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I am totally in love with this horse. He has been saved from a place where they could never have a chance! He is a Morgan in breed. He was not associated with
anything breaking wise. He was taken to Julie Robin's Dragon Fly Farm where he is now, and is being naturally broke, to ride, and to trust people. It is a long road for him, but just look at his eyes. To me? He is a God. I am miniscule to him. He is energy and enchantment, he is power. He is
REGAL. Did I say, I love this horse? WOW. He is MAGNIFICENT!
To me, the above photograph screams "INTENSE." What amazing eyes. What focus. What determination. What admiration. Bet you didn't even
notice the pink tongue at the bottom. You were mesmerized by her eyes. This gal has some history and it isn't a great past. Her future is
hugely bright and promising. She recently gave birth to seven beautiful puppies that I was asked to photograph. I have never photographed puppies so young, and it was hard to do. I hope to return to get some better shots. I do have an album of them, and may post them. They are in need of forever
homes! If they are anything like this beautiful, beautiful dedicated creature, they would be, I should say, YOU WOULD BE, blessed to have them in your
life. Maybe, after I hear from the new dedicated owner of "Sheay" above, I will post the puppies tomorrow. I hope you can find a space in
your heart and home for one of them! Question for the viewer "does this dog have a soul?"
Here is a link to some of the upcoming photo shoots that I am doing. I hope you enjoy them.
This photograph was taken last February of 2010. A snow storm event here in South Carolina. There is something about snow that makes you hear,
nothing. The silence of snow. Just looking at this photograph you hear, nothing. Silence. You would think (I bet you do) that this is a black and white
photograph. I would like to tell you that it is. It is not. Can you make out some green in the large X's on the left barn? How about the dark
brown of the hitching post area to the far right of the photograph. Otherwise, yes, you would THINK that this is a black and white. It is not. It is just
about the silence of being - black and white.
Cold snow. Oh, the peacefulness!