Hello everyone !
I guess you could say I love horses and barns, since it is the second time I share photos of them. Last time they were summer photos and now with the winter landscape they are just as beautiful as the summer ones. I love winter sceneries, and when framed, some photos here would make a nice wall decor. These horses and barns are close to my home, the red barn is just a 5 minutes walk, so one sunny morning I went to see the horses, accompanied, of course, by little Winny. When we arrived they were lying on their back, rolling joyfully in the snow, the same way dogs do. It was so funny watching them. Unfortunately I couldn’t take pictures of it because I don’t have a tripod and telephoto lens (yet…) and they were just too far to make a nice photo.
According to Wikipedia “the Percheron is a breed of draft horse that originated in the Perche valley in northern France. They are well-muscled and known for their intelligence and willingness to work.” They are beautiful horses. One day I was walking along the road when six of them arrived running at high-speed and I could feel the ground shaking under my feet as they approached. When I experience magical moments like this, I call them “moments of grace”.
I love this photo. This horse had fallen in love with my boyfriend, he was following him every time he would move. He wouldn’t even look at me. It’s so beautiful to see how they look into each other’s eyes.
I hope you enjoyed these photos and collages, I had great pleasure creating them. If you would like to see my other post of horses and barns in summer it’s here.
I wish you all a very nice week-end ! Mine will consist mostly of cross-country skiing, tomorrow we have an open house activity at our ski club and I will be patrolling the skate-ski trails for the most part of my day.
I’m joining The Little Red House for Mosaic Monday
Bluff Area Daily for Barn Charm and
McDougall’s photography for Fabulous Friday