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A precious newborn draft horse resting in a field of dandelions on an Amish farm near my home in northeast Iowa.

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  • Michael Cummings
    Michael Cummingsover 3 years ago

    What a cutie, great shot Lorilee

  • Thank you, Michael!!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • Ginny York
    Ginny Yorkover 3 years ago

    Ohhh….Lori…..What a beautiful sight. So beautiful. Wonderful capture of this precious newborn.

  • Thanks, Ginny!!!! They are so fun to watch!!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 3 years ago

    I LOVE this one Lori….gorgeous fields…the flowers always add a little something don’t they.

  • Thank you so much, Lyn!!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • labaker
    labakerover 3 years ago

    nice work Lori!

  • Thank you, Larry!!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • Ginny York
    Ginny Yorkover 3 years ago

    I wish I was there to watch them. :))

  • Me, too!!! We’d have a GREAT time together!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • A.M. Ruttle
    A.M. Ruttleover 3 years ago

    I’ve just been visiting another of your shots of this beautiful colt / filly, Lori, and if you can… find out how the vet or Amish person recording the birth of this beauty describes the markings on the forehead.

    This little one has very specific marking on its forehead, and it may be distinctive so you can follow its progress as it grows up. In a way, it’s maybe so distinctive you / we don’t need to know what others say… this little one has a a “tilted white forehead splash that is broken on the upper left” (as we see it)??

    Arghh, I can just imagine what a (true horse lineage / vet) person recording the birth of this little one would say! AMR

  • Yes, the blaze is quite unique . . . I really focused on this one . . . not sure what the others looked like. Up the road from this farm is a pasture with more newborns (black and white draft horses – not sure of the breed), however, they were further back and I couldn’t get a really good shot . . . maybe another time!! Thanks again for the suggestion!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • Ginny York
    Ginny Yorkover 3 years ago

    Yes we would. It would be such fun!!! Just think of all the cards we would need for our cameras! :))

  • :-)

    – lorilee

  • Barry Norton
    Barry Nortonover 3 years ago

    Beautiful capture

  • Thanks, Barry!!!! :-)

    – lorilee

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 3 years ago

    It looks like a Belgian Colt, makes a great center piece for the field of dandelions.

  • Thank you so much, Byron & Julie!!!

    – lorilee

  • Dawn M. Becker
    Dawn M. Beckerover 3 years ago

    awww…animals are so precious and awesome!!! Beautiful capture :o)

  • Thank you, Dawn!!!! :-)

    – lorilee

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