Princess Ella Grace

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  1. LifesMirror

    LifesMirror TPF Noob!

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    I was at my parents farm taking some shots of our new horse, and Ill be damned if she didnt smile for the camera. The second one I thought brought out a feminine feel. Both are unedited, just resized. I barely caught her when she did this, hence the crappy focus. But I love both of them. You may edit my pictures, for I would like some help, especially dealing with the second one. Pentax K1000, unknown zoom lens....
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    I love the first shot! The expression on the horse and the woman are priceless. I also love the close up of the horses eyes. I've always loved the way their eyes can share so much emotion. (Big horse lover here, can you tell?)
     
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    Wow the first shot is awesome, it really does look like he's smiling for the camera.
     
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    I agree. Horses have the most communicative eyes. I am thinking of framing that one actually...
     

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