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The innocence of youth
While looking at the beautiful snow around the house, a rabbit jumped out. I flashed the picture to find I was not the only one trying to 'catch' the rabbit.
This horse and rider lost his footing while going into the first barrel at a barrel race. The rider is still astride the horse. You can see her boot still in the stirrup. Both horse and rider walked a
Un-staged scene from a train station in Brussels. I call it 'Reflection' because not only do we see someone in a moment of reflection, the ghost-like quality of the man was the result of the reflectio
My daughter showing her horse at a 4H horse show.
While walking the property, this fox jumped out of the ditch.
Driving to a horse show, I ran across fields of sunflowers.
While taking pictures at an equestrian event, I spied a mother leading her horse, who was being brought up in the rear by her daughter. Not many mounts are trusty enough to lead a little girl with the
Ribbit
Mother Nature's Paint Brush
Reflection of the Canoe
Barrel racer, the grace, speed, and balance of the cowboy and his horse.
Maple Leaf Boat
cheeky
princess
older than his years
haunting eyes
the soul in her eyes
Snow-capped La-Sal mtns as seen from Arches National Park
A Snowy Egret showing off at the Venice Rookery
Whale Shark Glides through shallow waters
Divers observe Manta at Cleaning Station
on a walk in costa rica
10th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Barrel racer, the grace, speed, and balance of the cowboy and his horse.

Barrel racer, the grace, speed, and balance of the cowboy and his horse.

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Redkey, Indiana, United States of America
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© Rhonda Short.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 06.2011
Filed Under: The American Experience
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