Sunday, March 6, 2011

HITS is back in town!

Some of our readers will remember our HITS photos from last year.

HITS (Horses in the Sun) is completing it annual spectacular here in Ocala this month. Fortunately, yesterday we were able to stop by the Post Time Farm on Highway 27, a few miles northwest of Ocala, to rub shoulders, so to speak, with some of the most beautiful horse flesh in the world!

We'll be posting additional photos on this site in the days to come, but you can see all of our photos in our HITS Album on the album page of Images - L and L Photography.

But, we're going to make it easy for you: To view the album, just click here.

16 comments:

Jarart said...

Oh, beautiful! Thanks for telling me that you had this posted. I do love the horses.

Lisa Wilson said...

Exciting! You always get the best photos during this event!

cieldequimper said...

Yes, I remember! I'm looking forward to this!

Marie said...

Great capture, Jacob!

Jack said...

This must be a photographer's dream, Jacob. Your shot here is terrific.

brattcat said...

Beautiful horseflesh, indeed. That is one magnificent creature.

EG Wow said...

Cool photo! I think you pushed on the shutter at exactly the right time.

Jim Klenke said...

awesome shot, love the stop action

Kate said...

YOu have a new banner...very nice. You caught the action extremely well.

Memphis MOJO said...

Great colors, but I agree with the others who commented that you hit the shutter button at the exact right moment!

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh gosh...I'm really envious here, what a fabulous event!
Wonderful pictures, amazing indeed!
Léia

Small City Scenes said...

Oh boy, this will be fun and I will be watching. MB

Halcyon said...

I am very envious! And I will definitely stop by your other blog for a look at the competition.

JM said...

Glad you posted a direct link to the HITS Album because I could not find it in the Album page. It's just great and I love the header shot. Nice work, Jacob.

Lois said...

I do remember it from last year! I'm looking forward to more pictures.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

That is an absolutely GORGEOUS shot! It looks like a painting, it's surreal.

"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