Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Digging through the archives...

The other day when we went to Rockville, I had Roger take the back roads in hopes that these guys would be down by the road...
I could not even say for sure if they were there or not.  But they are friendlies...this was taken in April of 2011 and we were by a couple or three days later, and they were up close to the fence.  And were glad for a pet.
I would have loved for Lorelei to get to pet these soft noses.  If I remember correctly, they were interested in companionship and a nice rub, rather than wanting a treat.  Though if I went back and knew for sure I was heading that way, I would love to have a snack of some kind to take.




13 comments:

Tom said...

BIG, powerful and beautiful!

Nancy Chan said...

I haven't pat a horse before. I think it would be wonderful to come up close and pat a horse's nose and make friends with them. Have a beautiful day!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Lindo e belos animais.
Um abraço e óptima Quarta-Feira.
http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

Linda Gross said...

Beautiful horses.

Sandra said...

they are so beautiful and that is what photos are for, to light the spark of memories that we cherish...

Small City Scenes said...

They are real beauties. I love horses soft noses and intelligent eyes.
MB

Henny Penny said...

Aren't they beautiful! I would love to see them in person.

Linda Kay said...

I love these animals. We used to see them at Grant's farm in St. Louis.

Denise inVA said...

I have often thought I would like to keep an apple or a carrot at the ready for whenever we go for a ride in the countryside. The photos of your horses are lovely Rose, adorable face in the last shot.

Mildred said...

What a beautiful sight! You take the best pictures.

pattisjarrett said...

Beautiful animals are hard to resist!

newenglandgardenandthread said...

These handsome guys would probably love some carrots or apples. :-)

Quiltedtime said...

These are my kind of pictures! I've had horses most of my life and never did shake that horse bug. Majestic animals!