It's winter here, which means snow and ice and occasionally, super artistic fog.
This weekend, I wanted to see how Courage was feeling, so I put him in a great outfit to lunge him.
But I liked my cool, arty-ish arena shot, and I thought it could be even cooler with the dressage horse standing on the only exposed patch of sand, staring off into the distance.
I set up that shot.
Courage sort of looked at me.
|hooman y u so dum?|
It wasn't the arty shot I had in mind, but I guess it worked out ok?
PS Yeah it took like 10 minutes to catch him in a super tense walking chase because I DID NOT WANT him to break my favorite reins and he DID NOT WANT to play along.
But he felt great. So if I could ride. That would be something.
He certainly looks greatReplyDelete
I think so, but I tend to be partial.Delete
I've played that game of trying to catch my horse and praying he didn't bust my reins. Thank god he shoves his head straight up in the air...ReplyDelete
Win some, lose some. ;-)Delete
That picture of him walking away is actually sort of cool and wistful looking ;)ReplyDelete
None of the others were even remotely interesting, so I was really glad that one came out.Delete
Sorry to hear you are still grounded but glad you weren't hurt worse in that traffic accident! I try going for artsy photos time to time and 99.9% of the time its the totally random, unplanned shot that looks the best. Go figure!ReplyDelete
It would probably help if I arted better in general. Oh well.Delete
oh my been there with the casual walk/chase scenario (Dont you are break my reins horse in my mind the whole time:) HA hope you feel better soon!!ReplyDelete
I'm protective of all my tack but these are my super favorite reins I got for a song and can't replace without selling an arm.Delete
We live to entertain. I think.Delete
Oh dear...that was not a good 10 minutes. Haha.ReplyDelete
Yeah kinda stressful. :oDelete
Ooh, I quite like the Courage leaving shot actually!ReplyDelete
He was very purposeful. Never left the walk, never let me get close. DAMMIT HORSE.Delete
lolz i'm not going to admit how often this or something like it happens to me. like when i leave charlie's stall door wide open to ooh and ahh all over his stately handsome self standing in the doorway like a gentleman.... right up until he decides to leave. lolReplyDelete
Usually he's a champion poser who I can just park anywhere.Delete
But usually he also gets turned out/worked regularly and that isn't happening right now.
This basically happens to me on the regular. The other day Pig was nearly halfway out of the parking lot before I realized he'd left the indoor. Whoops.ReplyDelete
Omg I couldn't even. I'm wildly neurotic.Delete
Hahaha oh C-rage, always keeping your 'hooman' on her toes 😂 glad he feels good! No doubt you'll be joining him soon!ReplyDelete
I sure hope so. The current situation is poo.Delete
See ya mom!ReplyDelete
Pretty much. ;-)Delete
Been there, done that, horse broke the reins/cheekpieces. Hope you are back in the saddle soon.ReplyDelete
Oh man I'd be so sad if that happened. Plus he'd probably re-pinch the nerve in his neck.Delete
You need to frame that "Loose Horse" shot and hang it in the living room!ReplyDelete
I'm trying to save my wallspace for someday when he's going in a double and I get a really fantastic picture. We'll see.Delete
Ha ha ha. I wondered if you photoshopped yourself out to make he photo better. Then wondered if no, your horse was just on a walkabout.ReplyDelete
Hahaha yeah it's a really cool picture until you start to think about it.Delete
He looks good standing there. Looks equally good leaving.ReplyDelete
That's pretty meta.Delete
ha! Horses are such jerks. I actually love the shot of him walking away though!ReplyDelete