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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Horses in Southern Indiana

Good morning,

My Honey and I spotted some beautiful horses in a field in Southern Indiana so we had to stop and take some pictures.
I happened to have my baby camera at the ready.  This zoomed image isn't the best technically, but I love the subject.  How very sweet.
The horses thought we looked pretty interesting, too, so they came over to take a look.  What a photo op!
When they realized we hadn't arrived bearing carrots or apples, they decided they had given us enough of their time.  ;)
 Off they went across the field once again.
 The little one looks like his Daddy, doesn't he. 

 They all looked so happy.
 Just beautiful!

Enjoy,
Lois

34 comments:

Happy Days said...

Aaaaah, my favorite subject. Horses. Really enjoyed your photos!Love seeing them run in the open fields!! ...debbie

Wanda..... said...

Loved the photos of the horses with the hills of trees in the background.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Beautiful....that Palomino reminds me of my father-in-law, that was his favorite breed. He had several.

Jan n Jer said...

So sweet...Mama n foal! Horses always are great photo ops!

VP said...

This is another subject I would like to have at hand!

TexWisGirl said...

the tiny foal is adorable! but that palomino is gorgeous!

River Glorious said...

That would be it: "Just beautiful!"

Sherry said...

Loved those pictures! I found it amusing that as soon as they realized you weren't a source of treats, they left!

Diana said...

They are so beautiful Lois. You did a fine job capturing their beauty.
Love Di ♥

Rose said...

Oh, I so like the subject, too. I love the Mother& Child reunion one (foal nursing)

Beth said...

Beautiful pictures, Lois! And, I really like your header picture of the skyline of Cincinnati; a lovely gem on the Ohio.

Beth

NixBlog said...

What a lovely series of shots, Lois! I love horses...

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, "your" horses are beautiful. Something about colts makes a great photo also.

Julie Marie said...

What beautiful photos!... thanks for sharing... I especially love the darling little foal... xoxo Julie Marie

Bob Bushell said...

I love horses, you can't beat them.

Deere Driver said...

Love the white foal in stride with the mare.

Deere Driver said...

Love the white foal in stride with the mare.

Elaine said...

Well worth a stop to get these photos! Too bad you didn't have treats. You would have had some new friends.

Nancy Claeys said...

Fantastic captures, Lois. I don't have any horses, but I love them. So beautiful!

Kim, USA said...

Love these photos!

Kim,USA

Saun said...

These are great the horses look so care free. I believe your header is Cincy?

Saun said...

I just read what it said under your header ")

Carletta said...

Lovely rural scenes!
I love the first and third shots!

Beth said...

what lovely scenes. just gorgeous. i love the name of your blog. so fun! thank you for sharing with us at friday fences. (:

Tanya said...

beautiful photos!

Susan said...

I love these photos. They do look happy!

Marie said...

Gorgeous horses! Great fence! I love that sweet little foal!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

What? You don't carry apples and carrots with you? :)

Cathedral Fence

Becky said...

I love to see horses runing in the fields. What beautiful grace they have.

Mari said...

I love the picture of them running!

EG CameraGirl said...

Happy horses in Indiana! :))

Kim, USA said...

Very beautiful!! Love the view!

Kim, USA

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Love the pictures of the horses running! The foal is so cute.

Tricia Hays said...

Always love to see horses, they're one of the most photogenic animals ever, and w/ their barn/home in the background is even better!

Thank you for joining, Lois! =)