Horses wild at heart

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Horses are among the most beautiful animals. I walked in the village the other day (or actually a couple of weeks ago), and I looked at grass growing and fields turning green. And I admired a couple of horses on a pasture. Suddenly I realized that part of the fence was destroyed. So did the horses, and suddenly they were loose. Running through the landscap at full speed. I run to the nearest farm. The wrong one. But a girl there run to the right one, and the owner went after the two horses. I hope she succeeded and all went well. Even with the field. Here is a link to more photos of horses.

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65 thoughts on “Horses wild at heart

    1. That is a nice remark, Yoshizen. Thank you. I forgot to mention these are taken with my quite new Olympus OM-D E-M10, that is a small and mirrorless camera. It is not bad, but not used to it yet. Very handy size.

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      1. In that case, Olympus may appreciate for their
        catalog sample.
        (In fact I’m also considering those mirrorless camera,
        or even a compact camera from Panasonic.)

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  1. Thanks for coming over to my blog and liking some posts 😉 These pictures are so great, Bente, the last one is a masterpiece! I love horses, and used to go on horse trekking holidays often, I can imagine Norway has wonderful areas for such activities … but horses on the free run are magnificent, you really were lucky to “catch” them by camera ;-))

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  2. I love to watch horses run, full of joy. It’s a wonderful sight. They are beautiful animals – so graceful. When I’ve been volunteering, I enjoy brushing them and combing their manes. They seem to appreciate that.

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  3. Hester var min store lidenskap i mange år. Jeg vet hvorfor, når jeg ser bilder som dette. Sterke, vakre dyr… En fin opplevelse du fikk, selv om hestene var på rømmen 🙂

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  4. Our horse has escaped a few times. I think he loves to gallop around an unfamiliar place. But once the novelty wears off (which doesn’t take long) he wants the comfort and security of his pasture.
    Beautiful photos.

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