Thursday, February 10, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday...a Trifecta










36 comments:

  1. Love horses! We have them on both sides here at The Glen. THIS ONE is SO unique..is he/she yours? LOVE THEM!

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  2. Jill - This is not my horse. I spooted him (her?) while driving on a tiny, tiny country road on a quest to pick up my daughter at a sleepover. The horse is a beauty, even though he was soaked with rain!

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  3. Beautiful horse and photos. Isn't it fun to see something cool like that and actually have your camera to capture it?

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  4. What a beautiful horse. I used to love taking pictures of our neighbors horse in Illinois.

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  5. I miss having horses. I grew up riding and I don't think my kids have ridden a horse more than five times in their lives.

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  6. I like both the photos and the editing. And I want to pet those noses.

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  7. What a beauty. I just love photos of horses too. The first shot is my favorite. Have a good day!

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  8. Great pictures! I love the last one for the eyes of a horse tell much about his spirit. Our horses are dreaming of green pastures and young ladies on their backs to play and train.

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  9. Oh my word! What stunning photos. Is it a state secret, or can you reveal something of what you do to the photos to get them looking like that. They're stunning. Or where should I go to learn....?

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  10. Beautiful (as usual!)...love the "sound" of these.

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  11. Oh, What a stunning horse!
    Is he/she your horse?

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  12. Beautiful pictures of a beautiful animal sweetie!

    Thanks for sharin' him with us.

    God bless ya and have a fantastic day sweetie!!!

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  13. It was feeling frisky even though it was wet and probably wanting some company - or food - or attention... :)

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  14. beautiful horse, I did a post yesterday on my carousel horse collection..... wish I had a real horse though. very nice pictures...have a great day!

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  15. Can't go wrong with these types of photos. Just beautiful. :)

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  16. Nice pics. These were take pre-snow and 3 degrees, right? We watched "Red" a few nights ago. I thought it was a pretty good movie. From what we've been told of the condition of roads throughout our county we'll be out again tomorrow. Of course, today is the last of our built-in days, so from here on out we'll be making them up. Luckily, next week should bring warmer temps. Stay warm 'til then.

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  17. great photographs !!!

    thanks for wishing Teddy a happy birthday..always good to see you, my friend

    kary and teddy
    xxx

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  18. A wonderful subject that obviously it is hard to find around here. A great set of portraits.

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  19. I think you should publish a book of thoughtless Thursday photos...I look forward to your photos every week!!

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  20. Your photos are wonderful. I agree you should publish a book. I love the house on your header.

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  21. Texwisgirl - I do think he was wanting some attention. He ventured over to the fence as soon as I stopped the truck.

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  22. I love what you find when exploring on country roads. Beautiful horse!

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  23. Farmchick -- Your lovely horse? Great new header! -- barbara

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  24. Beautiful horse! He gave you a cute "are you looking at me" gaze in one photo :)

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  25. Great shots !

    Looks like all your snow is gone (?) Spring can't be far behind !

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  26. Beautiful horses. I love horses nearly as much as I like dogs and beautiful women. At my age and condition, however, I just admire horses 'cause I can't ride 'em and as for beautiful women I can look and that's all my license is good for. Just 'cause my license for those activities were forfeited 55 years ago when I picked out Patty. I would love to get another dog and probably will, but this big black cat that my daughter and our granddaughter moved back in with, has turned out to be my best animal friend in spite of his biting me the first day we met. I just realized this morning that you live in neighboring Kentucky. Shazam! Are you a "Hillbilly?" Or a "Ridgerunner?"

    I looked it up on the urban dictionary...
    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Ridge%20Runner

    My great granddad used to get his whiskey from a ridge runner that lived way up in the hills, where even the sheriff wouldn't go in West Virginia. But they got him and sent him to prison and that messed up his family. My mom said it was hard times after grandpa went to prison.

    I offer not to offend you if you are either or consider yourself neither. I love hillbillies, ridgerunners and moonshiners.

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  27. Oh my! Beautiful just doesn't do these lovelies justice....

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  28. OMGosh i LOVE this post! I love horses and i love the comp and process you chose. Fantastic! Like the new header too.

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  29. These are GORGEOUS shot Farmchick. You have such an eye--I never see a photo of yours that doesn’t evoke emotion. I love it :)

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  30. Excellent blog with fantastic photos. Love horses and all animals. Wishing you a perfect and beautiful life.

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