They are beautiful animals and you're lucky to live in horse country.
It is nice to see people passionate in a positive way about animals, loving them, caring for them. It's huntin' season here. Must I say more?
OOPS, JACOB - COULD YOU COMPLETE DELETING MY DELETION? IT WAS LEE USING MY ACCOUNT BY ACCIDENT. NOW I'VE POSTED HIS COMMENT WITH HIS NAME. NOT TO BE CONFUSING ;)
Well we will never know the difference and we won't tell either. Nice pictures and the horses look grand. MB
A regular horsey photo is pleasant and no wonder, when you are capable with the correct camera etc. the camera must be a good interest to take up, unlike myself who hasnt yet delved into all that -'auto' is my default! Also It is reassuring to hear of some degree of...cynicism about Halloween!
Nice catch, beautiful farm. Could you try to find if I own something there? I'll move in within a week...
Thanks for posting photos from "Gunn Farm". I was named Gunn after my grandmother who`s name was Gudrun. Thank God, it was written with double N ..... My husband is "made in England" and has got grandparents from Scotland where Gunn is quite a common surname and also a clan name.... "Gun Gunn" could have been even more strange.... ;-)By the way, my dad`s first name was Jacob, that has become more popular again these days. In Denmark it is very common....As for the farm, I can only WISH that it belonged to me, it looks very idyllic. Have a nice day, and a nice weekend!
Hello dear friends Jacob and Lois AnneFirst of all, I love horses and I think this farm is a sweet dream. It reminds mommy's hometown.In fact I visited there once in my life but I will never forget that adorable landscape.Second, I would like to thank you for helping my mommy Léia to prepare the post in my blog today.You are very kind!purrs and loveyour friendLuna
What a nice shot !! This is so beautiful and lovely !!
Horses always make pictures look so nice.
Peaceful... I have lots of slides I need to digitalize...oh,when will I have time??
More stunning horses. I thought Kentucky was the horse capital of the world - never knew Florida had so many.
Love the vibrance of the colors in both the photos! Also the Gunn Farm Logo is very nicely designed! Creative stuff!- Pixellicious Photos
Beautiful horses regardless where they graze.
We may have some nice houses up here but you've sure got some fabulous horses down there.
The horses grazing make for a beautiful scene, regardless of which farm they belong to. So they come by your house by the bus load on Halloween, too? It's so much fun to see the advance planning and steely resolve in some trick or treaters and their "handlers." It's no longer a few neighbor kids dropping by but instead entire neighborhoods move in mass to ours for bigger and more generous hauls of treats. (We should charge for parking...$5 for cars, $10 for mini vans, etc. (Just so we can afford to keep running out to restock and replenish the stash. I hate to have those Reeses cups around.)
You've aged a little bit on your cartoon profile photo! Miss the man with the lens! Those horses are simply majestic and muscular. Great photo. Horses aren't agreeable subjects!
@ Frank - I've been telling Lois for some time we need to stock up on candy. But, nooooo. I guess she knows I'd eat it all up before Halloween ever arrived!
My friend and blogger Kate of Picture A Day is married to a former horse farm manager and lived many years on horse farms here on the EastCoast would love these photos, she's a bit under the weather but I am going to send her the link so when she's up to sitting at the computer she can see these babies I know they will cheer her up!
Those are beautiful pictures. I'll have to check out his blog.
@ Daryl - That's nice of you. We've posted a number of horse photos over the past several months...she just needs to scroll through the posts or may type in "horse" in the search box.
Well done! The horses are beautiful, the scene has just about calmed me down after pretty bad traffic jams. Have a wonderful weekend.
Horse farms make for such peacful scenes. There is just something about grazing horses that bring a feeling of calm. And as a photographer, who could resist a shot like that!
How funny! I immediatly thought of Gunn White! :-) Beautiful horse shot!
What a lush, green place! Horses must be very happy in Ocala.
@ Ciel - Traffic jams? I thought you were still laying down trying recuperate after viewing iguanas and snakes! ;-)
Everything looks so green. It must be raining there every day. (OK, truth be known I'm trying to make mysef better because it's raining here right now.)
I love horses, nice!
There are a few in my family that are avid horse lovers. You really have such beautiful farms there though. Keep on photographing them and maybe you'll run across one with my name on it one of these days.
Beautiful. Perfect Ocala shot!
this is a stunningly gorgeous photo. I had no idea Gunn had a horse farm in Ocala. Cool
The picture of the sign came from my farms' entrance (without permission) no harm done, however, it is a nice sign and a lovely photo. The horses in the second photo are definetly not thoroughbreds and that is what we raise and train on my farm. No body reading this blog woulod know the difference or care what breed the horses are so again no harm done. R. Gunn owner of Gunn Farm Thoroughbreds, Citra, Fl.
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