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Revisiting my After the Blizzard photos and realized I had never posted this one.Fishing Creek Valley, PANikon d70, Tokina 80-200108 views as of 6/7/10
snow, horses, nature, blizzard
Thank you so much Silvia! Tony
Thanks Monte, much apprciated! Tony
so glad you found it… love his sideways glance..beautifully captured:)
Thanks Maggie, yeah he kept his eyes on me for sure! Tony
Wonderful capture, Tony!
Thank You Sabrina! Tony
Awesome piece of work
Thanks Bobby, appreciate you looking! Tony
The first one sure has his eye on you……Well seen and captured!
Thanks Gene, the four hours I was out there I don’t think there was a moment that at least one or more of them didn’t have an eye on me. Now that they are used to me a half dozen or so of the 27 come up to get stroked as long as I don’t approach them. The leader of the one group is always the first to approach, the leader of the other group still maintains a 10 yard or so distance. It is pretty interesting to watch. Sage the leader of the first group came up behind me and leaned against me while I was storking another horse and then took my hat off my head between his lips. I turned around reached for my hat and he pulled back. Then I started stroking him and he dropped the hat into my hand. I was laughing out loud! Tony
AWESOME shot! really makes it come together with the lead horse looking at you.
Thanks Mattew and thanks for taking a look! I agree on the lead horse but he didn’t look real friendly did he? :) Tony
May 21, 2010
Thanks so much Teresa, truly appreciate and thrilled to be featured! Tony
You are so very welcome Tony. As usual, a truly lovely capture!
awesome capture – I love the high key look created by all the snow!
Thank You Betty Yes I exposed for the horses not worrying about the snow and it gave me that high key look without a lot of processing.