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    04-15-2010, 08:13 PM
Wow, you take amazing pictures! :) I also love how the second picture of the horse has half wavy hair and half straight.
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    04-15-2010, 08:50 PM
Thank you. I'm trying to tame her mane all to one side, so I only braided the part of it.

I took over 200 photos, but more than 1/2 of them didn't come out. Not sure if I was moving, if the horses were moving, if I had a bad setting/wrong setting. I even tried a different flash setting but that made all the pictures worse. I really need the Nikon for dummies book.
    04-16-2010, 02:02 AM
Ahhh, yes...that is exactly what should happen on a 'windy' day! They look fabulous

My girl got a pedicure day earlier this week...I had surgery just over 4 weeks ago to remove my gall bladder, and had done her feet just before that...well...I couldn't stand her feet anymore, so even though I still have 4 weeks on my "no heavy lifting" I just had to get her feet filed...fortunately she's not like my 2 year old brats who like to see if they can lean on me! Lol! She's due for an entire 'spa' treatment though...with the nice weather everyone is due for one!

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