Thursday, February 15, 2007

15 February 2007

We had another sunny cold day, max probably about 15F but not too unbearable, hardly any wind which is a blessing. I put the mares out and they didnt do much, so didnt get many pictures of them and certainly nothing exciting. So I put the babies in and put my young stud Blue out where the babies normally run so he could get some exercise. He had a ball. At first he didnt want to go into the deep snow unless I went there first, silly boy, then when he got the hang of it he was doing his snow plow thing with his nose, just about burying his head under the snow trying to get to the bottom of the pile, rolling and playing. So today is devoted to him. I have stacks of pictures of the babies and him that I love but just too many to post on here, might make a webpage and send a link.

I know it is in here somewhere!!!!


Whoopie, this stuff is fun!!


Okay this stuff is deep, maybe if i plow it with my nose first I
can walk through it a bit easier.

Hope you all had a great day. Thanks again everyone.

Lori

13 comments:

puzzled said...

Hahahaa! This is the BEST photoblog post I've seen in any PaD for a long time. It really made me smile, and I'm smiling as I type this. The "it's in here somewhere" shot is priceless, Lori. All of them are great, but that one kills me. Thanks for posting these!!

Anna said...

Lori...that is wonderful. I am still laughing at that first pic....

These horses are just beautiful and full of so much personality...what a time you must have with them.
Take care.

talj said...

Beautiful Lori!! I really hope you get the webpage up as these are just excellent and I can't wait to see more!! :o)

Julie Blair said...

Blue is quite the character....I love the plowing shot...how cute. Your horses do have quite the personalities...thanks for sharing.

Carmi said...

Hi Lori. Your photography is extraordinary. I can't wait to read and see more.

Found you on Anna's site. I'm so glad I did!

Rising Rainbow said...

I love these shoots (all of them not just today's) of the horses playing in the snow. It almost makes me jealous I don't have snow here. The keyword here is almost.

Yes, you're right about the twins. You'd definitely get a kick out of being aple to photograph them. Until people have seen some of the stuff (like that shot I posted yesterday) they just wouldn't believe. Horses just don't do that sort of thing. But I wouldn't recommend having a set of twins so you could do a photostudy. It would be a lot less stressful and cheaper to fly to my house to take pics. Someday we will meet.

Kaycee said...

I just love the photos of your horse in the snow!

CG said...

These are just great. I love the grey horse against the snow. It really makes me smile to see them having fun. I love it when you can "see" a horse's personality.

the webpage would be a great idea :)

Ancientimages said...

These are wonderful, Lori. My dogs do the same snowplough thing, but I have never seen horses do it. How amazing! These are truly unique and beautiful shots. Were you just laughing out loud while you were taking them? Blue is gorgeous. Great work. You are so talented!!!

thelobster said...

Great pictures - horriblew weather - we haven't really had a winter here this year - although I'm going for a few days away so it will probably start soon

rennie said...

The first picture is hillarious! I love this horse. It's almost like unicorn - so pure white. Good for a prince or a princess to ride.

Defrost Indoors said...

Gorgeous horse, gorgeous photos. Everybody wins. ;)

Naomi said...

Love the photos. Your horse looks so cute and full of life playing in the snow. I'm here from the Equine blog carnival.

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