Monday, June 28, 2010


These guys are my "hobby"horses.
They know they're props
and show up whenever they see the camera.

I don't own them, but we've got a deal;
they eat the grass while I photograph them.
Two of them are good saddle horses,
and the sway-back is a rescue.

I think they do a really good job
of completing the scene up here on Rabbit Mountain.

That strip of sunlight out on the plains
is almost 100 miles away.


Double "D" said...

Incredible scenery!

Last one has a beautiful sky!
Enjoy the peace and quiet which
I assume you have up there.

loriann said...

Hi Sam!
It sure looks beautiful up there! Worthy of a multitude of paintings. Enjoy!

SamArtDog said...

It is a painter's paradise up there. Only problem is the gawking; every turn on your toe is another painting.

Karen said...

What an amazing place to be...lucky you!!

SamArtDog said...

Nice to hear from you, Karen!
Yup, it's amazing up there. I'll post more pics soon.

Jala Pfaff said...

Sweeeet cloud pic!

Anonymous said...

All that big sky and wide horizon puts a quieting in the psyche doesn't it!
Having hobby horses is as beneficial as going out on a friends boat.
You don't own them or their maintenance but get to take advantage of their presence.