Thursday, January 12, 2012

They shoot horses, don't they?

But best not do it with a canon powershot.





Oh, I'm so sorry I didn't get this right --if only I hadn't been so lazy. This is Nikon territory. Next time.

16 comments:

  1. Btw, I also have shot a few horses. But it's ok - I didn't need to use a canon. Maybe 1 day I'll show you.

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  2. You and Laurie. Once again in geosynchronous obit on January 12.

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  3. Oh, but I like them. They seem to be from another time.

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  4. I like these photos too!

    When I was young I loved to ride...

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  5. I thought this might have been one of your childhood photos, KB ~ as Susan says, they seem to be from another time. I like them! But whatever you say...

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  6. That's 'cause they're so grainy. I forgot to change a couple of dials. They kind of look like pictures of pictures. But this little girl -- she's just all about the horse, isn't she?

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  7. The canon doesn't seem to have been fatal, thankfully for all involved.

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  8. Like the others...I thought it was a pic of you!!! New camera???

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  9. There's just somefing about a ride at the end of the day, so satisfying. Remembering to remember to take your camera everywhere you go is a skill set...it takes a few misses to make you realize it's worth any inconvenience.

    wv kaggess

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  10. Oh so true, Paula. Walking out with the camera as we speak. (I didn't think you meant obituary, Earl, but glad to clear that up.)

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  11. Oh what a difference a letter can make!!!

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  12. Me too, I love this photos, you had a beautiful place, You are good in horse riding ah..


    Lets Enjoy Philippines | Enjoy Philippines

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