31 10 2012

Something beautiful this way comes.

Kwana and “auntie” Winona, walking into sunset (on their way to water).

Double the beauty.

Happy Halloween, folks!

Beauty in motion

30 10 2012

Handsome Hollywood was just featured in a post, but he’s just so photogenic!

Bounce was hanging out with the bands, and Holls was turning back after chasing him away.

Oh, moon

29 10 2012

Isn’t she lovely?

Comanche moon

28 10 2012

What if we threw out everything we thought we new about the Earth and the moon, the universe, the galaxy, the tides and turns of season.

What if it was angels – just angels – lifting the moon into the sky. Raising it – and our hopes and prayers – and lifting those we hope and pray for.

What if miracles happen?

Such beauty in the world.

What if we could hold onto it always?

Two red, one dark

28 10 2012

These beauties are in Storm’s band:

Red Roja, red Gaia and dark Cassidy Rain. Watchful girls in the wind.

In other news, happy birthday, Mom! Love you!

Soft and sweet

27 10 2012

Madison and daddy Comanche. This young daddy is a very good daddy!

Mr. Studly

26 10 2012

Hollywood and Shane:

Do you love those stripes??

Fuzzy bear

25 10 2012

Another dark girl (but she won’t stay dark forever!):

Doesn’t she have the best expressions?

See how fuzzy? We’re supposed to have a good winter (“good” meaning lots of snow (which means summer water)). It looks like the ponies are ready!

Temple and her lovely mama, Piedra. How big the little girl is! And fuzzy, fuzzy!

Another dark girl

24 10 2012

This happened a little while ago:

Aurora has hooked up with Hollywood and his band.

She’s the daughter of Alegre and Bounce, and most recently was with her mother, little sister, big sister and niece in Traveler’s band. Little girl growing up.

Aspen at sunset

23 10 2012

What, you thought this would be a post about Colorado’s colorful trees?

Aspen and Seven were hanging out with Traveler’s band.

Spring Creek Basin boasts a few cottonwoods in various locations, but it’s too low (elevation) for aspen. The cottonwoods along Disappointment Creek are blazing. Some are past peak now, but they’re gorgeous!