Saturday, August 20, 2011

Finally Together




We introduced Ace and Weston in the same pasture this week.  At first, they didn't know they were together.  Suddenly, heads were up, the stare, and they knew.  Off they went.  The earth thundered beneath their hooves, the grass swayed, and their manes blew in the wind.  They ran in tandem with each other.  They were beautiful.  They were free.  We only left them out for a short supervised time. They were good boys.  We'll try it again soon.

20 comments:

  1. They are so perfect!!!
    How come you can't let them out more often? Obviously, I don't know much about horses. :)

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  2. Gorgeous photos...they are lovely looking boys

    Blessings Kelsie

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  3. These photos are great, very moving!

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  4. Weston is soooo pretty. Is he a yearling?

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  5. They are beautiful!! What would happen if they were left unsupervised? I know very little about horses {So I LOVE your blog...always something new}. Love your pictures!

    XO,
    Janie

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  6. All I could think of when I saw this picture is 'poetry in motion!!' :-)

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  7. There is nothing nicer than watching horses gallop freely.

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  8. Oh how very beautiful, thanks for sharing.

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  9. Such beautiful complimentary opposites! Stunning to look at.

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  10. I love your post with your horses-so beautiful!

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  11. Such beauties!!!

    Love the contrast in colors too! Is Weston a dark bay or a black?

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  12. My goodness, it's so beautiful. I'll bet it was just breathtaking to watch.

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  13. I love these photos I can almost feel the wind as they pass me by. B

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  14. They look so happy to be together! Beautiful horses and photos!

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  15. I take it Weston is quite a young horse, I like his markings he looks good, Ace is looking good too they make a nice pair.
    Regards
    Edward

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  16. Beautiful, happy animals. Why can't they be left together all the time? Just wondering.

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  17. oh, such beauties! love it!

    thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment! really appreciate it! love all your critters here!

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  18. As a big horse fan,
    these took my breath
    away. I tried to get
    some horse pics while
    I was out west, but
    they were mediocre, most
    especially compared to
    these. Love 'em!
    xx Suzanne

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous! Hi Debi, thanks for stopping by my place and leaving that nice comment for me. I really enjoyed seeing that post with your (almost) last harvest. Love those baskets you have them displayed in too. ~Lili

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