Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A local horse breeding/training operation

23 comments:

Kcalpesh said...

It is so cool to see such beautiful green place in a time when Global Warming is become a big threat day by day. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful shot Jacob!

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Don and Krise said...

Cool treatment too.

cieldequimper said...

Where are the horses? Oh, behind the hedge?! ;-)

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful post and lovely shot!! Today i have also posted something related to your post !!

VP said...

The curve of this fence is almost hypnotic.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Love the way the photo finish shows the many colors of the grass! The curve leads the eye back to the "barn." The Spanish moss adds movement. So much to see that I don't even miss the horses!

Jan
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brattcat said...

I like the curve of the fence. It suggests a driveway but the way is paved with grass.

Dan J. said...

I love al of this green......
'Soon' I keep telling myself. Soon we too will have this wonderful green. Summer is just across the horizon.

Memphis MOJO said...

Others beat me to saying that I love the way the fence curves. I also, for some reason, like the tree or Spanish moss or whatever is hanging down.

Small City Scenes said...

A beautiful farm. Did you solarize it or pasteurize it? Looks very nice. MB

Saretta said...

Looks very well taken care of!

Dianne said...

I love the effect you applied, makes everything even more lush

Lois said...

I like what you did with this picture Jacob!

B SQUARED said...

They have to train them to do that?

Halcyon said...

It's so green!!!

Jarart said...

I can picture myself riding around that lush green track on a majestic horse. Thanks for the lovely image.

JM said...

Nice work on this lovely scenery shot.

Paula said...

Photo to painting, really works well with this landscape. Nicely done!

Kate said...

What a great place for horses! Plenty of space to horse around.

Daryl said...

Love the perspective .. swooooooping ...

EG Wow said...

I like how you've processed this photo.

Marie-Noyale said...

Lucky horses!!!

Trillian said...

It reminds me "the long and winding road"....beautiful place!

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson