Love the design that the fence puts on the picture. And horses always make a shot better!
This is so much nicer than a chain link fence (which is what I usually see). But then I also don't usually see horses through the fence, either.
Love the contrasts in this photo, warm colors in the foreground against the cool blue-green horizon. And you chose a great perspective from which to shoot.
So serene, a lovely capture.
Great shot and perspective!
As soon as this shot loaded, I thought of TexWis Girl, I knew she'd like it! =) Of course, I do, too! =)
Love the fence, the horses, and the scenery.
this is incred, love the photolove how you framed the shotGreat post, thanks for sharing!if you like we can follow each other on bloglovin :)let me know! STYLE DECORUM
Oh my gosh, this picture brought back some memories. It reminded me of my Uncle's ranch in Grass Valley, Utah. I loved to go there in the summers and it was a favorite place to be. Blessings to you for giving me a sweet memory today.
Hard to believe this fence keeps the horses in! Lets hope the grass doesn't look greener on the other side...I really like the perspective you chose.
Beautiful scenery! Thanks for the visit!
The fence takes an ordinary landscape and makes it extraordinary! What a great shot!
This is a beautiful capture. The horses are magnificent and the way you have composed the shot really shows them off beautifully behind the fencing. What a lovely landscape. genie
oooohhhh susan, this is an amazing picture and view!!for me, the background and hores steal the show!! can i come live with you?!?! haha
* horses....one day i will learn to proof read, BEFORE i hit publish!!
What an amazing view Susan, just beautiful.You a Grinch? I don't believe that at all.Merry Christmas & all the best in 2012.Hugs Rosemary...xx
Lovely colors and the fence nicely frames the horses!
This is a gorgeous scene, Susan.. I love the horses.
You are still the BEST!!! All of your pictures still take my breath away!And you still make me laugh... or the kitty does? hahaha...I wish you all the best. Open a Coke, I will open a Pepsi. Cheers!Love ya!mi
A very nice use of the fence in this "horses grazing" image. Well done.
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