Saturday, April 17, 2010

Sunday Stills....Potluck....Mustangs

This weeks challenge was pretty much left up to us....go out and shoot something interesting and fun.
Well I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the BLM Adoption in Asheville.  So I figure it qualifies!
They had roughly 80 horses up for adoption.  I would love to have been able to take one or two home, but alas I have no place for them.  Maybe one of these days.
A beautiful black mare

A sorrel and red dun
I want the dun's hair color!


buddies gathering together
for safety




I probably have more photos of this dun
than any other there
so beautiful


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-my husband grows cotton- said...

I really like the 3rd photo! I bet it was hard to leave the adoption empty handed.

Sandy said...

Beautiful horses! And very lovely photos of them too.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Awww, so sad. They all have such a lost look to them as if they feel out of place. And their eyes speak volumes...trying to look brave and tough, yet so afraid.
You captured them all beautifully. The dun is my favorite too. That's the only one with softer, more open-minded eyes. Bet that one sold quickly.

My fave pic is the group shot in sepia. Nice job!


Anonymous said...

these are superb! i honestly cannot pick a favourite because i adore them all!

Ed said...

Great shots! I hope they all found good homes..:-)

Anonymous said...

Lovely shots, but so very sad. I hope they all get adopted.

Tammy said...

I expected to see more fear in their eyes, but only see that in the first two pictures. I think they get some comfort from the other horses in the other pictures. Great shots!

thecrazysheeplady said...

These are really nicely done Colleen. Very expressive and beautiful composed.

Shirley said...

Beautiful photos Colleen. The horse on the left in the third photo caught my heart. In the 4th photo you can see that it is a smoky black, it's just like my mare that I had to put down because of a broken leg 6 years ago.

Brenda said...

oh, they are beautiful. yes, I love the buckskin too, especially the black and white one. I like the other black and white shot also - seems to be like an old western look.

Beth said...

That buckskin is beautiful, all looks so sad and lost though. I hope they find loving homes soon.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Well done..they are getting a chance! I loved the group in numbers:)

Pete said...

great set

CTG Ponies said...

Awesome pics! It would be very hard for me to not take something home.