Hango Agricultural College, 'Ohonua, 'Eua, Tonga

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Comments (11)

Palmina Moore on July 7, 2008

Lovely mixture of the palms and the other trees, not to mention the horse.


Ian Stehbens on July 7, 2008

Normally I would stop to take a photo of a tethered pony, but because of the demonstrated interest of a number of our Panoramio friends in horses, I did. Appreciate your comment, Palmina.

Warmest wishes,


Rafal Ociepka on July 7, 2008

Lovely shot, Ian, beautiful horse. You have to buy a polarizing filter, then the sky will be more blue :-)

Greetings from summer Poland

Ian Stehbens on July 8, 2008

Thanks for the comment, Rafal. She was a very placid mare, and used to being ridden by lots of different students at the college.

I would love to have a polarizing filter. I had one on my old SLR camera. So I will be looking to get one, again.

However, it wouldn't have helped me with this photo for it was quite windy and raining at the time, so needless to say, it was heavily overcast. There were other days that were much better and the filter would have been great.



EVA_L on July 8, 2008

Romantic image, dear Yan!But why this horse is alone?

Best wishes. Eva

Ian Stehbens on July 8, 2008

My dear Eva,

She is just waiting for you to befriend her, and then she will take you for a gentle ride around the Agricultural College and among the coconut plantations. It won't be a wild Kozaki ride but a gentle ride befitting a gracious princess on a mild animal.

It seems that they have only one horse on this school farm, but I guess she is alone for you haven't come to ride her yet.

With kind thoughts,


José Carlos Farina on July 22, 2008


Ian Stehbens on July 22, 2008

Thank you José. I guess you like horses, too.


Sione Holika Lama on April 28, 2009


©IR Stehbens on November 30, 2009

Thankyou, Sione. Is that the Hango College motto?


©IR Stehbens on November 30, 2009

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