Along for the walk

18 09 2022

I’m not really sure what it is about this scene that I like so much. The band had been napping with some other bands, and at some unknown-to-this-human signal, grazing among all the horses recommenced. While the other horses grazed where they’d been napping, Buckeye’s mares decided to forage farther afield. Aiyanna was leading at this point, and she’s out of the frame to the right, up the hill.

Buckeye followed along, of course (the tree at left is the same tree at right in the pic of Dundee and Rowan).

I was fairly far away, but something about the background and smoky, diffused light caught my attention. (Don’t worry, the smoke wasn’t from local fires, and after a little more recent rain, our sky is much brighter again.) …

Just something a bit different.


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10 responses

18 09 2022
Pat

The pics are misty apearing and that is unusual .

18 09 2022
TJ

Our skies were smoky before the little rain last week. Maybe that’s it?

18 09 2022
Karen Schmiede

The girls are in charge!

18 09 2022
TJ

You bet they are! πŸ˜‰

18 09 2022
Sue E. Story

The pale light and pastel colors here are really pretty! And then there are Buckeye and his girls – icing on the cake!

18 09 2022
TJ

So true. πŸ™‚

18 09 2022
Martha Kennedy

You vanished from my reader but I found you. I will catch up. Here in the SLV fall wants to arrive but summer pushes against it — for now.

18 09 2022
TJ

I wondered whether you were chasing outdoor time. πŸ™‚ Same here re: the seasons. Nights are crisp; days are still toasty and dry.

18 09 2022
Martha Kennedy

I thought you might have been wrapped up in a project and that’s why I didn’t see the horses! (or you) A couple of my readers have lost my blog that way. I’m glad I checked my list!

18 09 2022
TJ

Now and then, some people tell me they stop getting the email from WordPress about new posts, but I don’t have anything to do with that and don’t know how to do anything about it. Glad to have you back. πŸ™‚

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