Monday, May 30, 2011

One of Ocala's many horse farms

Photo taken back in January, 2011 by Lois Anne.

18 comments:

Olivier said...

la lumiere et la couleur sont magnifiques, on pourrait presque croire que le cheval de droite est un cheval cameleon ;)

Randy said...

So beautiful! Looks like a nice farm.

Lynette said...

Lovely photo. Makes me curious what it looks like with leaves on the trees.

Rose said...

Nice, inviting shot..I'm with Lynette. I would like to see it now.

magiceye said...

fantastic composition!

cieldequimper said...

Wonderful winter light. Is it winter just now? :-))

brattcat said...

this is such a tranquil scene.

anjoe playhouse said...

Lois Annes photo is a beauti ;-)

The "network" on the tree tells me, that horses among lots of other animals likes to take a bite or more :-D

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice. Horses are the best!!! MB

Irredento Urbanita said...

Hey Jacob, and have you ever had a horse?

Regards

Valery

Barcelona Daily Photo

EG Wow said...

I'm so glad you said the photo was taken in January! I was worried that the Florida sun had fried up all the green. :))

Jarart said...

I would bet its all green now. Beautiful scene!

Charlotte said...

Beautiful! Lovely horses!
I also love the shape of the trees. Very pretty!

Hehehe ... Yeah, well, Tiger's not supposed to eat chocolate either, but he really likes the taste of it, and I'm afraid I let him taste it, knowing it's not good for him.

Hope you're enjoying your evening. We're having a huge thunderstorm here, so I'm enjoying for full-:)
Tiger says Meooow to you and Haley!-:)

uncertainhorizon said...

I love horses, such beautful creatures.

Virginia said...

I photographed at a horse farm here about two weeks ago. I had a ball. They have a farm in Ocala as well. I'll be posting more photos on my blog from time to time. This city girl learned a LOT!
V

JM said...

The bare trees tell us this is a winter shot and the pastel colours are lovely.

Amin said...

Beautiful photo...

Tricia said...

Horse barn included! =)

"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