Thursday, October 25, 2012

Iconic Ocala


25 comments:

Olivier said...

enfin des chevaux ;)) beau et tranquille paysage

Olivier said...

En réponse a ta question, comme dans tout sports quelqu'un peut se blesser, mais dans le catch tout est millimétré, les coups ne sont pas portés ou alors d'une manière ou cela ne fait pas mal. C'est une forme de chorégraphie et les catcheurs sont surentrainés et très très souple. Depuis que je fais des photos, j'ai jamais vu un catcheur se blesser, alors que pendant des matchs de soccer ou de foot us, j'en ai vu souvent...

Lois said...

Nice and relaxing to look at!

Randy said...

They are beautiful.

magiceye said...

Serene.....

Sharon said...

Oh yes, this is a perfect scene to represent your city.

Judy said...

Looks like my kind of place!

Linda said...

A perfect setting of relaxation and tranquility. I love this!

ArtandArchitecture-SF.com said...

So beautiful and peaceful

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like the lazy days of summer and i'm liking it. MB

Kay said...

Horses are so beautiful to see.

RedPat said...

This is my mental image of Ocala!
It is 70˚F here as I type so not too cold for the geese yet but I'm sure there are a lot of them thinking about heading your way soon.

Halcyon said...

Ah yes... I knew there was a reason they call it the horse capitol. :)

Taken For Granted said...

Horses are beautiful animals. I enjoy your picture of them here.

Jack said...

The horses and green fields are certainly what we think of when -- or if -- we think of Ocala. It is a lot like Lexington, Kentucky, except Kentucky has more hills.

Sharon said...

I chuckled at your comment on my site today. Wait till you see the rest of the pictures I've taken and they are all from the same yard. These peopled moved into the house just across the street from last year around September and when I saw their Halloween decorations I couldn't believe it. They have an even bigger display this year. I'll be posting more photos in the days leading up to Halloween. The funny thing is, they don't decorate very much for any other holiday including Christmas. I was expecting a huge Christmas display last year but, nothing. Strange!

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

There's nothing quite so peaceful as watching horses graze. Reminds me a bit of Tennessee.

Danielle said...

I love the horse farms....I cried when the one on two hundred was made into a shopping center....Bonnie Heath I think it was.....so glad there are still many more to enjoy.

tapirgal said...

You've changed my idea of Florida, if this is iconic. You sure those aren't 'gators in drag?

cieldequimper said...

Sigh. So lovely!

Cezar and Léia said...

idyllic landscape, the horses are adorable!
Léia

Birdman said...

Lowell, stop horsing around and take some photos!

EG CameraGirl said...

Gotta love what makes Ocala the Horse Capitol!

Audrey said...

Merveilleux endroit !

Lea said...

Nice photo! So Ocala :)

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