August 22, 2011

The drunken foal









Camargue horses are born dark brown or black and lighten to white as they mature. There was one foal among the adult horses - this little guy. When he lay down in the grass, he looked like such a happy drunk.

I'm heading off tomorrow for a vacation in New England. I may not get the chance to blog, but I'll most likely be on Facebook and twitter with briefer posts. I'll see you in September!

26 comments:

Rhianne said...

these are beautiful, I love photos of horses, he looks so content :)

Have a wonderful vacation

szumyztrzaskow said...

I love it

Foxglove Lane said...

Really beautiful, I love your photos on any day!

risamay said...

So sweet!

keishua said...

wow, i love these photos. he looks so happy.

Naomi Bulger said...

Oh me oh my, how I love what you do with a camera! These photographs have such a contented, drowsy quality. What an adorable little guy that foal is.

PK Studios said...

Love, love, love........ : )

lookyang said...

Aww so cute ^ ^ ,i'm always wanna take a photo of horses ....

Marcie said...

What beautiful..evocative captures of these most stunning and gracious of animals. Enjoy your vacation here in New England!

alex said...

Really gorgeous shots, you have a great ability to drive the viewer into falling in love with the subject. Really fantastic.

Barbara said...

wow those are incredibly beautiful

Liz - So Much to Smile About said...

What beautiful images! He really does look so happy!

Christian said...

Your photos are amazing!

swallows and amazons said...

these are gorgeous photos! I love horses and these beautiful pictures really capture these animals! xox

Melissa Blake said...

Wowwww!!! I'm in awe of those horses!! :)

Miriam said...

You're the best! your photographys ar stunning! congrats!

Ivânia Santos (Diamond) said...

Wooow
Wonderful blog!

Lovely photos <33

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Power Supply said...

Great pictures

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jelena said...

Beautiful! <3

azukarillo said...

Me encanta cómo descentras los sujetos de tus fotografías.

Un saludo desde Castro Urdiales, España,

he calls me wifey said...

that sleepy horse shot is just gorgeous. well, they all are!

newmexicomtngirl said...

How wild is that. Love this little pumpkin. thanks for sharing these photos with the rest of us. I'm still thinking of having 25 horses pounding thur the surf towards me. WOWZA
peace n abundance,
CheyAnne

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