Sunday, November 22, 2009

Sunday Stills - Horses

A few photos of the horses. Maisie in perspective:

Dawn takes a bite:

Sugar's hind legs - she's very shiny:

Dawn abstraction - I should try to draw this one:

Scout's nose showing its flexibility:

Noble's expressive ears:

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Enjoy your Sunday, and may it include horses!

16 comments:

  1. Love your stills here very much!! Abstract is my fav!!! Love the one you may draw as well...please do and show us!

    I would have done something like this too...but was so shocked at the challenge subject(totally did not plan to go out to the barn) so I used some from files! Got plenty of those!
    XO
    KK

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  2. I love the horse noses and muzzles. My faves!

    ~Lisa

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  3. Great shots Kate!! Those are some seriously kissable muzzles too ;)

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  4. Your horses are all still so slick and shiny. Ours are all furry monsters!

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  5. Horse noses and lips are amazing things. Soft, strong and amazing adept all at the same time.

    Love your unique perspective which makes for some truly fun pics.

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  6. Nice shots, love the macro noses..:-)

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  7. What beautiful and intriguing photos! Good job!

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  8. Kate, love all your pictures! Horses make the best subjects for taking pictures. Gilly's legs are so hairy he looks like a Clydesdale! LOL H is all set for a hard winter, really hairy all over.
    Great shots!

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  9. Scout's nose is too cute! Wonderful pictures!

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  10. Great pics! I love Scout's nose. I'm always amazed at what they can do with that top lip.

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  11. I know almost everyone else has said it...but totally kissable noses! I especially enjoy the first one, of Maisie- shows off how healthy, shiney & round she is! Thank you for sharing!

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