Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Ocala Family values

25 comments:

Olivier said...

une tres belle photo de famille, j'aime beaucoup

bfarr said...

Ahhhh. Nice shot. So peaceful and serene.

bfarr said...

Ahhhh. Nice shot. So peaceful and serene.

Sharon said...

Ohhh...two lovely scenes today.

brattcat said...

Some how the song 'Try a Little Tenderness' popped into my mind as I looked at this.

magiceye said...

strong!

Halcyon said...

Now those are the kind of family values I can believe in. Wonderful photo.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh horses--aren't they the greatest. Look at baby's long legs---A thoroughbred for sure!
Real beauties. MB

cieldequimper said...

So do I take it the family values are single Mums? :-)

Lovely shot!

VP said...

A nice title for a great image!

JM said...

What a lovely composition (not to mention the beautiful horses)!

B SQUARED said...

I like that;Family Values. Makes a lot of "Horse Sense." These horses appear to have a nice place to roam.

Daryl said...

Oh B2 stole my comment!

Jarart said...

This picture brings to mind the word "peace". It's gorgeous.

Kate said...

Beautiful animals, Jacom

Marie said...

Did i tell you i met an Ocala cowgirl when I was in San Francisco in last May?

Birdman said...

Fabulous shot on that blanket of green.

Paula said...

This reminds me of when the ex bought the kids a horse to make up for running off with his secretary, thereby saddling me with not only college expenses but stable fees. Family values my...
well, never mind.
I'm finshed venting, and you may now have your blog back.
:)

Trillian said...

Wonderful horses and the contrast with the green grass is very beautiful!

EG Wow said...

Very sweet indeed. True love. :)

tapirgal said...

This is such an idyllic shot. I love the contrast of the two horses, and they're so perfectly lined up for your lens. Gorgeous job! I love it that all you see is natural or the rustic look of the fences.

SRQ said...

Wonderful capture...the horses, the green grass, the fence, the moss blowing in the wind...I love it all.

Sharon Creech said...

Love this for reasons too many to name!

merrytait said...

pretty, peaceful, and pastoral. Nice! :-D

Rose said...

Lovely, lovely scene!

"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