On the road to Connemara, Ireland, headed toward the 12 Bens (hills).
Every time I see beautiful horses out in the pastures, I so miss my very own I had before the kids came along.Absolutely WONDERFUL images today Linda.
Gorgeous photos, Linda!! I just love horses and fences, but I've depleted my supply of fence photos. I need to go on a fence hunt!
How pretty those horses are! Of course the fences are nice too....but love seeing such beautiful animals too!Pam (and Sam)
The horse in the second photo might be thinking about how to move beyond the boundaries made by the fence. ;)
Beautiful country scenes Linda, horses really are the most gorgeous creatures. Hope you have a lovely weekend.
I always love a good horse shot!
they are lovely reasons, too!
Lovely horses Linda!My favorite shot is the last one. Love the focus on the fence and the depth of field in that one.
I agree, Lucky you.
I wonder what the horses think of the fences...
they sure are beautiful, each one of them! =)
Smart way to show off a perfectly good fence...with some horses.
Fences accomplish two functions. Keeping farm animals in and unwanted critters out.At least that's the intended purpose. These fences are keeping beautiful horses.
Beautiful horses. Wonder if they ever think, "don't fence me in?"Hugs,Jann
Oh Linda! I love the horses in your fence photos!!! Love the horse in the bottom shot with that snip of white on his nose :)
Sweet white "stockings" on that first horse and how beautiful the color is of the second against the wild flower pastures.
Beautiful horses! I love when we get to see what those fences are protecting.
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