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9 11 2021

How is it that such amazing creatures think they can hide behind something as insubstantial as a dead pinon? Maybe they don’t think much of humans’ vision. I fancy I have a very highly advanced idea of humans’ vision, given what’s very often in my field of vision! πŸ™‚


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9 11 2021
12 11 2021
TJ

Very interesting article. Thanks for sharing!

9 11 2021
Trish

Love it ! Hiding in plain sight but not with your eye and lens ! So glad this fall weather is holding and still offering food to the herd πŸ™‚

12 11 2021
TJ

It has been GORGEOUS lately! … If still way too dry.

9 11 2021
Karen Ann Schmiede

Beautiful picture!

12 11 2021
TJ

Alegre is a beautiful girl. πŸ™‚

9 11 2021
Trish

I don’t usually comment twice but wanted to thank Axelsmom20 for the article. Wouldn’t that be amazing to consider all wild horses with such respect

12 11 2021
TJ

Agreed!

9 11 2021
lovewildmustangs

😁Indeed!

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12 11 2021
TJ

πŸ™‚

9 11 2021
Sue E. Story

I love your peekaboo photos, TJ; they just crack me up. Critters always have this expression of “you don’t see me” when they are “hiding” like this and it’s so darn cute. 😊

12 11 2021
TJ

You can really see them thinking about things in those situations. I wish I knew, really, WHAT they’re thinking. πŸ™‚

9 11 2021
Martha Kennedy

“Hi there, Sarah. I’m not hiding. I’m posing.”

Maybe it’s like when I didn’t want to eat my mom’s (gross) pot roast I hid the pieces under the rim of my plate thinking she couldn’t see them because I couldn’t see them looking down at the plate???

12 11 2021
TJ

Ha ha! I don’t know, but it’s funny what we’ll all try to get away with? πŸ™‚

11 11 2021
TamrahJo

LMAO of at this one – on a serious note, though, I’m open to the possibility they line up and say, “Here she comes! Do I look good? What do you think of this pose??” – – the only reason I suspect that is because during my time of working to photograph some other horses for a client’s site? there were a couple ‘hams’ in the group and they did – they posed and looked for where me & the camera was – no matter how much I tried to stay in distance and just catch candids – nope – They would go with their crowd but even in stealth mode, myself, wasn’t long before they were looking over, honing in on me, and galloping right over to me – “lookat me, lookat me! Don’t Iook awesome???” LOL

12 11 2021
TJ

Oh, I don’t think they have any concept of having a moment in time captured for ALL time in a fraction of a second as a single image (though I tell them all the time how gorgeous they are and how much the folks love to see them). πŸ™‚ I do think some horses – especially domestic horses – enjoy being around humans (especially if/when they think the human has something yummy to offer).

17 11 2021
Pat

Ha! I see you!

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