What lies beneath

24 01 2022

This pond is quite a bit bigger than this limited view from the camera shows. Most of it is covered in ice right now, and the horses are drinking from the very edge, which thaws a bit during the day. They help it along by pawing at it to get to the liquid beneath the ice.

It’s one of the most scenic ponds in the basin. 🙂


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24 01 2022
lovewildmustangs

Your picture says much… water…mustangs… hope🙏

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24 01 2022
TJ

Thanks, Karen – I love that. 🙂

24 01 2022
Karen Ann Schmiede

Very pretty picture!

24 01 2022
TJ

Thanks, Karen!

24 01 2022
JoBeth Fettig

Beautiful 💜

24 01 2022
TJ

Thank you, JoBeth. 🙂

24 01 2022
Pat

Great picture! Praying for snow or rain! Keep those ponds full!

26 01 2022
TJ

Let’s have it!

24 01 2022
Mark

Brain freeze!!!!!

26 01 2022
TJ

Ha! I don’t know whether horses suffer brain freeze. They go to water so infrequently that when they do drink, they slurp and slurp and slurp and slurp! It does make you think the cold will go right to their brains! 🙂

24 01 2022
Sue E. Story

This is such a beautiful photo, TJ! And I love that the pond is looking so good. We were so blessed to get those first, few, early snows to help fill the ponds for the dry times this winter.

26 01 2022
TJ

Yes, thank goodness, indeed. Now we need more snow to help keep liquid in those ponds!

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