Friday, September 10, 2010

Photo-Finish Friday - Parade

The Bag Lady loves teams of heavy horses. Aren't these beautiful?



Photo-finish Friday is the brain child of Leah, at the Goat's Lunch Pail.

16 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Truly gorgeous.

Reb said...

Me too! They are beautiful.

messymimi said...

Yes, beautiful!

We get to ride behind a team of huge lovelies like that every year at the Christmas in the Park Festival. It is my favorite thing there.

Bossy Betty said...

Love to see these big horses!

kcinnova said...

Hmmmm... why do teams of heavy horses make me think of beer? ;)

Janell said...

I love me a big ole horse!

Dawn said...

I'm a big fan of heavy horses too. They manage to combine strength, beauty and gracefulness in a way that few animals can.

Gail said...

I love drafts, which is good since I have a draft pony.

solarity said...

The first pair are beautifully in step, but for some reason I like the second pair better. (Not that I think I can judge without seeing any motion.) I do so want to learn to drive some day.

Mary Anne in Kentucky

Hilary said...

They are indeed.

Sagan said...

So beautiful. And strong! Love that strength.

CherylK said...

Those are not only beautiful...they're MASSIVE! What kind of parade was it?

Amy Mullis said...

I love them! And as always beautiful photography. The closest we get to something like these guys is when the Labradors get their leashes tangled and run down the driveway together.

Glam said...

holy cow, er, horse! those are some huge horses! i loooooove horses, but have to admit i haven't ridden in almost 9 years. sad.

maybe someday i'll get the cowboy AND the horses too!!!

THE OLD GEEZER said...

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God Bless You ~Ron

Conny said...

The Bag Lady was run down by a team of horses? Just kidding - it's been a while since I've visited here and noticed your absence. It's a busy time at the ranch and in town. See you on your return. Cheers ~ Conny