Sunday, August 2, 2009

Sunday stills: Fences

Indigo in the round pen using the fence as "leading lines"(Click images for full view). I wanted to have her intentionally out of focus. I like it. I've tried a hundred times to get a fence in this focus. I've always thought I got it but when I put it on the computer it was the complete opposite. I guess adding my horse made me look at the lines of the fence and give me a subject beyond the focal point.

Boy it feels good to have my camera back. I know it was in good hands with my aunt but I still missed it.

More of the barbed wire I took today. Hey it used to be a fence. I've always been entranced at how the wire has been hanging on that post forever and never fell off. I just love it's old rusty sharp barbs.

Hope everyone had a good weekend.

13 comments:

moresecretwhispers said...

the 2nd photo is very unique & wonderful
:)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Unique angle in the first photo. I was nodding my head at what you wrote about photos looking different when they are still in the camera. I try not to delete too many photos off my camera before uploading them because quite often I get a huge surprise by what I find. lol!

That second photo is my favorite. I know barb wire isn't the best kind of fence for horses, but it does a good job with keeping cattle in...and it just looks so...'cowboy western'. Cool!

~Lisa

Ed said...

I agree with Lisa, great angle on the white fence! Love the barbwire too...:-)

WildBlack said...

Very nice shots! I love both the shot! very different prespectives! Great work! :D

thecrazysheeplady said...

I like the roll of fence - good catch. Also, the centipede below - great shot!

CTG Ponies said...

Very nice! The fence in the first shot is a really cool angle.

lisa said...

I love the one with the barbed wire. Makes think of the old west!!!

flowerweaver said...

The barbed wire fence shot is charming!

VioletSky said...

Yup, that barbed wire looks so old western. And it never rots.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I like the barbed wire photo also, very cool:)

Kelly said...

Wow....I love the barbed wire shot too! Great!

dibear said...

I loved the barbed wire fence. Nice shots.

LuLo Designs/Blue Eyed Tango said...

I like these shots! Thanks for stopping in Sydney! To answer your question about seizures....not sure they know exactly what causes them. I think sometimes if Tanner gets dehydrated he'll have one but not the case this time. My word ident. was baledogi....that's what our horses are! LOL!

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