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Winter Buddies

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We have a new “guest” here on the farm. You can read about Rascal’s story on my horse blog.

4 responses

  1. You have snow! Sooo jealous… (Never thought I would say that…) We are drowning in rain here, everything is muddy and… well, wet 😉

    December 22, 2013 at 3:28 PM

  2. Ah, yes … snow! It’s a bit early this year. I keep telling myself that maybe December will be our coldest, snowiest month of this winter … but I kind of doubt it! We just had two days of mid 50s and low 60s and all that snow melted into a muddy mess. But I’m not complaining. I’m not fond of the bitter cold and snow!

    December 22, 2013 at 8:41 PM

  3. LOVELY light. Wow, what lovely light to work with. I’m not a photographer but my husband is, and he’s taught me a little about it. Having grown up in Michigan, I quickly learned to hate snow. Now I live in WA, where it rains a lot. I recognized that light right away, though. There’s a certain clarity and lucidity to winter light, and I have no idea how to describe it.

    December 23, 2013 at 11:35 AM

  4. Thanks! I generally don’t shoot at dusk or the “golden” hour. I prefer early morning light, which can be just as good if not (sometimes) better, depending on the conditions. The best morning light (here) requires some heat and humidity, neither of which I enjoy, but I tend to be more on my game then than at dusk. It’s hard to shoot winter horse scenes. You have to get out there early before they make a mess of all the nice clean snow. On this day I just happened to get pretty lucky! Glad you liked it!

    December 24, 2013 at 7:18 AM

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