I love the butterfly and the bright colors.
Great colors and nice capture.
My congratulations to Ocala horses! Looks like this one was looked after by very optimistic hands.
Of course I love horses and I love Butterflies so how could I not love this horse. Yes I do!! MB
I really like the horse and the way you photographed it.
The way the butterfly is painted on the horse's face is very intriguing!God bless you!Cezar
Wouldn't you love to spend an evening with the artists who created these horse fever horses listening to them talk about the experience of painting them?
That horse would be fine in my back garden ;-)
Spectacular! He certainly is a 'horse of a different color.'
Thanks for your comment d.d. on my photoblog. BUT... my dog, Frederik, did not like beeing calling a she :( I bought him 2 years ago - 3 years old - in a sort of society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. The previous owner had removed "the bells", but it does mean sex change *LOL* Besides, I gave a comment on your ref. of your own dog :-D
Wow! This is fantastic. I want one!
They all look so cool and this composition is awesome!
It's well-painted and fun to look at. You placed got the angle beautifully with that background. I love how the color of the building and trees work with the painted horse.
Nice close-up. Just horsing around.
These horses are so much fun. Fifty-five is a LOT of painted horses! Have you photographed them all?
I'd really, really like to paint one of these!
I must remember to send you some of the ones we had exhibited here at the Museum of Natural History when they did a horse themed exhibit
When I went with Sarah to take Lorelei to the library, right inside the kid's section was a horse similar to this. She loved it.
Love these colorful horses, even better than the real ones - this one can't throw me off.
In Larchmont we had ducks...I wonder what this mean!!
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