My black horse is very silly and handsome. He is hard to train most of the time.
@stevenson - you have a great eye! Those windmills ARE in Tehachapi (at Sand Canyon). That's where I live. 😊 The only one of those pix NOT in Tehachapi is the 2nd to the last one ... that is going north on the 395, just about to hit Kramer Junction/the 58.The cloud is so neat. Those wind mills remind me of the ones in Tehachapi CA.
I love it with the highlights in the mane AND tail! Looks like he was whipping around to see the beautiful sunset. Well done!OK I will post one of mine. I can never get a good picture of a sunrise or sunset like you guys did. But what I liked about this picture was the way the setting sun lit up Rowan with red highlights. And his long mane! I had to work to pose him for this shot, so I'm glad it came out OK.
Your photo isn't exactly red, but it is extremely bright colours anyway!I have to laugh at myself, I was enjoying all these very beautiful sun rises and sunsets and the one I posted, I took the picture because of the so very red colours.
Then I went to the Optometrist and found out I have a cataract coming in my right eye and it enhances all the reds and golds way more than they really are which leads to colourful sunsets that nobody else can see as I do.😄
Now when I go shopping for clothes I remind myself to close the right eye to get the true colour of what I am looking at.
when I look at all these great pictures I look with both eyes then just the left to see what everyone else sees.
@Horse & Dog Mom thank you! I like landscape better for a lot of subjects but sometimes a landscape picture makes it all better. Just in some cases though.@ younghorsetrainer: Nighttime pix are tough. Even when I use our DSLR, by the time I fuss with settings and such, I tend to loose 'the moment'.
I think your pix are still great. I personally like landscape mode for a scene vs portrait for an object. A lot of time I just go with landscape and crop if I need to.