Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A Horse Fever Horse...

...one of about 80 Horse Fever horses residing here and there in and about the city of Ocala...

16 comments:

RedPat said...

We had moose all over our city several years ago and within a couple of months practically al of them had had their antlers stolen! Horses are perfect for your part of Florida!

Randy said...

Amazing piece.

magiceye said...

keeping them clean must be a task!

cieldequimper said...

Very stylish. It looks like a customised racing car!

brattcat said...

will you buy one at the end of the season and place it in your front yard?

Jim Klenke said...

someone got carried away with the paint.

llandudnopictures said...

A magnificent beast indeed!

Halcyon said...

Cute!

Jarart said...

It is bright and perky looking! I like the little corral too. Must be to keep people from climbing on the horse.

Small City Scenes said...

Sweet!!

The the kids were little I named our place 'Horse Fever Farm' and put it out on the mail box. Many moons ago.

PS. I beat your daughter in horses-5 horses and 1 pony but she takes the cake on goats. LOL

MB

crocrodyl said...

I see Ocala is really horse caital of the world:)

EG Wow said...

So will you be posting a series?

Bergson said...

il a une bonne tĂȘte

Francisca said...

80? In just Ocala? I wonder how many of the painted animal series are displayed throughout N.A.... including cows, moose, and other animals... What next? I hazily recall the contagion crossing the ocean to Europe... but now I can't remember where I saw it... hmmm.... Now I'm curious to find out the original idea behind this... :-D

Francisca said...

Thanks for the link to the article, Lowell. What I also just learned is that the original idea for the painted animals started with a Cow Parade in Switzerland in 1998 and the fund-raising idea has been used all over both EU and USA. Happy golfing!

crittoria said...

So pretty! It's good to know that he won't be getting away...

"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