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Well, I finally had the chance to get out there and take a few pictures. It was at about 10 this morning and cloudy so I took more black and white pictures then color. I think I spent about an hour grooming Doc and trying to make him look pretty then this is what he did... go figure smile

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and he's down...

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I really like how this head shot turned out. He's not a very upbeat horse anymore, so it was hard to get both ears forward like the picture before this one.

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Just a different view with Rocky..

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Rocky..

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The twins Motley and Rocky.. hehe

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Cody, Rocky and Ted

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Nap time

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The whole gang, I think this picture would be better if I cropped the very top and bottom.

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Very funny shot of the horse rolling in the dirt! The shots of Cody, Rocky and Ted looking over the fence really look good to me. Thanks for sharing the shots, nicely done!

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Great stuff Natalie. Horses will be horses, and the rolling shot is probably as cool as the posed ones because it shows the horse being himself.

I like the B&W shots a lot, too. I agree the last image could use quite a bit off the top and the bottom to turn it into a panoramic.

Nice work!

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Very nice stuff Natalie! My favorite is the 3 looking over the fence. Those are beautiful horses.

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