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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

FALL is just for pictures, correct?







Yes, more pictures!! Well, I played with Parelli games with the boys on Saturday! On Sunday, I had my best friend Holly come out and play with photography! Holly is a photographer and she has her own photography company http://www.focusequine.com/. She had gotten a new lens and wanted to try it out! I think she could use an old style cardboard pinhole camera and still take awesome shots!!! I will only post two of the boys. Since I really hadn't gotten permission as of yet. But man the fall colors are just sooo awesome! That is why I posted these two pictures. I love the colors, the trees, the pond, and the leaves floating on the pond!!!




Keep it natural~Janine, Enzo and Kaspin!!

7 comments:

  1. Those pictures are great!
    Small world. . .your friend was out at my barn a couple weeks ago to take pictures of someone who boards there and her two horses! The pictures are amazing!

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  2. Allison, that is funny!!! Yeah, I love her work! Thanks!!! I hope your enjoying the MI fall weather just as much:)

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  3. Great pictures!!! Kaspin is BIG for a Haffie :)

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  4. Yes, that's another reason why I got him, LOL. He is 15'2 hands tall. The lowest I wanted to go was 14'3. Thanks!! Fall is fun!!!

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  5. Kaspin looks amazingly velvety :)

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  6. Those a GORGEOUS! She is so talented. Wonderful. I can't wait to see the rest of them.

    I'm going to miss seeing her pictures of your boys when you move. You're going to miss her so much, huh?

    Ahh so Kaspin is 15.2hh. That's awesome. If I could find one that tall I would love to have one. I'm 5'11" tall so I don't like short horses unless they are wide lol.

    They are both so beautiful. I'm glad you're having such a wonderful, beautiful fall. Enjoy!!

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  7. I am actually not going to move. It's a long story(basically money), but I am staying in MI. I am thrilled, since I won't loose my friends and I love them. But I cannot believe I am leaving 17 acres behind in NC. Who knows maybe I'll get there in 10 yrs, LOL. Thanks for all the nice comments:)

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