Sunday, April 5, 2009

Sunday Stills: Animals of Husbandry

Here are my attempts at getting three animals into a picture for this week's Sunday Stills. They don't hold still for long...



24 comments:

Flying Lily said...

Pretty ponies on the march. Sometimes it seems like they know we are trying to get a good picture and they just thwart us on purpose.

The Wife said...

LOL! They were intrigued with what you were doing. My horses are the same. I have to take pictures real quick or they are on top of me!

Shirley said...

I know that sequence only too well: "What'cha doin'? Photos? Wanna close-up?"

MariesImages said...

Love the different views of the ponies! Nice shots~

dibear said...

Great try. The horses are really beautiful.

Flo said...

Beautiful horses. I like the last picture, great angle.

Mine is up over at my photo blog.

Train Wreck said...

Oh I like th elat shot of the "Nuzzling Muzzles! Good job. I like the "Sunday stills. Everyone has such great ideas. And all so different

CTG Ponies said...

Mine do the same thing! They want whatever I have in my hand. Nice herd.

HorseOfCourse said...

Very nice sequence.The angle and composition of the last one was interesting, it makes you wonder what they look at.

Katharine Swan said...

The last photo was great. I particularly like the shadow of the fence on Gabbrielle's face. Very nice. :o)

I've got a post scheduled for tomorrow that shows another way to get three horses into the same shot. ;o)

ranchette said...

I like that last one too. Interesting angle.

Andrea said...

They are too cute!! Those three amigos!! Is that the shadow of chicken wire on Gabrielle's face? Fun pictures!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Yay! You did Sunday Stills, too!

The last shot is my fave. It looks sort of artsy how they are all arranged in front of the camera.
And Bombay looks like Spiderman with the shadow of the fence on his head! lol :)

~Lisa

J9 said...

I actually like the final shot the best, with the shadow of the chicken wire.

Kelly said...

The last is my favorite...love horse muzzles -- they're so soft!

Grey Horse Matters said...

It's so hard to shoot a moving target. Not a bad job though.

Cheryl Ann said...

Good job!

Wilmoth Farms Rachel & Her Farmer said...

I like the last one! I like interesting photos with different views! Great job!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I also like the last shot, great perspective! :)

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

That last picture is awesome!!

Rising Rainbow said...

I'm with you, getting them to hold still long enough to get them all together in the same frame is quite a feat. Good shots.

Jen Mo said...

Great shots! But I like the third the best!!

Regular Guy said...

I like the second shot all lined up. Nice job. Your pictures from today are good too.

Pete said...

I like that you are below the normal hight for the shots. Very intriguing.