Shadow and Mia **NOT 56k friendly**

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  1. photogoddess

    photogoddess TPF Noob!

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    This weekend I decided to take my babies out for some picture time. After a short drive up to a park in Palos Verdes that has an equestrian facility in it, I let them loose for a little grazing. Good thing we didn't get caught cause I'm afraid to know what the fine is for having 2 loose horses in the park. :blushing: I wasn't sure if Mia (the brown one) would stay put but she made me proud. I recently got her and she's still a bit of a train wreck but we're building trust every day. Shadow (the black and white one) never met a meal that he didn't like. I've had him for several years so I knew that as long as there was food around, he'd stay anywhere that I put him. :lol:

    Trust in her eyes
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    Dinner for two
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    Room to run
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    Yummy! :drool:
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    Is the grass greener over there?
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    Where are we?
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    Food glorious food :D
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    There's more grass over here too!
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    Beautiful horse! I love the second picture a LOT!
     
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    Nice series. They're beautiful.
    I really like #1 :thumbup:
     
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    Gorgeous horses! Is the bay a thoroughbred?
     
  5. photogoddess

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    Thanks :mrgreen:

    Yuppers - She's a thoroughbred. Came off the race track when she was 3 (she'll be 7 in March) because she wasn't much of a runner. Pretty darned slow actually. :lol:
     
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    Great work!

    I love #3
     
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    wow, you are lucky to have such beautiful creatures.

    The first one I like the fact that you can see the reflection in the eye, and #3 looks great as well...composition and b&w.

    very nice!
     
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    Thanks for the nice comments. I'm gonna try to get them out there again for more photos. Maybe actually get some of them doing something besides eating next time. :lol:
     
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    Very nice horse. Not much of a runner, but a great poser!
     
  10. Jeff Canes

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    Nice series, all are very nice
     
  11. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The "Where are we?"-portrait of Mia, the horse, fascinates me, though I like the entire little series AND the story that goes with them ... you going to the park with your horses, while others take their dogs :D.

    And I like that your brown horse is called Mia.
    Our cat is called Mia, too.
     

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