Archive for February, 2011

The Letter E Theme #306

Posted in Photography on February 28, 2011 by paintedmeadows

Black White flowersE for Experimenting!  Having a rough day so trying to relax and play a bit to turn the mood around.  I kind of liked the way these turned out so there you have it!  Today’s pick.

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One Theme #206

Posted in Photography on February 27, 2011 by paintedmeadows

June BugOnce again, my miniature mare June Bug (sorry I cut off her bottom lip).  She was coming over to me for some lovin’.  She is my first mare due and should foal in may sometime.  My stallion, Levi is the daddy.  I can hardly wait!!

Every Day Sights Theme #88

Posted in Photography on February 26, 2011 by paintedmeadows

Big BarneyBut what a sight for me to see everyday.  He is my big, big, big sweet boy and I love him to pieces!!

Bedtime Theme #17

Posted in Photography on February 25, 2011 by paintedmeadows

Bedtime FargoShhhh, it’s Fargo’s naptime!

Woke Up Fargo

Oh sorry Fargo.  Didn’t mean to wake you up!

Calm Theme #34

Posted in Photography on February 24, 2011 by paintedmeadows

Mule DoeThis doe was in my front yard about 15 minutes ago.  She was watching my horses play with an empty paper feed bag.  She sort of looks like she might want to join in.  After the pictures she calmly walked past the house.

Daybreak Theme #70

Posted in Photography on February 23, 2011 by paintedmeadows

Morning sunThis photo was taken out of my back door.  The horses on the bottom are my miniature herd.  A stallion, 3 pregnant mares and a foal.  They love it when the sun breaks through to warm them up.  Unfortunately my truck got in the way of the bottom of the picture.

Precious Theme #228

Posted in Photography on February 23, 2011 by paintedmeadows

RosesThese roses are made of bone china and were given to me many years ago by my Grandmother.  They are about 60 years old I think.  I love them and treasure them.  I lost my Grandmother in October of 2009 just 2 months before her 100th birthday.  We all miss her very much.  She always had beautiful rose gardens and won some awards for them over the years.  She was an artist and did many beautiful oil paintings, quilts and other small projects with knitting and crocheting.  I learned alot from her.  I hope you enjoy her roses.