Amazing photos, a bit of Spring frolic going on there! I just love the pictures when she looks at you straight on, so very focused. Even in the last photo, she seems so tuned in to you, whereas the horses behind her are less intent.
No, Joanne, you're right--a great observation on your part--they don't look at me like she does. She is a very focused, intense horse. She has been far different than any of my others. I often wonder, and maybe I'll never know unless I adopt another Mustang--if they all have this quality. Some of them I read about seem more laid back.
I should add--I took those pictures from far away on 18x. I had gone out to the pasture to do chores and let some of them out and they took off in that free-for-all you see there. I grabbed my camera, but it didn't have the card in it :( ---so I ran back to the house and just caught the tail end of all the ruckus. Beautiful spotted me from far away and stopped.
Beautiful is beautiful. Good photos. In the second from last picture she looks like a rocking horse or a child's toy. She was having good fun, that's for sure.
Wow! She sure is frisky! It was 90 degrees here and I nearly MELTED today! Ugh! Too hot, too early!
She does look like a toy! That's a great shot of her taking off and being the young one she is.90 degrees? You've got to be kidding?? It's like we can always add 30 degrees to whatever temperature we have up here and that will be your temperature!!
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