Monday, November 23, 2009

Horse

 
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This horse lives a few houses up the road from my daughter's house with a couple of other horses and a pony who were too shy to make it into the picture. I'm sure Darla will recognize this beautiful animal!

17 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Oh, Lois - quit horsin' around!

B SQUARED said...

Looks like something Dale Rogers would have rode.

Halcyon said...

He looks very proud to be in your photo.

Steffe said...

I agree with everyone else.

Tricia said...

Beautiful, indeed! What a looker

Rob and Mandy said...

I seem to have a theme for this evening... After saddles in Tamarindo, a horsey in Brattleboro, a very nice looking pony! Is that what they call a palomino?

Cezar and Léia said...

This horse is really beautiful!
Your picture is great, I think he is looking at you!
Léia

Julie said...

Gorgeous markings, Lois captured in wonderful light. There is that tell-tale tracking along the fence-line. I love the smell of horses.

Frank said...

He doesn't seem to mind the celebrity treatment one bit. Just look at that stare he's giving you.

Is it getting chilly up your way? Friday will be br-r-r-r-r cold I bet.

Bergson said...

he is happy to see him on Tallahassee DAILY Photo ;-)

Jacob said...

An equine of inestimable beauty. Great photo, Lois!

JM said...

What a great pattern! Really cute horse.

Darla said...

Yes, I know this horse and all of the other horses in this neighborhood quite well. They take them back and forth between several yards...such a pretty horse, this one!

Lois said...

I know they take them back and forth because I've had to dodge some of their droppings when I drive down that road! My grandson thinks it's pretty hilarious.

Don and Krise said...

What a ham. It looks like he's striking a pose for you.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Oh hello horse. Such an unusual spotty design for a horse. I have a best friend who lives in the south whose name is Precious. Maybe the two of you will meet one day. Gorgeous horse you are!

Lisa Wilson said...

I bet your grandson loves seeing him near the fence!

Have a great Thanksgiving!