WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Panache is gorgeous!!And so is the first sunrise picture. Wow!First picture definitely fits the challenge. Very emotional.
the first shot is overwhelming to say the least
Such beautiful pictures, such warm, wonderful, raw, heartwrenching emotions. Thanks. B : )
The first photo is beautiful, so sad, but beautiful.....
Lovely photos - the first one is just so sad.
Well done, ya definatly ran the spectrum of emotions and moods..:-)
Lori,Love the picture of John about to give Duncan a big kiss. Wish I had a picture of John kissing Sunshine. He used to do it almost everytime he visited. He never knew how sweet it was, and how much I enjoyed seeing it. Tina
The first one wrenched my heart, I could tell before I read the words.
Great shots as always, the many moods of Skoog Farm. :)
Some sad, some happy,some funny,some irritating, and the rose is just lovely!
great selection, the first one could bring me to tears.
So many good shots ... so many moods!
Great job! They all "say" something to me!
Excellent post. I would say you rose to the challenge.
Many, many emotions captured here. The first is making me cry and remember Apache Warrior and how his death affected our whole family such a long, long time ago.
love the one of the barn against the sunset. The horse that is down makes me sad. The girl in the cornfield makes me laugh!
Oh my. That first one is sad and lonely and quiet and just makes my heart break. Other ones that catch my eye are the dog being held and licking, a happy little moment. The horse tacked up in the arena, many memories of moments like that. The white rose, very peaceful. And the horse rolling in the snow...BRRR! Good job!
I think it's the first time I see a horse rolling on the snow. He seems to like it
You've captured a rainbow of emotions and feelings...very nicely done!
The first shot is heartbreakingly beautiful.
Of all the photos I've viewed this far today, yours portray the most easily and most obviously understood emotions. No words needed whatsoever. You have a talented and beautiful way at showcasing emotions in your photos. Thanks for sharing them. I was trying to pick a couple as my favorites, but I just couldn't. I like them all for many different reasons.~Lisa
What a range of emotion..I really liked the two small children walking side by side!:)
So sorry about your horse I didn't mean to be insensitive. It was last week when I was visiting the Australian wild life sanctuary when the guide said the kangaroos like to lie still and give people the wrong impression.Your daughter too must be very upset.
Love all your shots for Sunday Stills but the horse in the snow is my absolute favorite! It's emotion for me is ahhh....feels good! Yeah!
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