Discussion in 'Herman's Genres' started by Herman, Apr 13, 2011.
This one is entitled "Horses in the sky"
Horse Head Rock, Bermagui
Horse Head Rock by peterb666, on Flickr
Thanks Peter for your amazing shot. To me it looks like the horse is drinking water!
Absolutely, Herman - I agree!
Here are a few of the strange horse statue at the Fountain Park:
Black and Whites:
I like the second and third in your first set - you can see the muscles working and the strength of the horse. I like the little spiral hi tail makes in the third one. He (? not good on horse anatomy) looks like he's about to attack the post in the first one:smile:
One of my earlier photos taken with my Olympus E-P1...
Tribute to a Workhorse by peterb666, on Flickr
20130828-20130828-IMG_6233 by wt2100, on Flickr
Not quite sure what the following is, I met him or her on one of my "birding" walks
not that friendly! - but that's the French! (say "Allo, Allo" to one of your oldest allies)
Wow, that thing is furry
A quick Google search for 'curly horse' revealed that there is such a thing. Most images the coat was smooth and the mane etc curled, but some were curly overall, although not this much!
There's an illness similar to diabetes that also causes a thick, long, rough coat. Again, the horse I knew that had it wasn't this impressive!
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Palma, Mallorca. They seem to move these carriages very fast considering the width of the streets! I don't think this poor horse's hooves look very healthy though.
Working Horse by christilou1, on Flickr
From Alexandria, VA last weekend:
And 6 years ago, hopefully still alive:
You did Muybridge proud here!
I may have posted this in the Sony Nex forum, but I feel this is a good fit for this thread too. :smile:
A church activity which in horseback riding was involved.
Sigma 19mm and F3
Love the impression here
Flat tire(ran into a cactus)
Some post surgery care for my wife's horse. If you want to see a mildly gruesome wound.....click through to flickr for more.
whatever gets the job done by Lukinosity, on Flickr
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