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Taken with a 12mp DSLR Pentax k-x
Cushnie, QLD, Australia.

Note: No horses were harmed in this – It may look dramatic/scary but he was just testing his limits.

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horse, buck, leap, cowboy, kurrawinya, penny kittel

Creative, curious country chick, with a few horses, lazy dog and insane cat in tow! Living the dream in rural Australia, my photos focus on the outback, horses, and the rural way of life… oh and a few pretty flowers along the way!

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  • Joanne Knobel
    Joanne Knobelabout 2 years ago

    Great Capture!

  • Thank you!

    – Penny Kittel

  • Linda Jackson
    Linda Jacksonabout 2 years ago

    Guess the human wasn’t hurt either I hope! ;o)))) Great catch Penny!

  • Hehe, Nah he’s fine! Thanks Linda :)

    – Penny Kittel

  • Sarah Heit
    Sarah Heitabout 2 years ago

    Great picture of your dad here Penny! :)

  • Hehe, Thanks Sarah! :) and errr, yess, that’s defs not one of the drafters lol! :)

    – Penny Kittel

  • Al Bourassa
    Al Bourassaabout 2 years ago

    WHOA!!! What an amazing shot Penny! I wish I could favor this 10 times.

  • Thank you Al! I’m glad you like it so much lol! :D

    – Penny Kittel

  • Rodney Wratten
    Rodney Wrattenabout 2 years ago

    great Action photo Penny, they have to be taught sometime in their life, and if they have to come a working animal, I do like the B/W shot.
    Cheers
    Rod.

  • Thank you so much Rod :)

    – Penny Kittel

  • Jennifer Saville
    Jennifer Savilleabout 2 years ago

  • woohoo!! Thank you so much!!

    – Penny Kittel

  • Tania Russell
    Tania Russellabout 2 years ago

    Congratulations

  • fantastic!! Thank you so very much!!

    – Penny Kittel

  • kristijohnson
    kristijohnsonabout 2 years ago

    Kangaroo pony?? Very cool shot! I have seen my longhorns do this but not the horses..

  • lol, who knows!! the odd leap was owning to the knee hobbles he was wearing (prevents horses from striking out when putting the saddle on for the first time) they are widely used out here, it helps the horses and the handlers stay safe, and unlike chain or ankle hobbles horses they don’t have a tripping effect :)

    – Penny Kittel

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBabout 2 years ago

    July 1, 2012

  • woohoo! Thank you so very much!

    – Penny Kittel

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