Sunday, June 20, 2010

Macro Monday: In the setting sun

I love how everything glows when the sun is just setting on a warm evening.
Twilight, the moment between day and night where it's not quite light and not quite dark.

The suns last rays caught in the mane of my horse just before that moment.
Highlighting every soft little ear hair I neglect to trim off for the same distaste of the bugs that would make her shake her head when she is being ridden in the summer.
Giving me one more glimpse that every brown mane hair on a grey horse is highlighted before falling dark behind the trees and casting an orange glow on the clouds.



Anonymous said...

Great shots. Loved the written word as well. :)

Anonymous said...

Veri nice pictures!

CTG Ponies said...

Very pretty! I love that time of the day. Everything seems "golden".

Far Side of Fifty said...

It is a magical time of day, wonderful photos:)

allhorsestuff said...

Really lovely~

Anonymous said...

i really like the horse ears photo, the natural light is lovely

Jen said...

Pretty pictures! I know that when the sun hits Champ and Rina (sorrel and blood bay respectively) their coats shimmer and sparkle brilliantly in the light :o)

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