The Pasture

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  1. noname

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    I love this!!!!! I would of cropped alittle of the top but its still an excellent photo!!!!!!!! Beautiful Horse. Do you have any close-ups? I love horses!!!!!!!!
     
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    Great color. I like the softness of the picture as well.
     
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    danir No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very nice.

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    Thanks everyone. I don't have any close ups from this series, but you can check out my dA site or website below for more horse pics there :)
     
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    This is a great shot. I actually like the crop. For some reason it gives this a sense of motion to the top (which is what the horse is doing at least until it gets to the top that hill).
     
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    Thanks Bill!!!
     
  8. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The title suggests there is something "green" inside, and there is!
    But the subject is brown, and it is a wonderful, warm brown, which goes just PERFECTLY well with the more yellowish shades of green of the meadow and the leaves in the foreground.

    A wonderful photo.
    If that were to be had as a jigsaw puzzle, my daughter would certainly want to have THAT one and no other!
     
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    Thanks Lafoto!!! That's a really great idea...I've always wanted to try and have a puzzle made with one of my pics, this may be a good one :)
     

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