About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
Funny pictures !It's good to have nice times with the girls. Here, much homework to do, so not much time for the web. But my sons brong good marks back. That's the most important.See you soon
I think I may have experienced a similar thing a time or two! I don't know how some people end up with such cooperative horses!!
Wonderful self portraits and the lady is pretty cute too.
Looks like fun. I'm always behind the camera - I'll have to try it some time, if I can get our boys to leave the camera alone?!
Yanno just when you think they are going to cooperate the camera becomes big and scary and it's going to eat you both!
I have a feeling I would still end up with horse nose in the camera lens with my Boys. It might be fun to try, though. Horses are just so hard to get to pose when you want them to. Then you put the camera down for a minute and suddenly..."The Look of Eagles." *G*
Yep, you can't make them leave that grass for even a second :)
Cute Callie. I know how that goes, a strand of hay on the ground is more interesting than me sometimes:-)
Horses will be horses! Food is always better then hanging out with us humans!
It looks like you kept getting pushed out of the picture until the last frame. Either that or the horses were fighting you and shaking the camera. There was one day when my horses were grumpy and I couldn't get them to put their ears forward, so I just took pictures without their ears in it. That worked.
Thnaks for the cmments, all, it was funny, next thing I'm working on is a kiss on the cheek, LOL, we'll get there.........
It is not easy to take a photo of yourself with a horse -- I have tried it many times! You did a fine job!!
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