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I just went (yesterday) to see the Lipizzaner stallions who are touring the US. I saw them last summer, also, and I thought I might post some of the pictures. The gray-maned horse is the Andalusian they had with them. I hope the pictures work- for some reason I can't seem to just copy the pictures over from Shutterfly... Oh well- if it doesn't work I will just try to post them again. :).
 

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okay... does anyone know how to put pictures up? I tried tags but they didn't really work and since the pictures are from Shutterfly I am having problems getting them up...
 

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Maybe this video will help?

Does shutterfly have an IMGcode?

or you can just have the picture on a page (right click on the photo and then select open in new window) and then you can copy the URL and use the little mountain icon to insert pictures

I saw the Stallions last October (in 07), they were spectacular!
 

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Those are outstanding photos :shock: your dad take photos professionally? I went with a friend a few years ago and tho I'm glad I went, I don't remember them being that good. Not sure if they were the same ones or not but I think we had figure out that most of the horses were not in fact all stallions.

It looks like you guys had some great seats! glad you enjoyed it. I love that breed. Another European Breed I love.
 

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wow! I went with my dad like 6 years ago, and they were amazing. I was so happy he took me. Thanks for posting this, about 6 months ago I really wanted to see them again so I looked up their site but couldn't find a date near me, and I checked again tonight and figured out they're coming in like a week!
right on time!
 

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My dad doesn't take professional photos- he just loves photography! He is always taking pictures wherever we go :). We did have great seats- my grandmother reserved seats a long while beforehand so we were able to sit in the seats a few feet away from the horses.
 
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