A living prayer

6 03 2009

Words are useless to describe my experiences with the horses last weekend. So I’m not going to try. It has taken me several days to even get to where I could look at the photos I took because the memories – and the emotions they evoked – are so vivid, the photos really are just aids to remember.

It’s about the horses. Always about the horses …

Reya, Copper, Spook, Ty, Kiowa

Reya, Copper, Spook, Ty, Kiowa

Spook and Kiowa

Spook and Kiowa

David and Shadow

David and Shadow

Shadow, David and Mesa

Shadow, David and Mesa

Shadow and David watch Corazon and Mesa

Shadow and David watch Corazon and Mesa

Corazon, Chipeta and Mesa

Corazon, Chipeta and Mesa

Shadow and David leaving

Shadow and David leaving

Pinto band settling down

Pinto band settling down

Bruiser and Cinch nearby

Bruiser and Cinch nearby

Shadow and David later

Shadow and David later

Hook, Chrome and Duke

Hook, Chrome and Duke

Duke and Chrome

Duke and Chrome

Steeldusts band in front of McKenna Peak

Steeldusts band in front of McKenna Peak

Ember and family

Ember and family

Mouse and Comanche in front of Brumley Point

Mouse and Comanche in front of Brumley Point

Steeldust and Comanche

Steeldust and Comanche

Steeldust and Hook

Steeldust and Hook

Mahogany

Mahogany

Pinon under a juniper

Pinon under a juniper

Luna

Luna

 

Ember

Ember

Storm and Alpha

Storm and Alpha

7-month-old Storm

7-month-old Storm

Poco

Poco

Roach

Roach

Bones

Bones

Bones and Roach

Bones and Roach

Gaia and Bounce

Gaia and Bounce

Alegre

Alegre

Gaia and Alegre

Gaia and Alegre

Two Boots, Iya and Twister

Two Boots, Iya and Twister

Houdini

Houdini

Houdini and Two Boots

Houdini and Two Boots

Jif

Jif

Jif, Iya, Houdini and Grey/Traveler

Jif, Iya, Houdini and Grey/Traveler

Grey, Houdini and Two Boots

Grey, Houdini and Two Boots

Twister and Iya

Twister and Iya

Two Boots, Grey/Traveler and Iya

Two Boots, Grey/Traveler and Iya

Although not everyone is pictured above, only Seven’s band did not make an appearance Saturday. The pictures of the pintos, David and Shadow and Bruiser and Cinch were taken early in the morning, and the pictures of Grey’s band were taken with the last bit of sunlight and after the sun had gone behind Filly Peak. A full day of horses.

Pictures from Sunday to come …


Actions

Information

4 responses

6 03 2009
Lynn Bauer

WOW!! These are absolutely beautiful!! We feel like we know every one of them by now – GREAT JOB, TJ!!
Lynn and Kathy

7 03 2009
Billie

Goregous photos as always. I love coming to your blog. It is so informative and the photos are awesome. Keep up the good work.

7 03 2009
TJ

Thanks to all of you. Not very informative this time! But this and the post to come have been the hardest to post ever … Some of the best days I’ve ever had with the horses. That sounds strange, and I can’t even explain it. But I do still have more pix of horses not shown from Saturday! I’m not going out this weekend, so hopefully I’ll have Sunday’s pix up soon.
TJ

29 03 2009
RaiulBaztepo

Hello!
Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
See you!
Your, Raiul Baztepo

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s




%d bloggers like this: