Archive | February 2017

Splish Splash….

DSC_2785.jpgHe wasn’t taking a batch, but definitely is in need of one.  This beautiful boy, Mr. Ben.  Mr.

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This

DSC_2710-2.jpgI wish she was mine, but she is not.  Occasionally she does let me love on her, so I will take that.

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Eyes of Wisdom

dsc_2631This beautiful boy. I am in love with this shot.  I don’t think that it would be as effective in color, so I’m glad that I turned it black and white.  But still….I love this shot and this beautiful boy.

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This face….

dsc_2606-2A beautiful face and one that I will only get to see a couple of more times. He is going to be a police horse…hopefully.  He will be on a 90 day trial, but I really hope it works out for him.  It will be good for him, but I will miss that beautiful face.  That hair.  It is good, though.  He needs a job and he will look amazing marching in parades and patrolling downtown Indianapolis.  It also be good for this Fresian-perscheron boy to be with other beast his size.

Still, this face.  I will miss him.  He has always been my dream horse, so he even though he was never mine…it has been nice being to spend time with him for the last six or so months.

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Buggy….

dsc_2916That is not actually her name.  No, her name is Janis.  Janis Joplin.  I just call her Buggy.  It just started one day, because she is so tiny she reminds me of a little bug.  Then there is a saying, “Cute as a bug in a rug.”  Cute as a bug in a rug?  The more I say that in my head, the more I wonder if that truly is a compliment.  I mean, I guess maybe if you are a bug person, but I’m not.  Hate bugs.

Let me rephrase that.  There are very few bugs that I choose to have anything to do with.  Being as outdoorsy as I am, I have an acceptance and an appreciation for their role….but as a girly girl.  I can’t stand bugs; especially, the kind that jump AND fly.  No.  Just no.  Grasshoppers are my nemesis.  They are shifty and I don’t trust them.  Nope.  Absolutely not.

This little bug, though…I love her.  She is just so stinkin’ cute.  I hope you think so too.

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Remnants of….

dsc_2277Of the angry.  At least that is what this reminds me of.  And…isn’t that what a psychologist would say?  That the person that did this is showing signs of aggression.  Signs that they have no respect for authority or rules.  No moral concept of what is right and wrong.  That they hate the world around them and they’re coping mechanism is to be destructive.  Maybe that is just what my psychoanalytical brain is saying.

Some of which really goes without saying.  Clearly the person that did this doesn’t have a lot of respect.  I mean, what right did they have to go destroy this motel.  Of course why was the furniture left there to be destroyed?  That is a soapbox for another post, so I digress.

We’re all a little rebellious, so I really cannot knock them for going in there.  I mean, if I wasn’t a rule breaker…well, I never would have gotten this shot, but there is still a level of respect I think.  I would never destroy and make my presence known.  Much like when I go camping, leave no trace.  So, this also shows their age, I think.  I have no doubt it was teenagers, or slightly above. It doesn’t matter, though. The damage is done.

As I think back now to when I was walking around, it makes me sad.  It reminds me of how all those “post apocalyptic” movies indicate our future.  The cities we’ve known trashed and destroyed.  This motel would have been the perfect site for one of those scenes.  Is this an indication of our future?  This and the many other buildings that have been abandoned and trashed?  I guess whatever happens is inevitable, but I’m just hoping for zombies….at least those I know how to beat.
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I hope you all have a beautiful day and tomorrow.

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