Wednesday, June 20, 2007

20 June 2007

Something a bit different today. Last night I went out into the field just before the light completely went to see if the brat would run and I could maybe get some motion blur shots, no such luck but I came up with these two which I thought were quite cool. Here momma is shaking her head and because of the slow shutter speed I got this cool effect LOL

This is the brat under one of his trees, I used a new processing technique on it which I rather like. It is very grainy because of the low light but also has its own charm I think.
Larry got home today and we are trying to get back to normality, whatever that is. It has been another long day so I am going to have to cut short once again. Thank you thank you to all my regular visitors, you are going above and beyond keeping up with me when I have been neglecting you all so badly. Just know that you are all always in my thoughts. ((((Hugs)))))

Lori
xx

8 comments:

photogchic said...

Nice to hear Larry is home. Get some rest.

L said...

Glad things are settling down. I agree, go sleep! :-)

Julie Blair said...

Glad Larry is home. Love the slow motion on the head...so cool. Taxes is still so cute...even if he is a brat! haha
I actually posted tonight. You all are so much better than I am at doing this every night!
((Hugs))

Pat said...

Hi Lori. It's been awhile since I've been here due to busy life.

Fantastic photo of the horses.


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CG said...

Am so glad Larry is home! like the blurry head and Taxes looks good in B&W xx

Mike said...

It is great to hear Larry is home.

I really like these pictures. I think the top one is great and I also like the brat in black and white!

Take care and I hope you guys have a great day.

talj said...

Glad to hear Larry is home and you are getting some normality back! Great shots, as always :o) {{HUGS}} xx

Anna said...

That black and white shot is great Lori...so serene.

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