Thursday, January 14, 2010


I lost it in the picture taking department and came in with 110 shots by 9:45am. Figured some of them better go on this morning or it will take me forever later.

It was dramatic outside....

and inside....

Hard to resist.

I decided to take the horses blankets off, even if it is only for awhile...they needed some good rolling time and I could really check them out.

They were very happy....

When Berlin finally left the hay, she found the roll spot and did her thing.

It has to feel so good not to have that blanket on.

They were in and out of two pastures, the paddock and the outdoor arena.

As usual, Dream was modeling for Barb and Tina.

Winnie went for the big roll.

It's not too often that I get all six horses in one shot.

Exit Phoebe and Gucci. They have a little spot near the water trough where they go in and out.

I'm sure there will be much more what if everything is out of order.

Be prepared for this video...I was having a great time shooting it when the horses decided to come back into the front paddock...of course I forgot the camera was on when I got out of the way. They are really feeling their cheerios.


Esther Garvi said...

Wow! The horses look SO good against the snow! LOVE the landscape! I'd visit if I could...! :-D

Maery Rose said...

Wonderful photos! Gotta love the sunlight.

Anonymous said...

Syunning images of the sunrise and I'm in awe of that beautiful window pohotograph too!

thecrazysheeplady said...

I was able to pull blankets off this morning too. Fun post. Loved the video!

Achieve1dream said...

Great pictures and the video was so cool!! I love watching horses playing around and burning off energy.

Unknown said...

Love those horsies playing in the snow! The shadow shots are really cool.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Wow! Love these photos! The morning light is like a golden embrace! And those horses romping in the snow are a joy to see!

Megan, Life Revamped said...

horses playing in the snow!
ohh, to touch them!

have a great weekend!
Come watch the sky with me!
Happy Weekend ahead!


B : ) said...

thank God for digital cameras, huh? Can you imagine taking over 100 pictures in a short time if you had to buy the film and have it developed. What a great "development"! Wonderful pix.