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le vrai rdu 12-15-2007 18:13

W/ NW horses
Can't see any W/NW about horse, so let's go

trittium 12-15-2007 19:01

jolefler 12-16-2007 05:04

They shoot horses, don't they?
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So did I "back in the day"!

steve kessel 12-16-2007 05:45

Irish horse
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Taken with a D-Lux 2

peterc 01-10-2008 17:39

My favourite horse pic.

Bessa R, Hektor 135/4.5, Delta 100

Tony C. 01-12-2008 09:56

David R Munson 04-07-2008 17:28

Two from Mongolia

fishric 04-10-2008 01:44

Down and Out
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Ex Derby winner falls on hard times.
Richard F.

Mr_Flibble 04-10-2008 03:07

Some wonderful pictures (and wonderfully funny)
I don't have any shots of horses taken with an RF though :(

Dutch Horse Artillery from the end of the 19th century (Fort Vechten 2007)

Light Horse Cavalry(Zonnebeke 2007)

Though, I might have some pictures of Shetland Ponies next week snapped with a leica...if they came out alright.

Fabian 04-10-2008 04:46

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Went for a square crop...and regret it.:(

EcoLeica 04-22-2008 23:41

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Im doing a research project on harness racing so this is a timely thread haha

charjohncarter 06-21-2008 09:31

Sikario 08-05-2008 04:23

Rolleiflex 3.5F, 75mm Planar, Kodak TMAX 100.

SolaresLarrave 08-13-2008 21:00

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The sign says "Please, don't feed the animal"

Joe 08-13-2008 21:21

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Horses rain cloud sage brush

Dektol Dan 08-15-2008 22:52

Horse and Rider
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Well, here's one.... I guess I have to wait for the Arabian Show to get more.... wait the track opens this fall!

Arvay 08-16-2008 01:09


Originally Posted by David R Munson (Post 793515)
Two from Mongolia

Both are great!

Avotius 08-30-2008 05:22

crawdiddy 01-03-2009 20:40

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Michael Markey 08-17-2010 06:57

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Daughter and horse .

paulfish4570 08-17-2010 07:32

Lovely countryside, lovely horses and lovely daughter, Michael.

le vrai rdu 08-17-2010 07:41

not exactly an horse

paulfish4570 08-17-2010 07:44

Well, a mule is half-horse ...

le vrai rdu 08-17-2010 07:52

it was a donkey :D

kuvvy 08-17-2010 10:56

Michael Markey 08-17-2010 12:54


Originally Posted by paulfish4570 (Post 1392991)
Lovely countryside, lovely horses and lovely daughter, Michael.

Thank you, Paul.

Michael Markey 08-17-2010 12:56


Originally Posted by le vrai rdu (Post 1392995)

not exactly an horse

You get some great equestrian shots.

Michael Markey 08-17-2010 13:11

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Last seasons drag hunt at Over Kellet in the Vale of Lune.
All with an M3 and (I tHINK )CV40SC.
Not the ideal set up.
Must do some better scans.:o

LeicaFoReVer 08-17-2010 13:30

chambrenoire 08-17-2010 13:39

robklurfield 08-17-2010 15:54

this fellow is short, stout pony... and friendly, too...

robklurfield 08-17-2010 15:55

a somewhat more graceful steed...

robklurfield 08-17-2010 15:57

Mrs. Dinger was considered to be one of the foremost authorities on and collectors of carousel ponies...

robklurfield 08-17-2010 15:58

robklurfield 08-17-2010 15:58

robklurfield 08-17-2010 16:04

A dear old friend of mine (and possibly the smartest person I've ever known) who happens to be neurologist and highly-respected researcher said about this image, "one for perception textbooks ... vivid examples of amodal completion of near-foreground plants occluded by fence. Why don't we find completions to the horse's head? Maybe it's a unicorn!"

I'm not completely sure about "amodal completion," but I'm damned sure that this fellow (or gal or gelding???) is no unicorn. In any case, thank you Dr. S.

twit_soup 08-18-2010 11:28

My first post here........

robklurfield 08-18-2010 12:03

nice image to introduce yourself.

Originally Posted by twit_soup (Post 1394238)
My first post here........

coelacanth 08-18-2010 12:18

Strangeluv 08-18-2010 13:10


Originally Posted by coelacanth (Post 1394289)

Wonderful shot!

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