your heroes have still always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This was painted on Sunday, February 24th, 2013, Thursday, March 7th, 2013 and Friday, March 8th, 2013, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Hereford cow as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life as roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted another great portrait of the Hereford cow to show that this is the popular breed of beef cattle.

This artwork as a painting of "Shorthorn cow" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing sketch and a coloring painting as they were both originally artwork color and pencil drawings of a cow laying down, as it was originally an artwork probably drawn by whoever the illustrator was the did the pictures from the "Cowboy Pictures to Color", as a coloring book that was originally published in 1951 by Platt & Munk No. 26A.

I photocopied this black and white drawing from the “Cowboy Pictures to Color” book and I decided to do a great real colorful Shorthorn cow, as if I could sense from the picture that it probably was a Shorthorn, as if 
because from looking at this painting, I really want it to show that right there in this image, this would make me good friend Allie MacLean proud, and that's why I put the sign showing "Shorthorns - Allie & Bernadette MacLean", because I could sense that it would make Allie MacLeod and his wife, Bernadette, Shorthorn proud, and also, I l really like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and another great distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done of a Shorthorn cow with a tiny little bump of horns, as probably and maybe, sometimes, Shorthorns can probably pretty much have horns, probably by the time they are heavy.

I probably really wanted people to think that this Shorthorn is probably one of the best new thrilling images to look at forever and ever as cowboys and cowgirls can still lasso and tie up Shorthorn cattle, as I do believe that Shorthorn cattle can still forever and ever be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo event of mostly just tie-down roping, as well, too, as I think Shorthorn calves would be pretty great for calf roping, as well, too!

I really had painted this image very slowly and kind of just took careful time to work to show that it took me only two days to paint it and get it just about right as all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass looks like in this whole picture, the sign that says "
Shorthorns - Allie & Bernadette MacLean", the colorful blue and light-blue sky with the colorful white clouds, and also the colorful Shorthorn cow with some white sports and patches on its face, and almost probably and nearly just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture.

This was painted on 
Sunday, March 24th, 2013 and Wednesday, March 27th, 2013, and as this is just a very beautiful great image that can just really and truly just hopefully and really can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time, as if this is during the daytime on the spring days or summer days of fall days as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for same poses only for the daytime outdoors whether it is sunny or a cloudy day.

Again, this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Shorthorn cow as roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a real great portrait of the Shorthorn cow to show that this is the other popular breed of beef cattle.

This artwork as a painting of "Black Beauty, the most greatest famous horse story ever written" by William MacLeod, as this real artwork illustration was originally from the book of "The Usborne Dictionary Of Horses And Ponies: A Complete Guide to Riding and Ponycare" by author Struan Reid (a book that was originally published in 1998).

The illustration of Black Beauty rearing up from "The Usborne Dictionary Of Horses And Ponies: A Complete Guide to Riding and Ponycare" by author Struan Reid, a book that was originally published in 1998, as the illustration of Black Beauty rearing up was probably originally illustrated either by Ian Jackson or David Wright or Elaine Keenan or Malcolm McGregor.

Black Beauty probably should've had a white star and a white foot in the illustration by either by Ian Jackson or David Wright or Elaine Keenan or Malcolm McGregor, and just know that is would just make a great painting of how this is just feeling the real magic of the real Black Beauty's white foot on the back left was even the real one we really liked as the real much better and perfect done deal as I wanted it to be the best real correct kind of Black Beauty that the real people and all of us would really want to enjoy for the real right place from now on that we would like best all the time, as if I liked his white foot on the back hind left which is very much better and perfect and kind of very nice, as if I think that's probably the best one of the best images of where Black Beauty is a great horse, as if he probably feels like he is home and that this is the real "Black Beauty" we really like and that we like to see his white foot only on the back hind left or also the back hind right, as that's the real perfect choice and just say, "AMEN" and that's what makes the real Black Beauty a real legend, as just the real Black Beauty, as I decided to call it that because he's a very beautiful horse, and it's just that Black Beauty looks very beautiful as a perfect beautiful black American Quarter horse named "Black Beauty", as it's the one we really love.

I think that the reason why I might've decided to call it "Black Beauty, the most famous horse story ever written", is because I think that it means that this whole painting should really be to show of how Black Beauty is the horse featured in a famous book of that name written by an English novelist called Anna Sewell (1820-1875), as it is one of the most popular and famous stories of the life of a horse. This painting would also really go to show who is the most well-known horse in fiction, as this is probably and definitely Black Beauty, as Anna Sewell wrote Black Beauty, The Autobiography of a Horse in 1877, to tell people how badly horses were treated at the time, and also, since then films and television series based on the Black Beauty stories have been made, and that also, you can still buy the original story today. This real true painting can really show that Black Beauty, from the (1877) by Anna Sewell, as the book aroused public concern about cruelty to animals especially horses in the 1890s and was made into a film and movie by Warner Brothers in 1994, starring Sean Bean, David Thewlis, and Alan Cumming.

So then, right there in this painting, I really just like to think in this painting, the sun is just about to rise in the early morning sky as it sure looks like that Beauty is just rearing happily in the air and a great blue and pink sky with great puffy white clouds (that is seen and shown in the background).

When you look at this painting, you can just keep on feeling the real magic of the real Black Beauty’s good luck at last, as again, I really wanted people to see that this is the real "Black Beauty" we really like and that we like to see his white foot only on the back hind right or also the back hind left, as that's the real perfect choice and just say, "AMEN" as that's what makes the real Black Beauty a real legend, as I decided to call it that because he's a very beautiful colorful horse, and that Black Beauty just looks very beautiful as a perfect beautiful black American Quarter horse named "Black Beauty", as it's the one we really love forever, ever and ever.

I really like to think in this painting is that I just really like the way is that I just love this horse, this real Black Beauty and just feel more of the real magic of the real Black Beauty! I just think that I look so proud to think that he's still be a great calf roping horse and even, sometimes a steer wrestling horse alive in the rodeos and open ropings forever and ever and that it does look like another one of my best realistic favorite images that I had ever done again as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like that the sun is just about to rise, there's just a lot of a little bit of the colorful great style of the colorful some and a lot of the great meadow grass on the ground, as I I really painted this image kind of a little bit very, very carefully and slowly and just still took a lot of slow time to paint that one just to make it realistic as I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of how I had really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show the great effort in the real highlight details just to make it realistic because of the way of how to just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details by just going very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like that a lot of a little bit of the colorful great style of grass and meadow on the ground, the great fields with hills and a great blue sky with great puffy white clouds, the beautiful realistic colorful horse, as I really painted this image kind of a little bit very, very carefully and slowly and just still took a lot of slow time to paint that one as I just had to work very hard very carefully by working more hard to just finish up the rest and more of the painting very carefully and more slowly by just trying to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of the correct time to just paint the whole image as if to just make it look realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right as I just put by adding in the real highlight details of what the he beauty of Black Beauty and the white foot on the back hind left really looks like, as if just about everything else that is to just make you really feel like you're really right there in this whole colorful realistic super picture, as if this whole picture is just really staring at you and also just about everything else that is to just make you really feel like you're really right there in this whole colorful realistic picture, as if the sun is just about to rise in the morning sky.

This painting was painted on Saturday, May 25th, 2013, Monday, May 27th, 2013 and Sunday, June 2nd, 2013, as this is just a very beautiful great one probably of again as this is likely feeling more of the real magic of more of real Black Beauty’s good luck at last, again, as I knew that this would just make it one of the great best paintings of the colorful realistic colors as one of the best beautiful art's ever and I still just knew is that this would just make it one of the great best paintings of the colorful realistic colors as one of the best beautiful art's ever of Black Beauty, again.

I also like to really probably think that some of the painting looks a lot and kind of reminds you a little tiny bit of the movie "Australia" starring Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman, because of the colorful horse and everything with the colors in this best image, I ever did, as that one is my favorite, forever and ever, as well, too, just to feel proud to love this horse, this BLACK BEAUTY!!! :) :) :)

This is a perfect beautiful black American Quarter horse, just still perfectly for the rodeo event calf roping and also probably sometimes for steer wrestling and also the white foot on the back hind left, as if to show that this is the real correct "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, of a real horse in 19th century England, which is the real true done deal forever and ever, and that he can still be used from England all over the USA and Canada for the two timed rodeo events sometimes, as this whole picture is very similar and almost identical to the 1994 film movie of “Black Beauty” starring Sean Bean and also distributed by Warner Brothers Family Entertainment, as the Quarter horse was the star of the film, all because of this real Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, forever and ever AND FEEL MORE OF THE REAL MAGIC OF BLACK BEAUTY, as of the real TRUE "modern times" Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, as if to only see both of his white feet on the back hind right and the back hind left and also sometime for just by itself, it's white foot on the back hind left, as those are the real Black Beauty we all must love in the real true done deal and right place, forever, ever and ever, AMEN!

This artwork as a painting of "The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an arwork painting illustration as this was originally probably illustrated by artists of Susanna Addario or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Kenn Backhaus or Cy Baker or Alistair Barnard or Julian Baum or Andrew Beckett or Richard Bonson or Stuart Bowey or Anne Bowman or John Bull or Peter Bull Art Studio or Danny Burke or Martin Camm or Dan Cole or Leslye Cole or Sam and Amy Collins or Tom Connell or Marcus Cremonese or Marjorie Crosby-Faorall or Barry Croucher or Claire Davies or Fiammatte Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Levent Efe or Simone End or Christer Eriksson or Alan Ewart or Nick Farmer or Rod Ferring or Cecelia Fitzsimons or Giuliano Fornari or Chris Forsey or Lloyd Foye or John Francis/Bernard Thornton or Jon Gittoes or Mike Gorman or Ray Grinaway or Terry Hadler or Langdon G. Hall or Gino Halser or Lorraine Hannay or David A. Hardy or Tim Hayward or Phil Hood or Adam Hook/Bernard Thornton Artists UK or Christa Hook or Richard Hook or Robert Hynes or or Mark Iley or Ian Jackson or Gillian Jenkins or Janet Jones or Steve Kirk or David Kirshner or Frank Knight or Mark Lamble or Alex Lavroff or Connell Lee or John Mac or David Mackay or Iain McKellar or James MacKinnon or Martin Macrae or Stuart McVicar or Robert Mancini or David Matthews or Peter Mennim or Siri Mills or David Moore or Colin Newman or Kevin O'Donnell or Nicola Oram or Matthew Ottley or Darren Pattenden or Jane Pickering or Marilyn Pride or Tony Pyrzakowski or Oliver Rennert or Luis Rey or John Richards or Edwinna Riddell or Steve Roberts or Trevor Ruth or Claudia Saraceni or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Stephen Seymour or Christine Shafner or Nick Shewring or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or R. Spencer Phippen or Kevin Stead or Roger Stewart or Irene Still or Roger Swainston or Kate Sweeney or Sharif Taraby or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Jane Walkins or Genevieve Wallace or Ross Watton or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Steve Weston or Laurie Whiddon or Simon Williams or Ann Winterbotham or David Wood or David Wun, or Sarah Plant at Puddingbrun Editorial Services or Andrew Davies at Creative Communications or Brendan Cotter or Helen Flint or Grace Newell or Guy Throughton, or Susanna Addario or Art Studio or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Alistair Barnard or Priscilla Barret or Jane Beatson or Sally Beech or Andre Boos or Anne Bowman or Peter Bull or Martin Camm or Stuart Carter or D. Cole or or Marjorie Crosby-Fairall or B. Croucher or Marc Dando or Peter David or Fiammetta Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Gerald Driessen or Simone End or Christer Erikson or Alan Ewart or Lloyd Foye or John Francis or Peg Thornton Artists UK or Dr. Stephen Hutchinson or Robert Hynes or Ian Jackson or Janet Jones or Roger Kent or David Kirkshner or Frank Knight or Angela Lober or Frits Jan Maas or John Mac or David MacKay or Martin Macrae or Mob Mancini or Karel Mauer or Iain McKellar or James McKinnon or David Moore or Robert Morton or Colin Newman or Ken Oliver or Erik van Ommen or Nicola Oram or Photodisc or Maurice Pledger or Tony Pryzakowski or Oliver Rennert or John Richards or Edwina Riddell or Steve Roberts or Barbara Rodanska or TrevorRuth or Claudia Saraceni or R. T. Sauey or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Rod Scott or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or Chris Stead or Kevin Stead or Mark Stewart or Stockbyte or Roger Swainston or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Guy Throughton or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Genevieve Wallace or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Ann Winterbotham or probably some other artist or one of the artists from books called “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary” (the book that was published in and around between 2003, 2004 and 2011 by the publishing companies of Welden Owen, Beckett Books and Metro Books) and "Visual Dictionary" (the book that was published around 2003 by the publishing company of Welden Owen).

I photocopied this illustration of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas from the “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary”, because from looking at this painting, I really wanted to paint this to one to give to my father for a father's day present, because in the year 1999, my dad was on a trip to Texas and saw the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, so I thought that painting out of the book would be a great painting for him, so I'm glad I did that one.

I really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful white background really looks like and why it's so beautiful in this painting, the red writing of "THE ALAMO San Antonio, Texas" on the white, the blue signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the white and the colorful building of the Alamo as this one was painted on Saturday, June 15th, 2013, as this is just a very great beautiful great image of The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever as this whole picture just really captures your heart and roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great picture of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, as while I was painting this picture, I was thinking of some of clips from the movie called "The Alamo" starring John Wayne and also, from looking at this painting of how it shows right there that it's definitely true is that thousands of tourists come every year to "remember the Alamo."

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod and Sierra mowin' for glory" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a painting of somewhere between either an oil or pastel drawing of originally the 1996 world all-around champion, Joe Beaver, in the calf roping event as it was originally an artwork originally drawn and done from a photograph by Denver artist Tom Buchanan from the “1997 National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Program". Originally, the photograph was outdoors during the daytime, whether it was Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming or other different outdoor rodeos, but in the Tom Buchanan painting, the painting of Joe Beaver and the horse was set to nighttime, as if by the city of Las Vegas, Nevada.

I photocopied this Tom Buchanan drawing of the calf roper Joe Beaver from the “1997 NFR Program” and I really had just decided to say that any painting, especially the one of Joe Beaver, which was originally of Tom Buchanan's from a rodeo program could make a real great portrait painting, but, I decided to turn this cowboy Joe Beaver into me (William MacLeod), because Joe Beaver really looks a lot like me and that god was probably the one that had really given me the real right talent to rope and tie calves as Joe Beaver is probably the one that had really inspired me to rope calves, which is the real way of how the real perfect choice shows of how since entertaining the real world since 1996, Joe Beaver was the 1996 all-around world champion and also, Fred Whitfield, my other favorite calf roper, had won the world calf roping championship back in 1996, as just to really show how William MacLeod (I) probably should chase the real great records of some of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's most legendary ropers and other calf ropers as if to rope and tie just like 
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this is really probably a true great portrait I had captured of myself and my horse "Sierra", as if you know that, the past is coming back again, as just to say that instead of trying to live with and going back in time with the 1960s-1984, again forever and ever, let's just say that from now on, we'll still build and have a real time machine to go back in time as the time machine and time travel are also both non-fiction as we can still go backward and repeat the same ones is only for when the newer ones of the real fun was when it really began of the only ones that'll forever and ever come back to us again forever and ever in real life of only the great top best real rodeo DVDs and on TV channels, because 1996, Joe Beaver had won his second world title in the all-around championship, because, I could really visualize and really sense that several photographers, people who videotape with cameras, and also, do great artwork of rodeos, as if over many years of photographing, and also, sometimes videotaping and also, painting the top great rodeo calf roping in the world, I have come to know and learn that as a professional rodeo photographer and western artist, I really do find that a deep interest in rodeo and the history of rodeo greatly informs my pictures and paintings and even great video clips, as they must capture the grace and excitement of professional rodeo tie-down roping, and that also, by example, calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West, as the calf roper must be a good horseman or horsewoman who is quick and accurate with a rope, as these rodeo calf-roping photos, artwork and video clips really demonstrate the pride of rodeo and the history embodied in modern cowboys and cowgirls, as you can really sense from looking at this great painting, as this painting is almost similar to Tom Buchanan's original painting of Joe Beaver, accurately convey rodeo calf-roping as the most classic, grace and excitement event ever in rodeo, as my painting done from Tom Buchanan's original kind of shows a great reference by striving to illustrate of how this real cowboy William MacLeod really does wear real cowboy show gear, more like a real rodeo performer than a working cowpuncher or ranch cowboy, as you can really sense from this great painting of a colorful and rowdy scene of real true King of the Calf Ropers, western artist and even, rodeo rider, William MacLeod, that this painting really shows how calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West at every rodeos all over the USA and Canada.

Joe Beaver, from Tom Buchanan's original artwork painting/drawing, originally did not have sunglasses on, but, since I decided to turn Joe Beaver into me (William MacLeod) for the painting, I just decided to put sunglasses on myself, probably just to make myself look very cool as a great rodeo calf roper, because I really wanted myself to look cool in sunglasses in the night with the stars in the sky, because since I really had wanted myself to look like a true superstar in sunglasses, just to show that I'm probably one of the best Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) calf ropers and one day, I will probably be inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, as it'll say that William MacLeod is still roping like heck every year at the NFR forever, ever and ever after 99 years of age and also, still videotaped at every rodeo for every rodeo DVD, all because William will probably be a a true great legend, a great world champion calf roper, a western artist, as you can really sense and tell is that William MacLeod, out of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada was one day going to be a real world titlist just to become the real best Canadian/American calf ropers of the decades and more decades as if just to be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping as if William must look like the true superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy to rope in Canada and the United States, as William will always love Calgary forever and ever, and Calgary will always love William forever and ever, just to be alive and is just glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours, as he should be the best calf roper to come along for more than nine-hundred and ninety-nine million years, as if I should be nicknamed "King of the Ropers", as if the way of how and since entertaining and reliving and rewinding and hitting the back and backward button to relive the real past, as if a true roping superstar from Canada as sometimes called "THE SUPERSTAR’S BEST SUPER TARGET COWBOY" just to show that someone would say to William MacLeod: "This cowboy William MacLeod is still better to be alive forever, than most guys, as he's almost one day going to be a $28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as he'll still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond", as this would prove that William will never be dead and buried and gone forever in the coffin, time will still go slower, time will still go backward and let her be able to just relive get a time machine built to get back in time as William will really still just hopefully be lucky to live and be alive forever and ever and also be lucky to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond and many other years to keep on living forever and ever at more tie-down roping and become one of the best ropers at roping and tying up calves and also the greatest deluxe highest money earner of the best superstar as one of Super Target's true best cowboy for more than twenty-nine million years as I think it's true that everyone needs to keep me alive forever and ever and to just get lots of crews to videotape me roping and tying up calves at every rodeo for every rodeo DVD and rodeo DVDs from TV, as well, too, as if William MacLeod will keep on making lots of great runs by winning more and more calf roping world titles, as if to someday be a 28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as William will still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond, as if William MacLeod will keep on qualifying for the National Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping for more and more and more times forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond and become the real favorite cowboy of rodeo, forever and ever, as if this should show is that this cowboy William MacLeod will keep on qualifying for the NFR in decades from forever, just to show that William will keep on qualifying for the NFR for more than sixteen decades also in the 2140s, but will still achieve that goal.

William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also decided to turn the cowboy into me and paint my self-portrait of me roping calves, some of the city was cropped, so I decided to feature the billboard sign saying "THE CITY OF... LAS VEGAS", just to show that when I was painting this image, I was probably thinking that people will know that William is roping by the city of Las Vegas, as you can really see some of the bright lights and city very far away as William should is outdoors during the night and that William is probably very proud to be roping just like Joe Beaver, like when Joe had won his second world all-around championship back in 1996, as that's what makes Joe Beaver and William MacLeod, great cowboys since 1996, as this is the cowboy people may always love of William MacLeod turned into Joe Beaver since 1996.

William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as William must look like a true roping superstar from Canada, and a real cowboy from the fun years forever and ever of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more real present rodeo seasons, this past, present, future rodeo champion has totally been addicted to calf-roping ever since William MacLeod gave it a try by watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in July of 1994, and then more likely when the real top best fun began since January 1st, 1996, as I probably could figure it out that god must've given William MacLeod the real right talent to rope and tie to become mostly
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as William MacLeod probably says and tells himself, "When I'm older, I'll never be in my rocking chair forever, but, I'll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also 999 years of age and many more other ages ahead and of course a lot of open ropings, the Calgary Stampede, and then of course, one day just look at me now at 999 years of age, enjoying a lot of calf roping", as forever and ever of yesterday, today and tomorrow, William MacLeod will just still regularly keep on participating in physically demanding — and potentially not-so-dangerous — tie-down calf-roping events as a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and even some of the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association, as I can still have an indoor arena so I can sometimes be practice riding and roping all year long, regardless of the weather, as probably after age 999, William MacLeod will still regularly be around and alive forever and ever by participating in challenging tie-down calf-roping events at every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others, as I know that people will videotape me at every rodeo during the daytime or nighttime and be on every DVD video of rodeo and relive my roping again — something William's been doing since watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994 and also of course, lassoing since 1996. "It makes me feel great - awkward, but still great forever and ever," William MacLeod would one day say of breaking a new record. "I've been chasing the greatest calf ropers that have ever lived. That's been what my career's been about since 1996 and also first watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994." Joe Beaver was a tie-down roper like William, but also a steer roper. William feels that he one day dominated the game forever and ever. Like all world champions will tell you, the competition was tough, as people must pay homage to William MacLeod; the man, the machine, the artist and the legend.

When I also painted this image of me roping, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties up calves just like his favorite calf ropers
as if mostly like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too!! :) :) :).

I also like to think that when I was painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping from "Sierra", the horse, I was thinking that I had been roping outdoors during the daytime at the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming or other great outdoor rodeos during the daytime with this run, and also, the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, during the night time, as when I was painting this image, mowing a lawns with a push-on-lawn mower and the rodeo event tie-down roping really does look similar, because when I was mowing lawns, that's what it's like to be roping calves at rodeos and open ropings and many other rodeos and ropings all over the USA and Canada, because when using the push-lawnmower, that's because it really is similar to roping calves by using the push-mower, as it's great to challenge a calf roping run to mowing lawns, because I decided to call this painting "William MacLeod and Sierra mowin' for glory" because normally it would be roping for glory, but, I decided to use mowin' just to show what rodeoing and calf roping is really like, if people should be thinking "Street luge?" or "Mountain biking?", as "Sorry, dudes. This is the original extreme sport" as think about wearing the real clothes that future world champion calf roper and western artist William MacLeod wears, and also, why rodeo really seems to be a great sport that just really has lots of freedom forever, because this painting could also make a great video clip for every rodeo DVD as this painting sure does really look like a great one of Will MacLeod in action, as the dust is just flying, Will MacLeod is just starting to dismount his horse "Sierra" and the crowd just to be cheering and there would be ACTION!, and that's why I decided to call this great painting "William MacLeod and Sierra mowin' for glory". When I was painting this image of me roping, I nodded for the calf when I had probably given the calf the correct head start and was probably just very lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't even break the barrier, as I had galloped on my horse, as if I had taken about three swings of the loop around my head to make sure that the loop was just right. Then after taking three swings, then I would pop my loop out to land and reach down over the calf’s neck. Then, right there in this picture, I think it's a great image of me roping off my horse "Sierra" and that right there, I'm just starting to dismount Sierra as I am just starting to lift my left foot out of the stirrup. Then, I ran down to the calf and then flanked it down and then trussed three of it's legs with my hands a blur at two fast wraps and a half hitch, as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of two fast wraps and a half hitch and then I just threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch to show that I was done for time and that I was just finished, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is still truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", "The Frederic Remington of Calf Roping", and also, "The JFK of Calf Roping", and that William is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too and of course many different others of calf roping!

I also like to think that this painting will really show that's probably what made William MacLeod become the great rodeo calf roper and western artist, as William sure does look like a true champion, a great legend and also, a true great rodeo rider as this almost looks like a real captured portrait of real-life cowboy William MacLeod, as that one probably does look like another one of my best newest and new favorite images as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like of how I'm just starting to dismount "Sierra", the colorful background with the bright lights and city of Las Vegas in the background, the night sky with the stars in the sky, the billboard sign with the writing of "THE CITY OF... LAS VEGAS" of red writing on the white and yellow writing on the blue, just so people know that it's the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, the colorful white straw cowboy hat on William MacLeod, William in a flowing white Wrangler Dodge Rodeo western cowboy shirt (that has the red writings of "DODGE RODEO" and "Wrangler"), sunglasses, indigo-blue Wrangler jeans, and also, the beauty of Sierra, the horse, and also, probably just about everything else as I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly as it took me several days to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that calf roping is what had started rodeo and it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, as when I had really also painted this beautiful image of William MacLeod (me), this picture of me was also kind of showing how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really looks like another amazing great realistic image I ever did of a real future rodeo cowboy and western artist William MacLeod roping by the city of Las Vegas as this painting is almost coming at you as it just feels that there is definitely a lot of joy and a lot of action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image to make it more interesting for the painting, it really shows that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES BY THE CITY OF LAS VEGAS, NEVADA!

This picture was painted on Saturday, June 15th, 2013, Saturday, June 29th, 2013, Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 and also, Thursday, July 11th, 2013, as this is just a very beautiful great image of calf roping that can really also probably and truly make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for probably many several different rodeos and also, probably senior rodeos, Cheyenne Frontier Days in the future and past and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens, sometimes, as well, too.

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this sure really just does look like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as if this painting can also really show of how one day of how MacLeod and his horse Sierra were probably regarded as among the greatest teams in the rodeo game.

Roper William MacLeod has captured the action and skill of a great self-portrait of himself roping by the city of Las Vegas, as this is probably the best portrait of me roping, as this painting really shows how calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West, as the calf roper must be a good horseman or horsewoman who is quick and accurate with a rope, as William MacLeod sure looks like he prides himself on his tie-down roping skill. Also, roper William MacLeod still likes to keep on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "Big Squirrel mowin' for 7.8 seconds" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a painting of somewhere between either an oil or pastel drawing of originally the 1993 world calf roping champion, Joe Beaver, in the calf roping event as it was originally an artwork originally drawn and done from a photograph by Denver artist Tom Buchanan from the “1994 National Finals Rodeo (NFR) Program". Originally, the photograph was probably indoors during the nighttime in the evening, as if the Tom Buchanan painting of Joe Beaver was probably done from a 1993 photograph at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

I photocopied this Tom Buchanan drawing of the calf roper Joe Beaver from the “1994 NFR Program” and I really had just decided to say that any painting, especially the one of Joe Beaver, which was originally of Tom Buchanan's from a rodeo program could make a real great portrait painting, but, I decided to turn this cowboy Joe Beaver into me (William MacLeod), because Joe Beaver really looks a lot like me and that god was probably the one that had really given me the real right talent to rope and tie calves as Joe Beaver is probably the one that had really inspired me to rope calves, which is the real way of how the real perfect choice shows of how since entertaining the real world since 1996, Joe Beaver was the 1996 all-around world champion and also, Fred Whitfield, my other favorite calf roper, had won the world calf roping championship back in 1996, as just to really show how William MacLeod (I) probably should go for 999 and more and more NFR qualifications in the future years forever, because this painting really should show how the saying "COWBOY William MacLeod will one day squirrely move to go for his 999th NFR qualification someday!!!", because if I could just keep on winning more and more championships in calf roping and steer roping for on my belt, I would just keep on chasing the real great records of some of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's most legendary ropers and other calf ropers as if to rope and tie just like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this is really probably a true great portrait I had captured of myself and my horse "Sierra", as if you know that, the past is coming back again, as just to say that instead of trying to live with and going back in time with the 1960s-1984, again forever and ever, let's just say that from now on, we'll still build and have a real time machine to go back in time as the time machine and time travel are also both non-fiction as we can still go backward and repeat the same ones is only for when the newer ones of the real fun was when it really began of the only ones that'll forever and ever come back to us again forever and ever in real life of only the great top best real rodeo DVDs and on TV channels because I could really visualize and really sense that several photographers, people who videotape with cameras, and also, do great artwork of rodeos, as if over many years of photographing, and also, sometimes videotaping and also, painting the top great rodeo calf roping in the world, I have come to know and learn that as a professional rodeo photographer and western artist, I really do find that a deep interest in rodeo and the history of rodeo greatly informs my pictures and paintings and even great video clips, as they must capture the grace and excitement of professional rodeo tie-down roping, and that also, by example, calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West, as the calf roper must be a good horseman or horsewoman who is quick and accurate with a rope, as these rodeo calf-roping photos, artwork and video clips really demonstrate the pride of rodeo and the history embodied in modern cowboys and cowgirls, as you can really sense from looking at this great painting, as this painting is almost similar to Tom Buchanan's original painting of Joe Beaver, accurately convey rodeo calf-roping as the most classic, grace and excitement event ever in rodeo, as my painting done from Tom Buchanan's original kind of shows a great reference by striving to illustrate of how this real cowboy William MacLeod, as this is a great painting of a colorful and rowdy scene of real true King of the Calf Ropers, western artist and even, rodeo rider, William MacLeod, that this painting really shows how calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West at every rodeos all over the USA and Canada.

Joe Beaver, from Tom Buchanan's original artwork painting/drawing, originally did not have a mustache on, but, since I decided to turn Joe Beaver into me (William MacLeod) for the painting, I just decided to put a mustache on myself, probably just to make myself look very cool as a great rodeo calf roper.

Also, the calf, from Tom Buchanan's original artwork painting/drawing, originally did not have little bumps of horns staring to grow out, but, since it was my new great favorite painting of roping, I just decided to put a little bump or horns starting to grow and come out of the calf, because I really wanted people to think that roping a young steer really requires catching and restraining young steers for branding or medical treatment, as I would like to think that 
the singers George Strait, John Denver and George Jones would be a perfect example to compare to mostly for tie-down calf roping, all the time, as that's what real true rodeo calf roping style for me (William MacLeod) is really all about, forever, ever and ever, for people to take my advice and become me and keep me alive forever, ever and ever.

This great outstanding sized watercolor/acrylic on paper of a rodeo scene shows William MacLeod in blue Wrangler jeans and black Wrangler western cowboy shirt lassoing a calf just dismounting his horse, "Sierra", and getting ready to be preparing the take down of the black baldy Hereford/Angus crossbreed calf and the roping of its legs. William (I) is part and half just about seen in mid air as Sierra stops. I hold the reins, shoot my slack of the rope back and have the pink piggin' string in my mouth. A blue, red, black and white, purple and light-plum/grape purple background, a real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans, and other several things in this great picture of William MacLeod (me) roping. Signed in red writing, as this outstanding work really exemplifies MacLeod's illustrative prowess and knowledge of the rodeo action, as calf roping is no longer the only thing in MacLeod's life, but also, William can paint, play guitar and sing and do other several stuff, as again, William is going to calf rope forever, as that's why I decided to show "COWBOY William MacLeod will one day squirrely move to go for his 999th NFR qualification someday!!!", because likely, this will likely never be William's final NFR, because William is just going to keep on making more, more, more and more trips to the NFR after 99 years of age and even head for more qualifications to the NFR forever, ever and ever, all because just to prove that William will keep on being the greatest calf roper of all time in the future for more and more years to come after the 11th millennium and beyond, as I'm probably one of the best Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) calf ropers from the real years from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 till the 11th millennium and beyond to more present years ahead, and one day, I will probably be inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, as it'll say that William MacLeod is still roping like heck every year at the NFR forever, ever and ever after 99 years of age and also, still videotaped at every rodeo for every rodeo DVD, all because William will probably be a a true great legend, a great world champion calf roper, a western artist, as you can really sense and tell is that William MacLeod, out of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada was one day going to be a real world titlist from and in the years of 1996-1999, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’s-11th millennium and many other great years ahead to be alive forever and ever as year in and year out, just to become the real best Canadian/American calf ropers of the decades and more decades as if just to be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping as if William must look like the true superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy to rope in Canada and the United States, as William will always love Calgary forever and ever, and Calgary will always love William forever and ever, just to be alive and is just glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours, as he should be the best calf roper to come along for more than nine-million and ninety-nine-hundred, ten-million, eleven-hundred and ninety-nine million years, as if I should be nicknamed "King of the Ropers", as if the way of how and since entertaining and reliving and rewinding and hitting the back and backward button to relive the real past of the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, this cowboy William MacLeod, out of USA and Canada, is probably one of the true superstars and also known as one of the calf ropers in the 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, to come along for more than ninety-nine years, as if a true roping superstar from Canada as sometimes called "THE SUPERSTAR’S BEST SUPER TARGET COWBOY" just to show that someone would say to William MacLeod: "This cowboy William MacLeod is still better to be alive forever, than most guys, as he's almost one day going to be a $28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as he'll still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond", as this would prove that William will never be dead and buried and gone forever in the coffin, time will still go slower, time will still go backward and let her be able to just relive the 1996-2012 rodeo seasons, as right there in this painting, I decided to put all the years of 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 till 2099 till 100th century all the way till 11th millennium and beyond till more and more present years ahead, because, the new era really had begun in 1996 and this was the new era that would never end forever that would just go all the way from 1996 till 11th millennium and beyond to more, more, more and more present years ahead, because, instead of 1993, I wanted this painting to be a a real rodeo scene where it really would show me and the other today's cowboys and cowgirls in the real true easily relived years from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 till the 11th millennium and beyond to more present years ahead, as if I would just think that during the years between either 2005 or 2006 or 2007, I really want people to know that in this painting of how The Wrangler National Rodeo Finals take place in December at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, as cowboys and cowgirls the length and breadth of North America prepare all year for this event, as it is billed as a rodeo "super series," the finals really do determine the world champion of each rodeo event, as right there, I want people to notice that William MacLeod (I) is just really showing how the world champion ropes a calf, by taking another tie-down roping crown and even making more qualifications to the NFR forever, ever and ever, as William MacLeod is really the true king of the cowboys of the John Wayne of calf roping as a true great superstar of great calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also decided to turn the cowboy into me and paint my self-portrait of me roping calves, I decided to feature the yellow writing of "NATIONAL FINALS RODEO" in blue, just to show that when I was painting this image, I was probably thinking that people will know that William is roping at the NFR, as you can really see why there is a second rope on the saddle, it's because I'm roping at the NFR, and my second rope is there incase I miss my first loop or if it accidentally slips out of my hand as William should be indoors during the night and that William is probably very proud to be roping just like Joe Beaver, like when Joe had won his second world all-around championship back in 1996, as that's what makes Joe Beaver and William MacLeod, great cowboys since 1996, as this is the cowboy people may always love of William MacLeod turned into Joe Beaver since 1996.

William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as William must look like a true roping superstar from Canada, and a real cowboy from the fun years forever and ever of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more real present rodeo seasons, this past, present, future rodeo champion has totally been addicted to calf-roping ever since William MacLeod gave it a try by watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in July of 1994, and then more likely when the real top best fun began since January 1st, 1996, as I probably could figure it out that god must've given William MacLeod the real right talent to rope and tie to become Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as I've learned that winter is a bad time for the cowboys as there is just not enough work on the ranch, as some cowboys find work nearby, some stay on the ranch and ride wolf patrol, by keeping wolf packs away from the herd, but, forever and instead, because of being a rancher, a real cowboy like me (William MacLeod) should know that a real cowboy like me should just keep on having a different job over the winter, as forever and ever of yesterday, today and tomorrow, that would be being a rodeo rider because people should really know that the best place to see cowboy skills today is at a rodeo, as there are great competitions in calf roping, bull riding and steer wrestling, as those are the three real major contests of the rodeo, as a true cowboy, William (I) will just keep on doing more and more calf roping in the rodeo, because again, I think I’ve captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, defeated and surpassed past calf ropers Billy Bob Hutto, Jerry Jetton, Tom Ferguson and of course, a cowgirl calf roper named Sue Pirtle, ropes and ties up calves just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers, Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horses “Black Beauty”, “Sierra” and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings, as people must pay homage to William MacLeod; the man, the machine, the artist and the legend.

When I also painted this image of me roping, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties up calves just like his favorite calf ropers Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too!!! :) :) :).

I also like to think that when I was painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping from "Sierra", the horse, I was thinking that I had been roping indoors during the night time at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, as when I was painting this image, mowing lawns with a push-on-lawn mower and the rodeo event tie-down roping really does look similar, because when I was mowing lawns, that's what it's like to be roping calves at rodeos and open ropings and many other rodeos and ropings all over the USA and Canada, because when using the push-lawnmower, that's because it really is similar to roping calves by using the push-mower, as it's great to challenge a calf roping run to mowing lawns, because I decided to call this painting "Big Squirrel mowing for 7.8 seconds" because normally it would be roping for 7.8 seconds, but, I decided to use mowin' just to show what rodeoing and calf roping is really like, if people should be thinking that I was sometimes called "Big Squirrel" because I could almost barely move quickly just like a squirrel as this painting could also make a great video clip for every rodeo DVD as this painting sure does really look like a great one of Will MacLeod in action, as the dust is just flying, Will MacLeod is just starting to dismount his horse "Sierra" and the crowd just to be cheering and there would be ACTION!, and that's why I decided to call this great painting "Big Squirrel mowing for 7.8 seconds". When I was painting this image of me roping, I nodded for the calf when I was probably just very lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't even break the barrier, as I had galloped on my horse, as if I took only two turns of two swings of the loop around my head to throw my loop out to land and reach down over the calf’s neck. Then, right there in this picture, I think it's a great image of me roping off my horse "Sierra" and that right there, I just started to pull my slack back and then dismounted Sierra very quickly by shooting my slack back as I did a lightning-fast dismount and I'm making sure that the loop is just about to be tightened so I can get this calf ready for the takedown. Then, after the calf hit the end of the rope when I ran all the down to the calf very fast and quickly, then I flanked it down and then made lightning fast quick hands of two fast wraps and then a half hitch around all three of it's legs and then I just threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch as my time was 7.8 SECONDS TO WIN THE THIRD GO-ROUND AT THE NFR!!!! WOW!!!! WHAT A GREAT ROPING RUN FOR THE BIG SQUIRREL!!!!!

I just really wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is still truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", "The Frederic Remington of Calf Roping", and also, "The JFK of Calf Roping", and that William is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too and of course many different others of calf roping!

I also like to think that this painting will really show that's probably what made William MacLeod become the great rodeo calf roper and western artist, as William sure does look like a true champion, a great legend and also, a true great rodeo rider as William's probably a great cowboy of today since January 1st, 1996, and that's to show what a real true cowboy of today from 1996 till 2015 till 11th millennium and beyond to more and more and more present years ahead really looks like, as real cowboys and also, real cowgirls were really just right of how 1996 was when the real fun of the rodeos had really began in the real world and right place, as 1996-100th century-present, all here for the real right place, we could really sense that instead of the old 1960s-1984, the real cowboys and cowgirls of today had really begun in the real right place, as this was the real done deal, as this is what you call entertaining the real world since 1996. When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that I could sense that I (William MacLeod) was definitely a rodeo cowboy in the mid-late 1990’s of just 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’,s 2030’s, 2040’s, 2050’s, 2060’s, 2070’s, 2080’s, 2090’s, 2100’s, 2200’s and all the way into the 100th century and also, the year of 9595 and all the way until the 11th millennium and beyond to more and more great present years ahead, as World calf roping champ and western artist William MacLeod (I) plans to keep on forever returning to Las Vegas for the 9,878,000,000th time looking to add to his collection of 10,578,376 gold buckles, as MacLeod, of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada, will keep on earning more than $101.22,000 million in more careers of me in the rodeo world forever, ever and ever, as William will be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond, just making the NFR again for many years to keep on coming and be a mainstay at the NFR forever, ever and ever, as 1996 is old school for sure, and that’s why this almost looks like a real captured portrait of real-life cowboy William MacLeod, as that one probably does look like another one of my best newest and new favorite images as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like of how I'm shooting my slack back while dismounting "Sierra", the colorful background with the bright colors of blue, red, black and white, purple and light-plum/grape purple of the beautiful representative background, the years that say 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 till 2099 till 100th century all the way till 11th millennium and beyond till more and more present years ahead, the writing of 7.8 seconds (because that's what my time was for roping and tying down that young steer), the writing that says "COWBOY William MacLeod will one day squirrely move to go for his 999th NFR qualification someday!!!" (because William MacLeod is a true great legend at becoming the master or the ropes at the great art of calf roping), the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the real true traditional colorful tan/mink felt Bailey cowboy hat on William MacLeod, William in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (that has the red writings of "PRCA", "2005 WRANGLER NFR, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA" and "Wrangler"), indigo-blue and blue Wrangler jeans, the brown leather tag with the writing of Wrangler on the back right pocket of the Wrangler jeans, and also, the beauty of Sierra, the horse with the colorful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf (that has a little bump of horns starting to grow and come out), and also, probably just about everything else as I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly to show that this one really had taken me eight long days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because this really just looks like just another one of the best absolutely realistic images that also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the great effort in the real highlight details, as if just to show what it's really like to do the real event of roping all the time from night, rainy nights and cold winter nights to show that calf roping is what had started rodeo and it took me eight long days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, as when I had really also painted this beautiful image of William MacLeod (me), this picture of me was also kind of showing how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really looks like another amazing great realistic image I ever did of a real future rodeo cowboy and western artist William MacLeod roping for 7.8 seconds at Las Vegas as this painting is almost coming at you as it just feels that there is definitely a lot of joy and a lot of action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a great portrait of William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond to more present years as a great living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, talks to his horse “Sierra”, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill (right there, as you see it in the image), as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image to make it more interesting for the painting, it really shows that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING A CALF IN 7.8 SECONDS TO WIN THE THIRD GO-ROUND!!!!

This picture was painted on Thursday, July 11th, 2013, Saturday, July 13th, 2013, Sunday, July 14th, 2013, Thursday, July 25th, 2013, Saturday, July 27th, 2013, Monday, July 29th, 2013, Wednesday, July 31st, 2013 and Saturday, August 3rd, 2013, as again, this is totally such a very great beautiful image of calf roping that can really also probably and truly make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada in the future and past and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens or maybe senior rodeos, sometimes, as well, too.

This is probably one of the best greatest images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this sure really just does look like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make William MacLeod to be truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever.

Roper William MacLeod has really again captured the action and skill of a great self-portrait of himself roping at the NFR in Las Vegas for a 7.8 second run, as this is probably the best portrait of me roping as almost from looking at this painting of showing future ProRodeo Hall of Famer William MacLeod will one day hit the practice pen prior to the Wrangler NFR, and that one day it would pay off in the form of more tie-down roping world titles for me before and after the 11th millennium and beyond, as if this painting of roping is almost like lawn-mowing, as this painting really shows how calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West, as the calf roper must be a good horseman or horsewoman who is quick and accurate with a rope, as William MacLeod sure looks like he prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, right there in that painting. Also, roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "Akita and Nixon”, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a mare and her foal as if it was originally this drawing that was done by probably the artist John Green from a Horses of the Old West coloring book.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Horses of the Old West coloring book and decided to make it more like a real one of the real way of how I really decided to change the colors and made them different and then paint it as if I wanted to truly decide to say is that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting and I decided to do a great portrait of "Akita", the loving mother Thoroughbred horse and her colt "Nixon", because it shows how Akita looks to be a pretty sweetheart, as if and of course, it looks like Akita loves her colt Nixon very much.

I just decided to paint this colorful and beautiful black Thoroughbred horse and colt, because I really like cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that Akita should be the mother horse and from looking at this painting seems to be is how sweet is this little ensemble right there as it looks like Akita is a sweetheart and looks like Akita and her Thoroughbred horse love each other so much, so it looks like that there is so much color, warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Akita can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course Akita is totally a sweetheart and totally loves her colt very much and that I just like to think that this Thoroughbred colt in this painting probably likes to still stay close to his mom "Akita", because Akita must be a sweetheart and I think she just loves her colt very much.

This painting can show that in the springtime, the happy mare delivered her new foal.

This picture was generally supposed to be set in the old west for the "Horses of the Old West coloring book", but I really wanted people to think that this is not on a ranch, but more likely out in a different country of farms by probably showing a great reference by striving to illustrate of how many real cowboys and cowgirls really do wear real cowboy show gear, more like a real rodeo performer than a working cowpuncher or ranch cowboy or cowgirl. I decided to put the letters of "THE RODEO HOUSE" on the house, because this really shows how it is almost nearly packed with rollicking action, as everyone should just know for certain at sunrise, that cowboys and cowgirls like William MacLeod and many others and even, rodeo owners of "The Rodeo House" would always ride and rope from that stud to a far-you-well and likely there would be calf-roping, steer-bulldogging and even, Wild Brahma-bull-riding just to show those eastern dudes how things were done out here in the big land and they would come jogging back to people with money in their pockets and good barbecue in their bellies, ten men separate and individual, and somehow something more, single and indivisible, the crew of the Slash Y as every cowboy and cowgirl would sometimes keep on winning the three events of calf-roping, steer-bulldogging and even, Wild Brahma-bull-riding, but everyone should always get to see those cowboys and cowgirls actually do anything for real rodeo rides forever and ever as they're always introduced, and then the next thing you know that after those cowboys and cowgirls has tied up the calf's legs or wrestled a steer or rode a bull and also, let a calf run on down to the end of the arena with a rope around it's neck, then the cowboys and cowgirls are just out there waving to the crowd while the announcer names one of them the winner, that's always still struggling to hold on to the traditions from the years of 1996 till 2050 and all the way till 11th millennium and beyond to more other years ahead that made me a legend forever and ever, as if people must pay really learn a lot about cowboys and cowgirls a lot about "A RODEO WHERE RODEOS ARE BORN" about how the rodeo stars are traveling through a circuit of state fairs and other arenas in the next towns to really entertain the audience and discuss how the other contestants prepare for these and what the routines consist of as they usually involve some horseback riding, but mostly some jokes, singing, skits, lots of calf roping, lots of steer wrestling and lots of bull riding and even, breakaway roping as there is really much and lots of discussion of specific rodeo activities at making lots of money everyday to be alive and live forever and never be dead as there is definitely a lot of true great rodeo rides for them, just to show how we've collected a lot of some of the finest thrills and throws to prove once and for all of how rodeo men and rodeo women are the toughest around, other than sometimes a ride around the arena on horse, like how you notice that those cowboy and cowgirls have earned the right to be called "Super Star" and just know how it's done, as that's what the rodeo house is all about as even also, I decided to put "HOME OF JOHN WAYNE WESTERN MOVIES" on the fence, because John Wayne is probably everyone's favorite cowboy actor hero and would be a great rodeo cowboy as a great calf roper as rodeos and John Wayne are part of a great heritage to every rodeo cowboy and rodeo cowgirl of calf ropers, single steer ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders and being at a rodeo and not living on a ranch is all about the true cowboys and cowgirls!

This almost looks like how it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like of how I painted this image very, very carefully and a lot slowly and kind of just worked very slowly, skillfully and carefully by just of what I like about the picture is of the great highlights of the fluffy white clouds, the colorful trees and grass, the colorful mountains, the colorful house that says "The Rodeo House" (because it says a whole lot more about what it's like to be a rodeo cowboy than any rodeo you ever saw, as if for the best calf ropers, breakaway ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders in the west, ever), the colorful red, white and blue fence with some tan, the white stars on the red fence, the red stars on the white fence, the yellow stars on the blue fence, the red writing of "CREEKSIDE" on the tan fence, the yellow writing of "HOME OF JOHN WAYNE WESTERN MOVIES" on the blue fence (so it could make it entertaining to show that for genuine old school cowboys is that it just says a whole lot more about what it's like to be a rodeo cowboy than any rodeo you ever saw), the colorful black Thoroughbred horse "Akita" and the colorful black Thoroughbred colt "Nixon", and maybe almost probably just about everything else as I really painted this image kind of a little bit very, very carefully and slowly and just still took a lot of slow time to paint that one just to make it realistic as I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of how I had really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that this really just looks like my best absolutely realistic favorite image of a mare and a colt that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that this little ensemble right there as it looks like there is just so much warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Akita can sometime go and just think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course is that there is nothing so touching or so heartfelt as the expression of a sweetheart mother's love for her baby, her child as nothing so profound exists.

This was painted on Saturday, September 21st, 2013, Sunday, September 22nd, 2013 and Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Thoroughbred horse and colt as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever.

This artwork as a painting of "The Wild Rose of Alberta”, as this was originally an artwork watercolor illustration of them as it was originally done by the artist Lorna Bennett from a book that was originally published in 2004 called "C is for Chinook: An Alberta Alphabet (Discover Canada Province by Province)" by the author Dawn Welykochy.

I photocopied this illustration from this book because it shows that our pretty provincial flower is
W for Wild Rose, as it grows across the prairies and along where rivers flow.

Also, while I was painting this image, I was kind of visualizing and thinking about
how and why Alberta's provincial flower is the wild rose and Alberta is known as Wild Rose Country, because this small shrub grows 30 to 90 centimetres high and is found on the prairies, roadsides, edges of woods, and along riverbanks. The wild rose really does bloom in different shades of pink as it is used for making candies, sauces, teas, wine, and even for perfume and medicine.

Also,
W is for the golden fields of wheat swaying in the wind and glistening in the sunshine. Alberta has over 59,000 farms including crop, dairy, and cattle farming, as wheat in the primary crop grown in Alberta. Also, Braley, oats, hay, and canola are the next most important crops. Alberta's farms make agriculture the second most important industry in the province next to oil and gas.

Also, as well, too,
W is also for Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada's largest national park, as it's lying partly in Alberta and partly in the Northwest Territories, this park was established in 1922 to protect the bison herds in Northern Canada.

I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of how I had really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right, just because of how I had painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful red and pink roses really look like and some of the green and light green as if to almost nearly just about nearly everything else of what you kind of just like about the picture as if to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture as this just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing as this really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of the Wild Rose of Alberta.

This was painted on
Tuesday, October 1st, 2013, Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 and Thursday, November 28th, 2013 as this was just a very great beautiful great image, as if it probably still can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely to show that also, roper William MacLeod (I) has also tried painting beautiful roses and flowers, because that's what's so great about the wild rose of Alberta and why I think it's no wonder about all the great highlights that I had really put into this whole picture and it almost nearly stands out as you can almost touch those flowers as they're just the so beautiful and the pink colors as that's why I took three days to paint it, just to try and make it come out beautifully and just about right.


This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod and Sierra mowin' the clock" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an artwork illustration (as if it was a watercolor) by artist Barry Moser that was originally on the front cover of a book called "In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys", as this book was originally written by Russell Freedman, as this book was generally published around 2001 and Barry Moser originally did the illustration around 2001.

At first, this was a commissioned work for the front cover of the book "In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys", because the publisher originally had told Barry exactly what they wanted and had done his best to give them that. First, it turns out that originally the photograph was at a rodeo and it was originally outdoors during the daytime and this was a daytime event and it was the calf roping event in the daytime in the sunshine by photographer Fred Schnell from a book called "Rodeo! The Suicide Circuit" (that was originally published in 1971), but, it turned out that I was totally dead on finding the photo out of the book "Rodeo! The Suicide Circuit" (that was originally photographed in 1971), from which Barry had worked, as in the painting for the book cover of "In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys", Barry had stolen the gestures of horse, rider and calf and as far as permissions to use the photograph the way Barry had done was settled law and also has automatically altered the photograph significantly and also, Barry had made an eliminated background by adding a dust sun, changing the rider to a vaquero (to look more like a Mexican rider) and put no piggin' string in the rider's mouth in the painting, as again, this was a commissioned piece and Barry simply did what his publisher had asked for, as if on the front cover of the illustration, he was probably going to rope a calf probably to brand one and that's what I think Barry Moser decided to do for the artwork.

I photocopied this Barry Moser drawing of the roper and horse from the “In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys" and I really had just decided to erase the sombrero, the Mexican outfit the vaquero had on and decided to make it look more like a real professional rodeo cowboy for the real cowboy of today from the real years of 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and more other years ahead after the 11th millennium and beyond and many other years after that as a great professional calf roper at rodeos, because I really want people to sense and notice from this painting that a classic popular rodeo event, tie-down roping is a necessity that comes directly off ranch duties and work.

The real fun definitely had really began in 1996 (yes, there's going to be another 1996), because instead of the 1960's, going back to the real fun is really of 1996 was when the real top best fun all really began. That's when the whole real top fun of the rodeo all really began, so that meant newborn people after the years of 2050 and 2060 and also the other people in the real years of 1996-present could live in those real times of 1996 and others in the real right place, because, I could really visualize and really sense that several photographers, people who videotape with cameras for rodeo DVDs, and also, do great artwork of rodeos, as if over many years of photographing, and also, sometimes videotaping and also, painting the top great rodeo calf roping in the world, I have come to know and learn that as a professional rodeo photographer and western artist, I like to think that the real painting of me kind of shows a great reference by striving to illustrate of how this real cowboy William MacLeod really does wear real cowboy show gear, more like a real rodeo performer than a working cowpuncher or ranch cowboy, as you can really sense from this great painting of a colorful and rowdy scene of real true King of the Calf Ropers, western artist and even, rodeo rider, William MacLeod, as I think I’ve really captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond), as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like his favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers of Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horse "Sierra" and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down and steer roping skills, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves as a great old-time rodeo performer and also, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time, as I could sense that Barry Moser's painting, which was originally the one he had done and could make a real great portrait painting of me roping and really decided to turn this rider into me (William MacLeod, a real professional rodeo tie-down calf roper), because as everyone should just know for certain by looking at this painting, that sometime at sunrise, is that William MacLeod would ride and rope from that stud to a far-you-well and likely there would be calf-roping, steer-bulldogging and even, Wild Brahma-bull-riding just to show those eastern dudes how things were done out here in the big land and they would come jogging back to people with money in their pockets and good barbecue in their bellies, ten men separate and individual, and somehow something more, single and indivisible, the crew of the Slash Y as William wins the calf roping event, but everyone should always get to see me actually do anything for real rodeo rides forever and ever as I'm always introduced, and then the next thing you know that after William has tied up the calf's legs and also, let a calf run on down to the end of the arena, William (I) is just out there waving to the crowd while the announcer may sometimes name me the winner, that's always still struggling to hold on to the traditions from the years of 1996 till 2050 and all the way till 11th millennium and beyond to more other years ahead that made me a legend forever and ever, as if people must pay homage to William MacLeod; the man, the machine, the artist and the legend, as William MacLeod could still paint some great pictures, rope calves at rodeos and open roping and love the horse "Sierra" that was the most beautiful American Quarter horse on this earth and planet. William could survive by sometimes doing 99 minutes on the treadmill, enjoy meals like tomatoes, hamburgers and fries, still make the NFR at 99 years of age and also 989,000,000 years of age and make the NFR forever, ever and ever, and sometimes keep on doing whatever need to be done, like playing the cowboy forever. William was the kind of real man who sometimes preferred water to strawberry smoothies with whipped cream and sometimes enjoy sitting in a nice chair and watch great videos of rodeos and try and copy lots of roper's styles by becoming the real great people like William MacLeod's favorite heroes of Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too and also, many other great different calf ropers of rodeos. Living in a real world where every day of rodeos of whether it's roping and tying calves or bulldogging or wrestling steers or riding wild Brahma bulls would seem alike for the real years of 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and more other years ahead after the 11th millennium and beyond and many other years after the 11th millennium and beyond if the weather was nice and beautiful and warm, William would be with real rodeo friends at rodeos by typifying what was the strongest, most honest, and most admirable about the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls as calf ropers, bull riders and steer wrestlers of the turn of the real world, as William's real advice and idea of impressing a horseback woman in beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or tan riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, would be swinging and twirling a rope and throwing it in the air, and though that the great lady would sometimes make a great calf roper of a cowboy's sweetheart. William MacLeod feels that he has really known the real ways of the cowboy (the real cowboy as the rodeo cowboy) and was totally one of the best and could still make the Calgary Stampede and the NFR after 99 years of age forever, ever and ever and be alive as one of the best rodeo cowboys and artists that had ever lived forever, ever and ever.

First, I would like people to think that when almost one day in William MacLeod, that will still get to rope at the NFR at 99 years of age as I (William MacLeod) has really found real room to express the real breadth of the real understanding of my affection for the rodeo worlds of the real cowboys and cowgirls, DVDs, television, time travel and time machines, cell phones, and CDs and other great stuff about real rodeo cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever, as the real true done deal, as again, MacLeod will someday really set the record straight after making the NFR at 99 years of age and also 989 and more other ages ahead, as if to be at the NFR forever, ever and ever, as William MacLeod's real childhood ambition was not to be a rancher and not live on a ranch, but mostly, William's real childhood ambition was to be a real cowboy of today of a real professional rodeo cowboy and western artist and also work with and train roping horses for calf roping, as for the real true done deal style because, did you know that the best place to see cowboy skills today is at a rodeo, because for cowboys and cowgirl's, rodeo's three real main events are calf roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, as all of your heroes have still always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

I was just glad to decide that people will still know that the event in this painting would be happening outdoors during the daytime. Originally in the Barry Moser artwork, the rider didn't have a jerk line, piggin' strings, breast collar, martingale and other things, so, I just decided to turn this rider into William MacLeod and put the jerk line and the spare piggin’ string on my belt and also, piggin' string in my mouth and the martingale and breast collar, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of this gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I’ve definitely got a piggin’ string in my mouth.

While I was painting this beautiful image, I was thinking that I decided to show the writing of "Calf Roping" in this painting, because by looking at this painting, it sure looks packed with plenty of rollicking action, as this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope (as you’ll feel and almost taste, smell and nearly feel the dust it in this whole painting), as if this real cowboy William MacLeod is more likely in a real rodeo scene where it would show me in the real era that never ends forever in the real years from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 till the 11th millennium and beyond to more present years ahead, as you can really just about sense from this great painting of a colorful and rowdy scene of real true King of the Calf Ropers, western artist and even, rodeo rider, as if just to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, William MacLeod, out of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada was one day going to be a real world titlist from and in the years of 1996-1999, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’s-11th millennium and many other great years ahead to be alive forever and ever as year in and year out, just to become the real best Canadian/American calf ropers of the decades and more decades as if just to be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping as if William must look like the true superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy to rope in Canada and the United States, as William will always love Calgary forever and ever, and Calgary will always love William forever and ever, just to be alive and is just glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours, as he should be the best calf roper to come along for more than nine-hundred and ninety-nine million years, as if I should be nicknamed "King of the Ropers", as if the way of how and since entertaining and reliving and rewinding and hitting the back and backward button to relive the real past of the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, this cowboy William MacLeod, out of USA and Canada, is probably one of the true superstars and also known as one of the calf ropers in the 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, to come along for more than ninety-nine years, as if a true roping superstar from Canada and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also decided to turn the cowboy into me and paint my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I held only just only mostly probably one or two coils of the rope in my left hand, as if my horse "Sierra" and I didn’t break the barrier, which was kind of lucky and great. Then, right there, from looking at this painting, I like to think that I took two turns of two swings of my loop around my head and then right there in the picture, you can just see that the loop has just left my hand as I am throwing a rope to catch a black baldy of a Hereford/Angus cross calf. Then, once the black baldy would be lassoed, then I would stop my beautiful bay American Quarter horse named "Sierra" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping) and got ready to put the brakes on while I probably pitched, pulled and had shot the slack of the rope back and very high into the air to loop the calf as if my rope made a quick flip and then held onto the slack while I would then be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra and then before the time my right foot would then hit the ground, then I would like to think that the black baldy had hit the end of the rope. Then, when I was running to get ready to flank down the black baldy calf, then I removed the blue piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs by making a whipping of two tight fast wraps and a half hitch, as if my hands were probably just like a whipping speeding windmill and then as I threw my hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as if I did it in several styles of roping, as if like John Wayne in the movies, as if I also let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever, as when I was painting this image, mowing lawns with a push-on-lawn mower and the rodeo event tie-down roping really does look similar, because when I was sometimes mowing lawns, that's what it's like to be roping calves at rodeos and open ropings and many other rodeos and ropings all over the USA and Canada, because when using the push-lawnmower, that's because it really is similar to roping calves by using the push-mower, as it's great to challenge a calf roping run to mowing lawns, because I decided to call this painting "William MacLeod and Sierra Mowin' The Clock" because normally it would be roping the clock or against the clock, but, I had just really decided to use mowin' just to show what rodeoing and calf roping is really like, if people should be thinking that this painting could also make a great video clip for every rodeo DVD as this painting sure does really look like a great one of Will MacLeod in action mowing and roping against the clock, as I really want people to notice by looking at this painting of how calf roping is the classic timed event in rodeo and the cowboy/cowgirl having roped the calf, has to dismount and hog-tie the animal, while his/her horse holds the rope taut, as also, the Quarter Horse really does make an ideal mount for traditional Western sports, as if that's what's so great about this painting of "William MacLeod and Sierra Mowin' The Clock".

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "Somewhere in Sonora", "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "A Lady Takes A Chance", "McLintock!", "The Cowboys" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as sometime, in a rodeo contest, William bests the betting favorite, that is of another all-around cowboy hand as a calf roper, steer wrestler and bull rider, who would sometimes be a great friend of William MacLeod’s, as again, this'll forever and ever again just be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, and when Joe Beaver won his second all-around world championship in 1996 and his third all-around world title in 2000, as if to also show this painting of how in this rodeo event, the skills of the horse and rider are equally tested, as the rider must first lasso a calf with his/her rope and then next he/she must get off his/her horse and tie the calf’s legs in the fastest possible time while the horse holds the rope tight, as again, by looking at this painting, you can almost feel and notice of how speed and agility are the most valued qualities in the horse, as that is what is so great about this painting of how this skill can most easily be seen at rodeos as I feel that I rope just like a machine as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is also trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably my favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers,
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show, because I wanted this to show that saddle up for a real Wild West rodeo, a place for real cowboys and cowgirls as they take you on a real frontier adventure in the real exciting world of rodeo, that you will really love! Say howdy to the national rodeo champions and learn a few tricks before headin' to the rodeo's Grand Entry. You'll learn the ropes and the rules of sheep riding. You'll learn everything about how to rope and tie a calf, and even how to throw a lasso! Yee haw! You'll learn lots of different lariat swings... You'll get a close-up look at the cowpokes brave enough to compete in calf ropin' and chute doggin'. And you'll get so close to the rodeo arena, you'll almost feel the dust kick up all around you. Cowboy up in the fun-at-the-rodeo adventure that'll make you say: SOMEDAY I WANNA BE A RODEO COWBOY!

William will keep on being the greatest calf roper of all time in the future for more and more years to come after the 11th millennium and beyond, as I'm probably one of the best Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) calf ropers from the real years from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 till the 11th millennium and beyond to more present years ahead, and one day, I will probably be inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, as it'll say that William MacLeod is still roping like heck every year at the NFR forever, ever and ever after 99 years of age and also, still videotaped at every rodeo for every rodeo DVD, all because William will probably be a a true great legend, a great world champion calf roper, a western artist, as you can really sense and tell is that William MacLeod, out of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada was one day going to be a real world titlist from and in the years of 1996-1999, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’s-11th millennium and many other great years ahead to be alive forever and ever as year in and year out, just to become the real best Canadian/American calf ropers of the decades and more decades as if just to be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping as if William must look like the true superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy to rope in Canada and the United States, as William will always love Calgary forever and ever, and Calgary will always love William forever and ever, just to be alive and is just glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours, as he should be the best calf roper to come along for more than nine-million and ninety-nine-hundred, ten-million, eleven-hundred and ninety-nine million years, as if I should be nicknamed "King of the Ropers", as if the way of how and since entertaining and reliving and rewinding and hitting the back and backward button to relive the real past of the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, this cowboy William MacLeod, out of USA and Canada, is probably one of the true superstars and also known as one of the calf ropers in the 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, to come along for more than ninety-nine years, as if a true roping superstar from Canada as sometimes called "THE SUPERSTAR’S BEST SUPER TARGET COWBOY" just to show that someone would say to William MacLeod: "This cowboy William MacLeod is still better to be alive forever, than most guys, as he's almost one day going to be a $28,901,000,000 MILLION DOLLAR COWBOY alive and active and still alive forever and ever in professional rodeo, as he'll still be calf roping at the NFR in the 11th millennium and beyond", as this would prove that William will never be dead and buried and gone forever in the coffin, time will still go slower, time will still go backward and let her be able to just relive the 1996-2012 rodeo seasons, as right there in this painting, I decided to put all the years of 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 till 2099 till 100th century all the way till 11th millennium and beyond till more and more present years ahead, because, the new era really had begun in 1996 and this was the new era that would never end forever that would just go all the way from 1996 till 11th millennium and beyond to more, more, more and more present years ahead, because, instead of 1971, I wanted this painting to be a a real rodeo scene where it really would show me and the other today's cowboys and cowgirls in the real true easily relived years from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 till the 11th millennium and beyond to more present years ahead, as if I would just think that during the years between either 2005 or 2006 or 2007, I really want people to know that in this painting of how this is the cowboy people may always love of William MacLeod turned into Joe Beaver since 1996.

I also like to think that when I was painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping from "Sierra", the horse, I was thinking that I had been roping outdoors during the daytime at one of the rodeos, whether in the USA or Canada, as when I was painting this image, I also like to think that this painting will really show that's probably what made William MacLeod become the great rodeo calf roper and western artist, as William sure does look like a true champion, a great legend and also, a true great rodeo rider as William's probably a great cowboy of today since January 1st, 1996, and that's to show what a real true cowboy of today from 1996 till 2015 till 11th millennium and beyond to more and more and more present years ahead really looks like, as real cowboys and also, real cowgirls were really just right of how 1996 was when the real fun of the rodeos had really began in the real world and right place, as 1996-100th century-present, all here for the real right place, we could really sense that instead of the old 1960s-1984, the real cowboys and cowgirls of today had really begun in the real right place, as this was the real done deal, as this is what you call entertaining the real world since 1996. When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that I could sense that I (William MacLeod) was definitely a rodeo cowboy in the mid-late 1990’s of just 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999, 2000’s, 2010’s, 2020’,s 2030’s, 2040’s, 2050’s, 2060’s, 2070’s, 2080’s, 2090’s, 2100’s, 2200’s and all the way into the 100th century and also, the year of 9595 and all the way until the 11th millennium and beyond to more and more great present years ahead, as World calf roping champ and western artist William MacLeod (I) plans to keep on forever returning to Las Vegas for the 9,878,000,000th time looking to add to his collection of 10,578,376 gold buckles, as MacLeod, of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada, will keep on earning more than $101.22,000 million in more careers of me in the rodeo world forever, ever and ever, as William will be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond, just making the NFR again for many years to keep on coming and be a mainstay at the NFR forever, ever and ever, as 1996 is old school for sure, and that’s why this almost looks like a real captured portrait of real-life cowboy William MacLeod, as that one probably does look like another one of my best newest and new favorite images as it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like of how I'm using a rope to catch a calf and the way I just threw the loop while riding at full speed, the colorful light-blue sky with clouds (daytime), a bit of a orange and yellow to make it look like sunset (but it is not sunset, but it is made to look like sunset, but, it's just the color of the design of a background), the writing of "CALF ROPING" in in burgundy, navy blue and green letters, as if I just wanted to make this look more like it was at all real western rodeos, just to show that it’s really for all real rodeos on top of the black, light grey, grey, brown, red and orange, a bit of the brown and light yellow of the colors with the writing of "King of the Ropers" (to make it very entertaining to show that I'm a world class and great roper, the writing of "Texas Sling" and the nice designs on top of the brown and colors of brown and other colors (just to make it look like how William MacLeod is a great cowboy and an enjoyable NFR qualifier and will make the NFR forever, ever and ever), the writing of "William MacLeod, World's Deluxe Driven Cowboy" (just to show that William is a great cowboy like Joe Beaver and Fred Whitfield), the writing of "Rodeo's Olde Tyme Deluxe Cowboy" (to show that William MacLeod is one day going to be the oldest calf roper around these days and a tough old cowboy and always will be a tough cowboy and still go around the circuit many years and more other years ahead and will still keep on placing in the money), the years that say 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 till 100th century all the way till 11th millennium and beyond till more and more present years ahead, the red writing of "Rio Bravo" on to of the white (because John Wayne is my favorite movie cowboy that I recommend of all time, and I think John Wayne could be good at calf roping) and I decided to put Rio Bravo in this painting, so people will know that I look like John Wayne and that I ought to be known as the John Wayne of calf roping and that William MacLeod is a true great legend at becoming the master or the ropes at the great art of calf roping, the white straw cowboy hat and sunglasses on William MacLeod, William in a white t-shirt with a white, blue, light-green and yellow plaid Wrangler western cowboy shirt (that has the yellow writing of "Wrangler" on top of the right pocket and on the left sleeve), the blue Wrangler jeans with brown cowboy boots, and also, the beauty of the horse, "Sierra", the colorful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf (that is a black baldy), the blue piggin' string in William's mouth, the spare pink piggin' string on William's belt on the right-hand side (but looks purple, because of the shadow on top of it), the jerk line on the left hand side of William's belt, and also, the white writing of "True Grit" on top of the red and the yellow writing of "George Jones of Rodeo" because I decided to put those in the painting, because this image of me roping the calf kind of put me in mind of why John Wayne is my favorite movie cowboy that I recommend of all time, and I think John Wayne could be good at calf roping and I decided to put True Grit in this painting, so people will know that I look like John Wayne and that I ought to be known as the John Wayne of calf roping and that William MacLeod is a true great legend at becoming  and that's why I decided to put it in the painting, because I think rodeos and fairs are kind of fun to go to and also, George Jones is also one of my favorite singers, as well, too, and totally the right one for me, as I think that's why William should be considered "George Jones of Rodeo" because I think the singer George Jones could make a great example of the songs for rodeo single steer roping and tie-down roping as Tony Reina is also my favorite calf roper to watch, rope and tie and my idol, as well, too, all because of why the painting is just about everything else as I like and how I had painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly as if just to show that this one really had taken me seven days to paint it and get it just about right as it really just looks like just another one of the best absolutely realistic images that also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of all the great hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all and just about right, as when I had really also painted this beautiful image of William MacLeod (me), this picture of me was also kind of showing how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, as this painting is almost coming at you as it just feels that there is definitely a lot of joy and a lot of action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a great portrait of William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond to more present years as a great living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, defeated and surpassed past calf ropers Billy Bob Hutto, Jerry Jetton, Tom Ferguson and of course, a cowgirl calf roper named Sue Pirtle, talks to his horse “Sierra”, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill (right there, as you see it in the image), as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image to make it more interesting for the painting, it really shows that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, as this painting also can show of how rodeoing is forever and ever both a young and old man and woman's sport as this shows that rodeo is a contest or show in which cowboys and cowgirls rope and tie calves, wrestle steers and ride wild Brahma bulls, YAHOO!

This picture was painted on Sunday, January 19th, 2014, Saturday, January 25th, 2014, Sunday, February 2nd, 2014, Saturday, March 1st, 2014, Tuesday, March 4th, 2014, Thursday, March 13th, 2014 and Saturday, March 15th, 2014,, as again, this one had to take me seven days to paint to show why it is totally such a very great beautiful image of William MacLeod and Sierra mowing the clock on the great mission to catch this calf, as that's what's great about me (William MacLeod) as a calf roper, who will still make the NFR at 99 years of age, and also after 99 years of age and even 999 years of age and more other ages ahead forever, ever and ever.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves mostly like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too and many other great different calf ropers, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever.

It’s so cool that this serene rodeo setting takes this real alive and living modern cowboy William MacLeod onto a rodeo, by using a typical roping saddle and even carrying one of the tools of the trade, a lariat for lassoing cattle, as this style of riding and roping had evolved from working ranches and cattle drives, and weekend rodeos by keeping the tradition alive and well, as I’m glad that I wanted this to be creating a rodeo-like setting that you’ve noticed that William MacLeod (I, me) has really captured in this self-portrait painting of myself roping, because
this painting will make you want to swing into the saddle and rope an adventure of how this painting will totally capture your heart, forever, ever and ever of William MacLeod, King of the Ropers and Western artist as great rodeo calf roper and painter, as again, roper William MacLeod has really again still kept on capturing the great action and skill of a great self-portrait of himself roping to be just like mostly Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too are also the best, as again, this is probably the best portrait of me roping as it is like lawn-mowing, as this painting really shows how calf roping, or tie-down roping, traces its roots to the working ranches of the Old West, as the calf roper must be a good horseman or horsewoman who is quick and accurate with a rope, as William MacLeod sure looks like he prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, right there in that painting. Also, roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.

This artwork as a painting of "Roping blooper gone wrong for William" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally and probably a watercolor painting originally painted by the artist Gary Myers from the “Rodeo Bloopers 1” DVD cover, as if Gary Myers originally painted that picture probably between either 1985 or 1986 or 1987 or 1988 or 1989 or 1990, as if it was probably done between either 1985 and 1990, as this image was generally from http://www.rodeovideo.com/rodeovideo.com2/images/products/rb_1.jpg, as if it looks almost similar to the painting, but different things are much better than Gary Myers's painting.

Because, originally the Gary Myers painting was originally on the "Rodeo Bloopers 1" DVD cover, this action packed video will have you catching and watching in awe at some all the wild and crazy bone-crunching action mishaps as cowboys try and 'wrastle' some mean and ornery animals. RODEO BLOOPERMANIA (a. k. a. RODEO WRECKS) has all the steer wrestling, calf roping and bull riding bloopers you'll need for a highly entertaining and funny experience!


The cowboy from the Gary Myers painting original originally did not have a mustache on, but, since I decided to turn this cowboy into me (William MacLeod) for the painting, I just decided to put a mustache on myself, probably just to make myself look very cool as a great rodeo calf roper, instead of a steer roper.

Also, the calf originally in the Gary Myers painting had a little bump or horns starting to grow and come out, because I also really wanted people to think that calf roping is almost like steer roping, but, calves are definitely easier to rope and I'm glad I was going in the right direction with just the calf roping and just decided to forget the single steer roping and just feel blessed to only rope just the calves that are more safer as the real true done deal, because I would like to think that the singers John Denver and George Jones would both be perfect examples to compare mostly for tie-down calf roping, all the time, as that's what real true rodeo calf roping style for me (William MacLeod) is really all about, forever, ever and ever, for people to take my advice and become me and keep me alive forever, ever and ever.


The cowboy from the Gary Myers painting original originally did not have a piggin’ string in his mouth and there probably originally might’ve been one on his belt. Also, the roper did not have a jerk line as well, too, but, since I decided to turn this cowboy into me (William MacLeod) for the painting, I just decided to make the piggin’ string fall out of my mouth and that the jerk line was just starting to come off of my belt on the left-hand side, so, those gear and tack were important for me in my painting of my roping event, which I’m good at, so I decided to think a blooper of me (William MacLeod) could go wrong in this painting, but good thing I didn’t miss the loop on that calf.

The real fun definitely had really began in 1996 (yes, there's going to be another 1996), because instead of the 1960's, going back to the real fun is really of 1996 was when the real top best fun all really began. That's when the whole real top fun of the rodeo all really began, so that meant newborn people after the years of 2050 and 2060 and also the other people in the real years of 1996-present could live in those real times of 1996 and others in the real right place, because, I could really visualize and really sense that several photographers, people who videotape with cameras for rodeo DVDs, and also, do great artwork of rodeos, as if over many years of photographing, and also, sometimes videotaping and also, painting the top great rodeo calf roping in the world, I have come to know and learn that as a professional rodeo photographer and western artist, I like to think that the real painting of me kind of shows a great reference by striving to illustrate of how this real cowboy William MacLeod really does wear real cowboy show gear, more like a real rodeo performer than a working cowpuncher or ranch cowboy, as you can really sense from this great painting of a colorful and rowdy scene of real true King of the Calf Ropers, western artist and even, rodeo rider, William MacLeod, as I think I’ve really captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond), as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like his favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers of Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horse "Sierra" and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skills, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves as a great old-time rodeo performer and also, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time, as I was just glad to decide that people will still know that the event in this painting would be happening probably indoors during the daytime (as if it could’ve been raining) or during the nightime.

While I was painting this beautiful image, I was thinking that this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope (as you’ll feel and almost taste, smell and nearly feel the dust it in this whole painting), as if this real cowboy William MacLeod is more likely in a real rodeo scene where I also decided to turn the cowboy into me and paint my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I decided to roll my sleeves up because I would be working in the rodeo in the calf roping event and prevent the sleeves from getting very dirty. I was thinking that I held only just probably at least two coils of the rope in my left hand, as if my horse "Sierra" and I didn’t break the barrier, which was kind of lucky and great. Then, right there, from looking at this painting, I like to think that I took at least two turns of two swings of my loop. Then, I like to think that after I threw my loop and stopped my horse so quickly to put the brakes on and jerk the slack of the rope in the air to loop the red and white Hereford calf, I think that I must’ve had my right foot out of the stirrup by the time I had stopped Sierra and then when Sierra had the brakes on, I like to think that I had been lifting my left foot out of the stirrup by dismounting with both feet out of the stirrups and I think that when I swung my left foot over while my right foot was out of the stirrup, my left foot must’ve accidentally slipped on the cantle of the saddle and then started to fly and fall very high in the air!!!!!! That must’ve been what probably happened to me (William MacLeod) in this painting, as if this might be why this roping blooper might’ve gone wrong for William MacLeod!!! I like to think that my mouth is opened and that I was kind of shocked and surprised as my left foot had just probably slipped on the cantle by trying to dismount with both feet out of the stirrups and then, I think that because my right foot wasn’t in the stirrups, I think I was shocked that I must’ve probably made a blunder out of myself at dismounting too quick by my left foot accidentally slipping on the cantle and just must’ve happened so quick all in a split second!!! I think when I got surprised, that was probably when my pink piggin’ string started to fall out of my mouth and it also appears like that my white straw cowboy hat is just about ready to fall off my head and the rope is in between my legs, but, it turns out my legs are probably and maybe going to get tied up.

Right there, the rope is still a tiny little bit loose around the calf’s neck in this painting, as
I also think that this red and white Hereford calf is really trying to sneak out and scamper about probably four feet aside from the horse as this calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped, as if I think this calf is probably trying to trick by not staying too close to the horse "Sierra" and I (William MacLeod) as if I think the calf might maybe run back out to the right and then I think the calf might try and get my two legs probably tied up as if I could probaly sense that this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Boy, I’ve just got to sneak and get the heck out of here from this big horse chasing after me as maybe I’ll try and outsmart those two by staying a few feet out and foil them a bit”, as if this young Hereford steer probably doesn’t even know what this roper William MacLeod is probably going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want William MacLeod to catch it, as if those calves just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Hereford calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this big horse "Sierra", as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one, as it looks like that this calf probably does not want to be tied up at all. So then, once the calf had been lassoed and caught, then, my legs were probably caught and tied up in the rope, so, I must’ve escaped my legs out of being caught in the rope and probably landed on the ground on my back and butt as I might’ve got a little bit caught and tangled up in the jerk line after I landed on the ground and fell as I like to think that Sierra must’ve backed up, after the red jerk line had pulled off my belt and then after probably laying in the dirt for probably three seconds, then, I like to think that I got up and then still had to run and get ready to flank down the Hereford calf, then I removed the pink piggin' string (that had fallen out of my mouth, during the fall from my horse), but I might’ve ended up pulling my spare blue piggin’ string from my belt on the right-hand side, incase my pink piggin’ string might’ve fallen out of my belt loop of my Wrangler jeans onto the ground, but, had the spare just in case of a plan B, so, I probably had to use my spare piggin’ string, as if I had to pull it off my belt to probably tie up three of it's legs by probably having to do a two-handed tie of two tight quick wraps and a half hitch, as if I threw my hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as if I did it in several styles of roping, as if like John Wayne in the movies like “The Cowboys” or the other 84 or 83 western movies John Wayne (the Duke) was in, as if I also let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever, as if people should be thinking that this painting could also make a great video clip for every rodeo DVD as this painting sure does really look like a great one of by noticing at looking at this painting of how another rodeo event is tie-down steer roping, where the cowhand gallops after a young steer and tries to rope it with their lasso, as if that's what's so great about this painting of "Roping blooper gone wrong for William".

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "Somewhere in Sonora", "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "A Lady Takes A Chance", "McLintock!", "The Cowboys", “Rainbow Valley”, “Big Jake” and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever again just be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, and when Joe Beaver won his second all-around world championship in 1996 and his third all-around world title in 2000, as all of them had really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers to keep on determining the fastest roper alive forever, ever and ever and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if to also show this painting of how William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is also trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably my favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers of
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show, because I wanted this to show that saddle up for a real Wild West rodeo, a place for real cowboys and cowgirls as they take you on a real frontier adventure in the real exciting world of rodeo, that you will really love! Say howdy to the national rodeo champions and learn a few tricks before headin' to the rodeo's Grand Entry. You'll learn the ropes and the rules of sheep riding. You'll learn everything about how to rope and tie a calf, and even how to throw a lasso! Yee haw! You'll learn lots of different lariat swings... You'll get a close-up look at the cowpokes brave enough to compete in calf ropin' and chute doggin'. And you'll get so close to the rodeo arena, you'll almost feel the dust kick up all around you. Cowboy up in the fun-at-the-rodeo adventure that'll make you say: SOMEDAY I WANNA BE A RODEO COWBOY!
 
I also like to think that when I was painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping, I was thinking that I had been roping probably indoors during either the daytime (as if it was raining) at one of the rodeos or open ropings, whether in the USA or Canada, as when I was painting this image, I also like to think that this painting will really show that's probably what made William MacLeod become the great rodeo calf roper and western artist, as William sure does look like a true champion, a great legend and also, a true great rodeo rider to keep on coming and be a mainstay at the NFR forever, ever and ever, as 1996 is old school for sure, and that’s why this almost looks like a real captured portrait of real-life cowboy William MacLeod in a white straw cowboy hat with a grey Wrangler Dodge Ram Rodeo Series Wrangler western cowboy shirt (that has the writings of “Wrangler” and “Ram Rodeo Series” and other white designs), the blue Wrangler jeans with the brown leather tag on the back right pocket of the jeans to show that they’re Wranger and brown leather cowboy boots, the colorful yellow and pink background with a blue and white fence, a red, white and blue flag on top of the white fence, the way William MacLeod is flying in the air after his left foot had slipped on the cantle when trying to dismount with both feet out of the stirrups, the beauty of the horse, "Sierra", the colorful red and white Hereford calf (with a little bump of horns starting to grow), the spare blue piggin' string in William's belt on the right-hand side, the pink piggin’ string falling out of William’s mouth, the red jerk line on the left hand side of William's belt, and also, as I had to take six days to paint this image very carefully and slowly, and kind of just worked very slowly

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a great portrait of William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond to more present years as a great living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, defeated and surpassed past calf ropers Billy Bob Hutto, Jerry Jetton, Tom Ferguson and of course, a cowgirl calf roper named Sue Pirtle, talks to his horse “Sierra”, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill (right there, as you see it in the image), as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

This picture was painted on Saturday, April 19th, 2014, Sunday, April 20th, 2014, Sunday, May 11th, 2014, Friday, May 23rd, 2014, Sunday, May 25th, 2014 and Monday, June 2nd, 2014, as again, this one had to definitely take me six days to paint to show why it is totally such a very great beautiful image of William MacLeod in a roping blooper as William MacLeod can still also keep on being known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), John Wayne (the Duke), Will Rogers, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.


This artwork as a painting of "Angus cow and Angus bull proud" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod. Originally, the painting of the Angus cow was originally with a diary Jersey cow that was originally illustrated by Christopher Forsey or Hayward Art Group company or N. E. Middleton Ltd company from a book called "Farm Animals" by author Angela Hart (that was originally published back in 1982).

Also, the painting of the Aberdeen-Angus bull was originally illustrated by McRae Books, Italy company or or Susanna Addario ot Alessandro Baldanzi or D'Ottavi or Paola Ravaglia or Roberto Simmone from two books called "Fact Or Fiction: Cowboys" by author Stewart Ross (that was originally published back in 1995) and "Cowboys" by author Jim Pipe (that was originally also published between 2009 and 2010).

I photocopied the Angus cow from the Farm Animals book and decided to get rid of the Jersey cow and also, paste the photocopied Angus bull from the "Fact Or Fiction: Cowboys" book and I decided to do a great portrait of the Aberdeen-Angus cattle, because from looking at this painting of the two in one, I really wanted it to show Angus cattle is one of the most popular cattle breeds in the United States and originated from Aberdeen, Scotland, where the climate there is not all that friendly to many breeds of cattle. Angus are typically hardy, adaptable, generally good natured and resistant to harsh weather. Black Angus, also called Aberdeen Angus, is a cattle breed that was originally bred in Eastern Scotland. Today, the Angus beef is popular worldwide for its excellent meat quality. Angus cattle are hornless and have, as the name says, a black coat. In the U.S. Black Angus is one of the most common breeds of cattle, not least because of their rapid growth and their ease of attitude. So the animals are regarded as extremely good-natured and peaceful. Even full-grown bulls are seldom aggressive.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that before and after going to a rodeo, whether those Angus were from the calf roping event or the bull riding event, but, some Angus crossed with Brahmans are called "Brangus" and Brangus could definitely be great for bull riding, too.

It also goes to show by looking at this painting is the stocky black cow and black bull are both Aberdeen Angus, a typical beef breed as that's why I decided to call this painting "Angus cow and Angus bull proud", because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and great distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done for the white background.

I really wanted people to think that these two Angus are probably one of the best new thrilling images to look at, along with Herefords forever and ever as cowboys and cowgirls can still lasso and tie up Angus cattle, as I do believe that Angus cattle can still forever and ever be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo event of tie-down roping, as well, too!

I painted this image very carefully and slowly and kind of took only two days to paint it in the real highlight details of what the colorful white background really looks like and why it's so beautiful in this painting and also, what the beautiful black Angus cattle really look like, the colorful detailed highlights and details of the way the grass really stands out just about right, the black writing of "Aberdeen-Angus cattle" on the white just to show that this is the breed of beef cattle and also, the black signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the white along with everything else just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with these Angus cattle, as if just to show is that the most popular breeds from England to replace the Longhorn were the Hereford, a red cow with a white face, and the Aberdeen Angus, and that the Aberdeen Angus and Hereford were brought from England to replace the Longhorn, and also, today is still that all of your heroes have still always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

It just really shows that this painting definitely shows a lot of color and colorful black cattle and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This was painted on Saturday, June 21st, 2014 and Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 and this is just a very great beautiful great image of two pretty colorful Angus cattle as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life to show that roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great portrait of the black Aberdeen Angus cattle.

This artwork as a painting of "Hereford/Aberdeen Angus cross bull" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod. Originally, the painting of the Hereford was originally black and white that was a Hereford/Aberdeen Angus crossbreed that was originally illustrated by Christopher Forsey or Hayward Art Group company or N. E. Middleton Ltd company from a book called "Farm Animals" by author Angela Hart (that was originally published back in 1982).

I photocopied the Hereford/Aberdeen Angus bull from the Farm Animals book and I decided to do a great portrait of the Hereford/Aberdeen Angus bull (that is a. k. a. Black Baldy).

Herefords are normally red and white, but, sometimes, the calf’s dad would be all black of an Aberdeen Angus and also the calf’s mom would be all red and white of a Hereford bull, and also because from looking at this great painting, I like and want people to think that it shows that this bull is a mix of Hereford and Aberdeen angus breeds, and that’s what is so great at why they cross Herefords with Angus because it’s to probably make the breed a little more popular and to get more tasty and quality meat from them, as well, too and that is what’s great about around the world and this painting can also show that the Hereford, like many other famous breeds, originated in Britain, where, 200 years ago, farmers began to crossbreed systematically to create new breeds that would give more meat and that these breeds are now farmed worldwide – Herefords are farmed in 50 countries. Right there, in this painting, you can notice that this bull is a Hereford/Aberdeen angus cross, but no less trouble for it, as that’s what I really like about this colourful painting of a great black Hereford bull.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that before and after going to a rodeo, whether this breed of Hereford/Aberdeen Angus is used for the calf roping event or maybe the steer wrestling event (if it had horns) or  the bull riding event, but, some Angus and Hereford could maybe be crossed with Brahman and could definitely be great for bull riding, too, because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and great distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done, as if
t also goes to show by looking at this painting is that the Hereford is a common beef breed in the USA, Britain, Canada, South America and Australia.

I painted this image very carefully and lots of great time and took only three days to paint it in the real highlight details of what the colourful light purple and light plum grape purple background that just really looks like and why it's so beautiful in this painting and also, what the beautiful black Hereford/Angus cross cattle really look like as Black Baldies, the writing of Hereford on the red and white (just to show the Herefords are usually red and white) as I like of how the white writing of “Here” is on top of the red and also, how the red writing of “ford” is on top of the white to show that’s what is great about Hereford cattle, and also, the black writing of "Aberdeen-Angus cattle" on the white just to show that this is the breed of beef cattle and also, that’s what I think is great about why Herefords are crossed with Angus and that’s what’s great about this colourful painting of the bull along with the white writing of “cross bull” on top of the light plum and light purple and light grape background and also everything else just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with this beautiful black and white bull, and also, today is still that all of your heroes have still always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

 This was painted on Thursday, July 3rd, 2014, Saturday, July 19th, 2014 and also, on Saturday, August 9th, 2014 and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a Hereford/Aberdeen Angus cross buss, as if this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever as roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great portrait of the Hereford/Aberdeen Angus cross bull.

This artwork as a painting of "Sarah, the sweetheart Hereford cow and her calf" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil sketch artwork drawing probably drawn by one of the artists from the “Yipee: Real Cowboys To Color" coloring book (the coloring book that was published in and around between 1956 and 1962 by the Merrill Company Publishers).

I photocopied this pencil sketch drawing from the coloring book and I decided to do a great portrait of "Sarah", the loving mother Hereford cow and her calf, because it shows how Sarah looks to be a pretty sweetheart, as if and of course, it looks like Sierra loves her calf very much.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows I just decided to paint this colorful and beautiful red and white Hereford cow and calf, because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that Sarah should be the mother cow and from looking at this painting seems to be is how sweet is this little ensemble right there as it looks like Sarah is a sweetheart and looks like Sarah and her Hereford calf love each other so much, so it looks like that there is so much color, warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Sierra can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course Sarah is totally a sweetheart and totally loves her calf very much and that I just like to think that this Hereford calf in this painting probably likes to still stay close to his mom "Sarah", because Sarah must be a sweetheart and I think she just loves her calf very much, and I could probably still sense that sometimes when young calves can get tired, as if just like little children, I think that the young calves still need their rest all of the time and still like to cuddle with their mom, and that's when it's like, "Awww...what a sweet hug!"

I really wanted people to think that this Hereford cow and calf is probably one of the best thrilling images to look at as cowboys and cowgirls can lasso and tie up Hereford cattle, as I do believe that Hereford cattle can be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo event tie-down roping event and also still sometimes for steer wrestling, as well, too!

This was painted between the spring and summer of 2015 and I took either four or five days to paint this one, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Hereford cow and calf as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever as roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great portrait of the Hereford cow and calf.

This artwork as a painting of "William and Wyatt" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as those two were originally paintings by Joan Thompson from the book “Cowboys" (a book that was published in and around 1971 by the MacDonald First Library).

I photocopied those two paintings and I decided to do a great portrait of William MacLeod and Wyatt Earp.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows that Wyatt Earp was a famous lawman and William MacLeod was a famous rodeo tie-down roper, painter and musician, so I decided to do a portrait of myself with the rope (as if to look like Will Rogers) as if to show a great painting of me and Wyatt Earp, as if to show what was famous about cowboys.

While I was painting this image, this painting shows that there were many other events at a rodeo including steer wrestling and bull riding, as there were also riding contests and games with lassos, as from looking at this painting, this goes to show that some and many cowboys and cowgirls are very good at spinning their lassos, as while I was painting a portrait of myself holding a blue kid's junior polyester lasso (about 23 feet), I decided that this was a portrait of me as a great cowboy.

When I was painting this image of me holding the blue rope, I like to think that when I also painted this image, I was also thinking of a movie called "The Story of Will Rogers" (starring Will Rogers, Jr. as his father, released in 1952) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the scene of the small stuffed calf (on wheels), used by Will Rogers to practice his roping tricks, as if for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as if I would like to think that William MacLeod, the calf roper ropes and ties up calves, as if to be in great shape to be roping and tying calves just like calf ropers Will Rogers, Will Rogers, Jr.
, John Wayne (the duke), Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horse "Sierra" and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skills, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves as a great old-time rodeo performer and also, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time.

From looking at this painting, I like to think that I am holding a blue rope by practicing for the rodeo and am preparing to get ready to lasso and tie up calves. So, I like to think that I take seven swings of the rope to swing and throw it out to catch the dummy calf's head, as if to practice my calf roping skills, and also, by proving that he's got more cowboy blood in himself, than Billy the kid, as if William has a reputation as the most notorious cowboy since Billy the Kid, and this cowboy William has been known as Squirrel the kid and can move just like a squirrel sometimes by running down to cattle.

You'll probably just be thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "Riders of Destiny", "Chisum" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in and also, Will Rogers, Jr. in "The Story of Will Rogers" as if William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping.

This was painted between the summer and fall of 2015 and I took either seven or eight days to paint this one, and this is just a very great beautiful great image.

Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great portraits of Wyatt Earp and William MacLeod (himself) as this is probably just realistic.

This artwork as a painting of "Black Beauty Reunited and Home At Last”, as this was originally a pencil drawing of Black Beauty as if it was originally this drawing that was done by probably the artist John Green from a Black Beauty coloring book in 1996.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Black Beauty coloring book and decided to make it more like a real one of the real way of how I really decided to change the colors and made them different and then paint it as if I wanted to truly decide to say is that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting.

I just decided to paint this colorful and beautiful black American Quarter horse and colt, because I really like cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it shows that Black Beauty has now lived in this happy place a whole year and that Joe Green (who is the right one for William MacLeod) is the best and kindest of rodeo cowboy grooms, as Black Beauty's work is easy and pleasant and can feel all of his strength and spirits all coming back again, as that's what you probably notice in this painting, right there. Mr. Thoroughgood says to Joe the other day: "In your place he will last till he is twenty years old—perhaps more"

This painting can show that also, Willie always speaks to Black Beauty when he can, and treats him as his special friend. Black Beauty's ladies have promised that he shall never be sold, and so he has nothing to fear; and here his story ends. Beauty's troubles are all over, and he is at home; and often before he is quite awake, he fancies he is still in the orchard at Birtwick Park, standing with his old friends under the apple trees.

This almost looks like how it almost looks realistic as it almost looks like of how I painted this image very, very carefully and a lot slowly and kind of just worked very slowly, skillfully and carefully by just of what I like about the picture is of the great highlights of the fluffy white clouds, the colorful trees and grass, the colorful houses in the background, the white fence and maybe almost probably just about everything else as I really painted this image kind of a little bit very, very carefully and slowly as if this painting was painted on between November 2015, some in April of 2016 and some in May of 2016 and some in June of 2016, as this is just a very beautiful great one probably of again as this is likely feeling more of the real magic of more of real Black Beauty’s good luck at last, again, as I knew that this would just make it one of the great best paintings of the colorful realistic colors as one of the best beautiful art's ever and I still just knew is that this would just make it one of the great best paintings of the colorful realistic colors as one of the best beautiful art's ever of Black Beauty, again.

I also like to really probably think that some of the painting looks a lot and kind of reminds you a little tiny bit of the movie "Australia" starring Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman, because of the colorful horse and everything with the colors in this best image, I ever did, as that one is my favorite, forever and ever, as well, too, just to feel proud to love this horse, this BLACK BEAUTY!!! :) :) :)

This is a perfect beautiful black American Quarter horse, just still perfectly for the rodeo event calf roping and also probably sometimes for steer wrestling and also the white foot on the back hind left, as if to show that this is the real correct "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, of a real horse in 19th century England, which is the real true done deal forever and ever, and that he can still be used from England all over the USA and Canada for the three timed rodeo events sometimes, as this whole picture is very similar and almost identical to the 1994 film movie of “Black Beauty” starring Sean Bean and also distributed by Warner Brothers Family Entertainment, as the Quarter horse was the star of the film, all because of this real Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, forever and ever AND FEEL MORE OF THE REAL MAGIC OF BLACK BEAUTY, as of the real TRUE "modern times" Black Beauty, we all really like in the right correct place, as if to only see both of his white feet on the back hind right and the back hind left and also sometime for just by itself, it's white foot on the back hind left, as those are the real Black Beauty we all must love in the real true done deal and right place, forever, ever and ever, AMEN!

This artwork as a painting of "Willie R.'s deluxe calf rope trick" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a calf roper looping a calf, as it was originally a pencil artwork drawn by probably one of the artists from the “Authentic Rodeo Events Coloring Book” (the coloring book that was published by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association probably between the late 1970’s and early 1980’s by Cole & Cole Publications).

I photocopied this illustration and really had decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done and also, I really like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that it looks like that there is so much color and great unique distinctive style in this great painting I had ever done of a calf roper.

I decided to call this painting "Willie R.'s deluxe calf rope trick" because this is one of the best favorite paintings I had ever done of calf roping by putting it outdoors during the daytime and because I like to think that when I also painted this image, I was also thinking of a movie called "The Story of Will Rogers" (starring Will Rogers, Jr. as his father, released in 1952) as if this painting looks like it's really sh
owing my prowess of battling it out with more of my greatest deluxe rope tricks as William MacLeod (I, me) is still indeed the great TRUE GRIT style of the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping, the King of the ropers and western artist to live and be alive forever after the 100th century, and will still be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond, as still you can kind of sense that this young man still has a very bright future ahead and will be on every video clip for every rodeo DVD and also dominating the world of rodeo onto DVD videos and will still be doing great of 99 years of age and more others ahead, because rodeos are all the perfect home of John Wayne's 84 great western movies, and other great movies of rodeo that go great with John Wayne and that's why it's always been CANADA'S MR. RODEO, MR. William MacLeod (a tie-down and single steer roper).

The cowboy from the coloring book didn't have a spare piggin' string on his belt, so I decided to put it on the cowboy William MacLeod in the painting, as this shows that anyone must keep on considering William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world from 1996-present and be around and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as William must look like a true roping superstar from Canada, and a real cowboy from the fun years forever and ever of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more real present rodeo seasons, this past, present, future rodeo champion has totally been addicted to calf-roping ever since William MacLeod gave it a try by watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in July of 1994, and then more likely when the real top best fun began since January 1st, 1996, as I probably could figure it out that god must've given William MacLeod the real right talent to rope and tie to become tie-down calf ropers Will Rogers, Will Rogers, Jr. John Wayne (the duke),
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!", "The Cowboys" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Joe Beaver won his second world championship in the all-around in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties up calves just like his favorite calf ropers Will Rogers, Will Rogers, Jr. John Wayne (the duke), Joe Beaver, Jerry Jetton, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones, George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too!!! :) :) :).

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that calf roping can be traced back to the Wild West and this painting really also shows that another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping, as when I was painting this image, I felt like I was the right cowboy for this painting "Willie R.'s deluxe calf rope trick". While I was painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping, I was thinking that I definitely had held onto two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and after I nodded for the Hereford calf when I gave the calf the correct head start and was lucky that my horse "Kelly" and I didn't break the barrier, as I galloped on my horse, as if I got ready to twirl my loop to get it ready and swung, turned and twirled it for at least probably two turns of two swings around my head. Then after the two turns of two swings, I would then release the two coils from my hand and grab the slack with my right hand as I was getting ready for my loop to land over the calf's head. Then, right there in the picture, I think it's a great image of me roping off my horse "Kelly" and that right there, I am just about to kind of make a quick flip to loop that fleeing Hereford calf. Right there, in this image, when I also probably painted this image very carefully and slowly for three days to get it right, I also think that this Hereford calf is really trying to sneak out to run its fastest to avoid being roped, as if I could probably sense that this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Boy, I’ve just got to get the heck out of here away from this big horse following and chasing after me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free, and I hope I don't get caught”, as if this Hereford calf probably doesn’t even know what the roper William MacLeod is probably going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want William MacLeod to catch it, as if those calves just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Hereford calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this big horse "Kelly", as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one, as it looks like that this calf probably does not want to be tied up at all. So right there, in the painting, my horse Kelly has slowed and readied for an instant stop to stop dead by putting the brakes on, and then I would shoot my slack back to loop the calf and then afterwards, I would then lift my left foot out of the stirrup and then I would be dismounting down from the saddle of Kelly. Then, I ran down to the Hereford calf and then I flanked it down. Then I strung the calf's front leg after I removed the blue piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string, as if it was very great good speed tying as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying.

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at an outdoor arena during the daytime, as it was a daytime event during the day, as there are some shadows on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors as this really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly for three days as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real dust and dirt look like in this whole picture, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the pink nose on the Hereford calf, William MacLeod (I, me) in a purple Wrangler western cowboy shirt with a brown leather vest on, sunglasses, stonewash-blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Kelly”, the way of my tension looping the calf, the colorful white fence with some blue and red, the spare blue piggin’ string on my belt, the brown leather cowboy boots with the spurs, the black felt cowboy hat, everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if right there in the picture, another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping.

This was painted on Thursday, August 18th, 2016, Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 and Wednesday, August 24th, 2016, and this is just another masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever as if his is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and calf) as if this beautiful image by artist William MacLeod (I, me) is the way the colors bold and vivid and the style is unique.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing a self-portrait of himself calf roping in the rodeos or in the practice pen.


This artwork as a painting of This artwork as a painting of "Rose - Family Rosaceae” by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an arwork painting illustration as this was originally probably illustrated by artists of Susanna Addario or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Kenn Backhaus or Cy Baker or Alistair Barnard or Julian Baum or Andrew Beckett or Richard Bonson or Stuart Bowey or Anne Bowman or John Bull or Peter Bull Art Studio or Danny Burke or Martin Camm or Dan Cole or Leslye Cole or Sam and Amy Collins or Tom Connell or Marcus Cremonese or Marjorie Crosby-Faorall or Barry Croucher or Claire Davies or Fiammatte Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Levent Efe or Simone End or Christer Eriksson or Alan Ewart or Nick Farmer or Rod Ferring or Cecelia Fitzsimons or Giuliano Fornari or Chris Forsey or Lloyd Foye or John Francis/Bernard Thornton or Jon Gittoes or Mike Gorman or Ray Grinaway or Terry Hadler or Langdon G. Hall or Gino Halser or Lorraine Hannay or David A. Hardy or Tim Hayward or Phil Hood or Adam Hook/Bernard Thornton Artists UK or Christa Hook or Richard Hook or Robert Hynes or or Mark Iley or Ian Jackson or Gillian Jenkins or Janet Jones or Steve Kirk or David Kirshner or Frank Knight or Mark Lamble or Alex Lavroff or Connell Lee or John Mac or David Mackay or Iain McKellar or James MacKinnon or Martin Macrae or Stuart McVicar or Robert Mancini or David Matthews or Peter Mennim or Siri Mills or David Moore or Colin Newman or Kevin O'Donnell or Nicola Oram or Matthew Ottley or Darren Pattenden or Jane Pickering or Marilyn Pride or Tony Pyrzakowski or Oliver Rennert or Luis Rey or John Richards or Edwinna Riddell or Steve Roberts or Trevor Ruth or Claudia Saraceni or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Stephen Seymour or Christine Shafner or Nick Shewring or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or R. Spencer Phippen or Kevin Stead or Roger Stewart or Irene Still or Roger Swainston or Kate Sweeney or Sharif Taraby or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Jane Walkins or Genevieve Wallace or Ross Watton or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Steve Weston or Laurie Whiddon or Simon Williams or Ann Winterbotham or David Wood or David Wun, or Sarah Plant at Puddingbrun Editorial Services or Andrew Davies at Creative Communications or Brendan Cotter or Helen Flint or Grace Newell or Guy Throughton, or Susanna Addario or Art Studio or Mike Atkinson or Paul Bachem or Alistair Barnard or Priscilla Barret or Jane Beatson or Sally Beech or Andre Boos or Anne Bowman or Peter Bull or Martin Camm or Stuart Carter or D. Cole or or Marjorie Crosby-Fairall or B. Croucher or Marc Dando or Peter David or Fiammetta Dogi or Sandra Doyle or Gerald Driessen or Simone End or Christer Erikson or Alan Ewart or Lloyd Foye or John Francis or Peg Thornton Artists UK or Dr. Stephen Hutchinson or Robert Hynes or Ian Jackson or Janet Jones or Roger Kent or David Kirkshner or Frank Knight or Angela Lober or Frits Jan Maas or John Mac or David MacKay or Martin Macrae or Mob Mancini or Karel Mauer or Iain McKellar or James McKinnon or David Moore or Robert Morton or Colin Newman or Ken Oliver or Erik van Ommen or Nicola Oram or Photodisc or Maurice Pledger or Tony Pryzakowski or Oliver Rennert or John Richards or Edwina Riddell or Steve Roberts or Barbara Rodanska or TrevorRuth or Claudia Saraceni or R. T. Sauey or Michael Saunders or Peter Schouten or Peter Scott or Rod Scott or Chris Shields or Ray Sim or Marco Sparaciari or Chris Stead or Kevin Stead or Mark Stewart or Stockbyte or Roger Swainston or Steve Trevaskis or Thomas Trojer or Guy Throughton or Chris Turnbull or Glen Vause or Genevieve Wallace or Trevor Weekes or Rod Westblade or Ann Winterbotham or probably some other artist or one of the artists from books called “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary” (the book that was published in and around between 2003, 2004 and 2011 by the publishing companies of Welden Owen, Beckett Books and Metro Books) and "Visual Dictionary" (the book that was published around 2003 by the publishing company of Welden Owen).

I photocopied this illustration of the "Rose - Family Rosaceae” from the “Encyclopedia of Discovery Visual Dictionary”.

I really painted this image for three days on Tuesday, October 4th, 2016, Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 and Tuesday, October 25th, 2016.

Here's of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful lavender background really looks like and why it's so beautiful in this painting, the black writing of "ROSE Family Rosaceae" on the lavender background and also the other colors of the flowers, rose and the green of the flowers and rose, as this is just a very great beautiful great image, as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life.

I think it's no wonder about all the great highlights that I had really put into this whole picture and it almost nearly stands out as you can almost touch the rose - family rosaceae, as they're just the so beautiful and the pink, pink and red and white colors as that's why I took three days to paint it, just to try and make it come out beautifully and just about right.

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod — the rodeo calf roper, painter, guitar player and singer" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy named Dale Smith of Arivaca, Arizona — President of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association — a top calf roper and single steer roping hand, as it was originally a pencil artwork drawn by probably one of the artists from the “Authentic Rodeo Events Coloring Book” (the coloring book that was published by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association probably between the late 1970’s and early 1980’s by Cole & Cole Publications).

I photocopied this drawing from the coloring book and I decided to do a great self portrait of William MacLeod of Antigonish, Nova Scotia in Canada — The most versatile All-Around Cowboy that ever lived — a top rodeo calf roper, painter, guitar player and singer, as if this painting really shows that William MacLeod was a famous rodeo tie-down roper
, painter and musician, so I decided to do a portrait of myself, as if to show that William MacLeod was one day a world titlist in different years, year in and year out, the best calf roper of every other different decades.

I decided that this was a portrait of me as a great cowboy.

When I was painting this image of me, I like to think that when I also painted this image, I was to be just like calf ropers Will Rogers, Will Rogers, Jr., John Wayne (the duke and actor), Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones, the singer George Strait, Conway Twitty, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, talks to his horses "Sierra", "Bob Dale" and still prides himself on his tie-down roping skills, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves as a great old-time rodeo performer and also, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world.

This was painted between the November of 2016 and January of 2017 and I took probably three days to paint this one, and this is just a very great beautiful great image.

Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great self-portraits of William MacLeod (himself).