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LINK:Editors Choice Link* The Power of Love LINK_:Faves 68 Views 747 8th June 2011Taken at my home ,Rosehaven,Manawatu,New Zealand,Cory and Dancer ,forever friends 1xphotograph 2xtextures,one mine,1 by joesSisah,Flickr
Standard Breed Trotters
horses, rosehaven, manawatu, newzealand, da, textured
Oh, the ABBA song :)))))))) “Loving You, Loving Me… Ahaa aa” :))))))))))))))))))Gorgeous image Lynne!!! :D
Yeah! The Abba song ,Jen adored Abba and has it playing such a lot !Thanks for Lovin’ this Eva , Cory and Dancer are quite a pair !
Susan thank you so much I love you enjoying my work !
More or less grew up with ABBA… you know… being a Swede and all ;) And they were “on top” when I was a kid. Think they split up when I was about 15…You to have a couple of gorgeous horses… absolutely love the feeling of their warm breath and soft noses on your hands :))))))))))))))))))))
Did you cry ? I was devastated when they broke up …I still live in Wonderland you know Eva ;-)
LOL! No I didn’t! LOL! Wasn’t that much into them at the time… Usually had my nose buried in a book with the radio as background noise… One funny thing my brother said when people asked what I was going to be as I grew up, “She’s gonna be a bookworm!!!” LOL! Nowadays I REALLY love their music though :DAnd yes you do!!! New Zealand IS Wonderland!!! Mmmmm… Rotorua :D That’s another story for some other time… ;)
Meanie ,don’t tease me !!!!!!!!! You must have been in Rotorua and been a naughty girl I reckon LOL!
ROFL!!! No!!! I’m not naughty… well… most of the time ;)Anyway, around here the telly show during the summer-holidays (you know, from school) on week-day mornings “kids shows”… all kind of fun stuff like cartoons, various TV-series and so on… One of those series, when I was I think in my early teens, was a NZ series called “Rotorua” and took place in the late 1800’s or very early 1900’s about a young girl that came to Rotorua… It was quite exiting, for me anyway. Always been “into” different cultures and the wonders of mother nature, it fitted like a glove :D
OK I can understand that ! Yes , Rotorua is a great wonderland of all thins Maori , incredible place ,bubbling mud pools geysers, all sorts of magical things and very spiritual
LOL! You see, I’m not as “bad” as you thought… well in my mind I can be ;) ;)
Thank you very much Marie !
I am very honored , thank you so much for this feature !
Oh… Sooo very beautiful and touching…what an amazing capture!!
Thank you Heather ,they are wonderful subjects to photograph !
Beautiful! I love The navy blue effect of the black horse against the russet tones.
Thank you Margaret , the black horse is Dancer & she is extremely beautiful ,the chestnut is Cory and he is also a gorgeous horse !