Nice! A YSL for this one.
Thanks JF! These two horses grew up together until Cowboy got sold last year. They were just getting reacquainted.
Nice capture - nice effect with the focus on the horses,
Thanks tery! I have been trying to get some action pictures with the horses but they just moved them out of our pasture. The grass needs time to grow. (I have been watching that too. :))
Nice one, Margot. i like the sunlight at the end of the day, as shown here.
Thanks Norrel! It is fun to watch them arriving for dinner. They have their own body clock.
Good to have you back here!
Thank you. We will see how long I last. 10 photo notices come in and suddenly I am overwhelmed. So far so good. :))
Lovely picture dear Margot!!! Really .... but hey, everybody is waiting for spring, and you keep loading up the most amazing pictures from the deepest winter???
Spring greetings from Germany ~ Maja
I agree with beegood, what´s the matter with your camera?
Greetings from Germany,
Hi Maja. This was taken in January when Cowboy was new on the scene. I can tell you that I wish we had some of that white stuff right now as it is very dry here. We need grass for the horses. :(
I haven't taken any pictures I like recently but will get out there soon. Klaus I don't know. I keep getting all this white fluffy stuff!! :))
Hi Eliton! Thank you for your very nice comment. I am pleased you like it.
Very nice shot ！！！ Like
Thanks you for sharing ！！！
Best greetings from China ！行者无路
行者无路 Thank you for your lovely comments. I am pleased that you like it. Greetings from Colorado, Margot
Hi Margot, beautiful winter shot. Like.
Beautiful place and very nice shot! LIKE-8! Greetings from Ukraine! Yuri.
Thank you Laurel and Yuri for your nice comments and likes!
Wonderful pic! The light is great and I also Like the colours!
Thank you polytropos! The Palomino was my housemates Christmas present. Those two horses used to live together and were just getting used to each other again. It was fun to watch.
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