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I thought I’d post an image of my two horses, Gold Dancer (GD) and Khallie, her filly.  GD is the grey arab mare, and Khallie (also a registered arab) is chestnut turning grey.  I love this image because unlike most horse photos, which strive to show them in action, or in hyper-alertness (understandably so; after all they show their power and grace), this captures them both in a very relaxed, happy state.  The meadow is filled with the sweet tall grass of springtime, and it’s a fairly big one, which adds to their sense of security (predators can’t sneak up).  Their heads are drooping in a way that says “thanks Mike for bringing us here, and we wouldn’t complain if we did this every day”.  After taking the picture, I laid down in the grass.  My favorite grass is head-high, but it’s hard to capture the feeling of being in grass like that through still photographs.  Also, it’s rare to find grass that high.

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Posted May 26, 2011 by MJF Images in Uncategorized

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