Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Ocala Downs



Ocala Downs is a large subdivision of horse farms located north of Ocala on Highway 441. The first photo depicts the entrance, and the second one of the farms.

18 comments:

Olivier said...

magnifique ferme, la deuxieme photo fait rêver.
splendid farm, the deuxieme photograph makes dream.

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful area. I love horses. MB

Bergson said...

I like the 2 th
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magiceye said...

an awesome place! you have presented it well too!

iMarin said...

Wow, amazing photo of horses it's incredible the paysage and a nice ranch.

Vogon Poet said...

The sign of the introductory photo has its style, but the second image is really in the land of dreams: great shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

This place is fantastic!
Amazing pictures and I love horses!!!
Thanks for sharing
Kind Regards
Léia

Hilary said...

Mmm, I can almost smell the grass - all that open space - lovely.

Lois said...

It's just so beautiful! I love driving through this area of Florida and seeing all the horse farms.

Jarart said...

A nice place for a horse, I think. Nice for the people too.

Juergen Kuehn said...

The green, Jacob, is in a beautiful contrast through the fence and against the building.
My youngest girl is a horse freak and want to be there.

Steffe said...

I guess Haninge isn't the only place where people are horse crazy!

Joy said...

It looks like a very nice plate for people who want to connect with nature!

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Halcyon said...

Neigh!!! I love horsies!!! :)

m_m said...

Nice place - lovely to relax:)

Jackie said...

I like the 2nd pic - it looks quintessentially American to me!

brian said...

beautiful shot! looks like my dad's farm =)

BeachILike said...

I like the second shot.

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