Saturday is PhoBlog Day! Gorgeous, Cute, Lovey Horses, Standing Animals and Landscapes of Awe!






Saturday is PhoBlog Day!

But first, you HAVE  to watch this adorable movie with this guy singing to his puppies.  It is tooooo sweet!  CLICK HERE

OK, now back to the PhoBlog!  Today I have assembled horse pics, animal pics and landscapes.  There is no rhyme or reason, I just liked them all.

1)  First we start with this dressage pic I found on a European site.  I just loved this…  The horse is listening with one ear and performing with the other.

2)  Next, I have a baby in a t-shirt.  I don’t know what it is about animals wearing human clothes that just cracks me up!  Considering that some of my cold night newborns have walked around with a twin sized comforter on their backs, these seem kinda ingenious to me.  Here is a newborn pony type in a red T.

3)  I got this group love-in shot somewhere off of Facebook. I wish I could remember where.  It was from a clinic about horsey togetherness, or something to that effect.  If you recognize this, please let me know.  But, obviously, the clinic had great results!

4)  This squirrel pic was floating around the internet and I thought it was cute.  I wonder if this is real or photoshopped…

5)  I grabbed this duckling off of MSNBC Animal Tracks this week.  I laughed out loud!  Is he the duck yoga instructor?  The duck orchestra leader?  The duck wiseguy telling all the other ducks to “get down”!?  Who is this duck of prominence?

6)  These last two incredible landscapes are from photographer, Ron McGinnis (link here).  Yummy.

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