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| p.1 #5 · p.1 #5 · What to post today...... OK so another First from my new Hunting Grounds.. |
Karl Witt wrote:
That horse is HUGE! Or that other one is really small Either way they are both gorgeous animals Lil, powerful look to the 17.2 Hey, I drink a wine called 14 Hands
#7 for me Why thank you my dear! That is quite an off shoot of a bloom, I like your frame filling comp here Lil, a beauty of shot you isolated here and thank you
Really lovely work on the Wilsons Warbler Lil, you got some great poses from slightly above which has not been anything I have had luck with lately on Warblers.
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Naboo's huge. He's even taller than Destined was. Each hand is about 4 inches. So Naboo measures in at 70 inches + as he's actually 17'2" +. That's at the highest point of his back, the withers. He weighs approximately 1800 lbs according to my Vet. We have no scale for him
Colie's only 44 1/2 inches tall now fully grown. He weighs about 375 lbs. So - they're two extremes - one extremely tall, the other extremely small
enjoy your wine
Glad you like the flower/blooming tree. I immediately thought of you when I had shot that - that's one to share with Karl I thought
Glad you like my Wilson's Warbler. He was such a treat I must say. I was ready to go home having given up & there he was
Really lovely set Lil !!
glad you enjoyed
Charlie Shugart wrote:
An excellent warbler series, Lil. (Posey pic is okay also. )
And you caught the jump (#4) perfectly- with the body/tail contorted and none of the toes actually grasping anything.
Also love the horsey shot. I'm a city boy, but I'll bet the Shetland is dominant in their relationship .
glad you enjoyed the warbler series & that the flower was ok
The jump was plain luck as I'm sure you know But I'm so happy I got it
So happy you like the photo of my Big Boys. You're city boy's instincts are correct - - the Shetland is the dominant one. The joke is that the really big guys just can't imagine hurting the little guy (Shetland). So instead he hurts them. There's been a few emergency vet calls I have to tell you. That's why they're rarely out together. But they're very social with each other. Always hanging out together through the barn doors.
Glad you enjoyed