Project 365/142 – Filly

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A drive to the veterinarian was needed today to pick up some medications for Remy. I had seen on Wolf Creek Equine’sfacebook page that there were some new babies on the farm. I was hoping to be able to see them on my short visit.

I was fortunate as the babies were in a lush field with their mothers enjoying the day. Of course, no drive to the countryside is complete without a barn capture.

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The horses paw and prance and neigh,
Fillies and colts like kittens play,
And dance and toss their rippled manes
Shining and soft as silken skeins.

Oliver W. Holmes
“How the Old Horse Won the Bet.”

33 thoughts on “Project 365/142 – Filly

    • You can tell this filly will be a handful when she grows up. I got to pet her, talk about soft fur ! Thanks on the barn compliment. I think I’ve found my magic formula for processing those barn images.

      • Hi Emily, I haven’t painted horses yet – but am trying to draw one now. and yes, this would make an amazing painting – I should give it a try.

        Not sure if you saw my posting on Thursday – actually I think you may not be receiving my postings. Several bloggers have had to un-follow and re-follow my blog, for some reason and this seems to correct the problem.

        Have a great weekend – I’m trying really hard to get everything set up on the new website and I might have to re-take each photograph. I know I sound like a broken record, but I’m getting close to having things ready to go – worked with the State and County for taxes, etc.

        • I haven’t been reading for about two weeks now as I’ve been so busy ! So can’t guarantee I’m not getting your posts on my feed. I’m also seeing my reader numbers drop significantly. I’ll pop over in a minute.

    • Thank you Rachael. Funny little bit, I saw the vet and she said that they were painting the barn so the babies were out in the field for a few days. They would lay down like they were in the Serengeti. 🙂

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