Tuesday, October 12, 2010

AFTERNOON AT THE BARN


Getting on her "high horse" bareback without a mounting block..... good luck Punkin.....


I think I ....... almost got it.........


"watch that spur young-lady!!"



Ah- HA!! I did it....


See?


Proud peacock pecking my paint job....grrrrr


Sister help..


Little girls + baby chicks = hours of entertainment


Brave banana learned to canter.... (mommy held her breath)


Training imaginary horses...

Soaking up these last few weeks of warmth and sunshine and Indian summer days....

12 comments:

Caseybumpinalong said...

What wonderful pictures! Your daughter's horse is beautiful! I especially love the pic with the stick horse (but all of them are just amazing)

Alice said...

what a beautiful horse! and your girls are growing sooooo fast!

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Karen said...

I LOVE these pics! Love the first one of Kirki with E! And the ones of her getting on bareback are so cute! Did you take these with your new lense?

AND Kiki wants to come play with all those chicks in a bucket!

Timeless and Treasured, Photography by Heather said...

A few of them were with my new lens, but the baby chicks were taken with my 24-70L older lens. Still can't decide if I'm keeping the new one..... ugga....

Wendy said...

Oh my gosh--I LOVE the pix :). Good for K for being able to get on bareback and for H to canter for the first time...so cool! I love the "imaginary" horse...LOL :) And, the baby chicks--gosh I want to come play too!

September (or Susie) said...

What gorgeous pictures - love your blog!

Nana said...

Great pictures. Kir looks like an Indian maiden riding bareback. Good job Hannah learning to canter. And Em with her play horse will soon be riding the real ones. Love the baby chicks. They are so cute. Can't believe how much Leigh's daughter has grown.

Anita Johnson said...

Your blog is a dream come true for me. Your photography is STUNNING and everyone knows that I have dreamed of owning a horse for years...now at least, I have horses down the street to pet and beautiful ones to see on your blog. Life is good!