Saturday, June 28, 2008

Camera Critters (#12)

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Last weekend was the annual parade in our town.  Here are some of the horses and riders, who always come at the end of the parade.

 
 
 

We felt kind of sorry for that last horse...

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18 comments:

  1. I think the two horses in the next to last photo are very beautiful! Your last comment make me burst out laughing - you funny chic!

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  2. I love horses, well I love looking at them, but actually riding them...I'm not so good at.

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  3. Anna: I see what you mean on that last horse and its shape may have been the result.

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  4. And we all know why horses are at the end of parades? Because they save the best for last?!

    My Camera Critter is here

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  5. Perfect for the theme, Anna.

    I read your wine-tasting post too. You would love the Australian wine regions.

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  6. I have always liked horses. I remember going horseback riding one summer at camp. I loved that summer. I would love to be able to own a horse someday. (Probably never happen though.) Nice photos.

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  7. oh my....yes...that last one. ugh...poor horse.
    happy CC!

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  8. The appaloosas are beautiful.
    I feel very sorry for that last horse, too.

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  9. The horses are last? Wonder why? :)

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  10. I would say the way he's holding that back leg great colorful shots though sandy

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  11. Oooh, I love horses! They're so beautiful and fun to ride... Great pictures!! :)

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  12. The last guy needs a Clydesdale! That poor horse is way to small. Beautiful horses.

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  13. We're training our own horses to try to participate in a parade. What fun!

    WINGING IT, at Practically at Home

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  14. I love to see horses, but I've never ride on a horse, because it's an expensive (or luxury)activity/sport here in most cities of Asia developing countries. But still in some region horses are public transport, not an expensive activity.

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  15. There are some beautiful horses there! I had to laugh at your last comment too... :)

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