Why is any cow, red, black or white, always in just the right place for a picture in any landscape? Like a cypress tree in Italy, she is never wrongly placed. Her outlines quiet down so well into whatever contours surround her. A group of her in the landscape is enchantment.
— Frank Lloyd Wright, from his autobiography
The guides at Taliesin will tell you that Wright strongly preferred buff-colored and brown cows to black and white ones.