A Story in Pictures

Sometimes, I have to be a wee bit sneaky to capture the mares being silly.
Fact is, all too often, they hear the camera and they stop whatever it was I wanted to photograph.

For example, this series.
I had to take my shots through the back screen door…and, as you can see, Astrid was still focused on the door, instead of playing with her equine sisters.







I’m not sure exactly what the conversation was about (I have my suspicions, based on Ruby’s faces at the end πŸ˜‰ ), but it makes for an interesting pictorial story.

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9 thoughts on “A Story in Pictures

  1. Comedy Plus says:

    Sometimes they just won’t cooperate and you do have to be sneaky. Being sneaky makes for some great shots.

    Have a fabulous day. β™₯

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  2. Wyldkat says:

    Is Ruby really sticking her tongue out?

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  3. Astrid needs to be less self conscious, her equine sisters look to be having fun….

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  4. They’re both so cute and playful πŸ˜€

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  5. anne leueen says:

    Well they are busy and it is easy to imagine all sorts of conversations!

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  7. galeweithers says:

    Astrid has not moved from her initial position even once! Loved this post and what a story. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

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