365, Day 304: A Horse With No Name

I was out shooting photos of a barn down the road yesterday evening, when I realized I was being watched.

She was very curious about the person across the road walking up and down taking photos

It was love at first sight on my part

As I walked up and down for different views, the horse moved up and down the fence line watching me

I will go back to visit on the weekend, and go around the side of the corral where I think I’ll have access to touch my new friend, give her a little scratch behind the ears, and a rub on the nose.

Hasta entonces (until then), horse.

NB: “A Horse with No Name” is a song written by Dewey Bunnell and originally recorded by the band America.

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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19 Responses to 365, Day 304: A Horse With No Name

  1. She is looking at you with great intensity and curiosity. Perhaps she has a story to tell. Perhaps she wanted to tell you the ups and down of her journey. Great images! Have a blessed weekend.

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks IT. I think she did want to have a closer conversation with me, and I definitely would love to know what her journey has been.
      Wishing you a restful weekend too! And hope your throat is better, be well.

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  2. Amy says:

    Beautiful photos! So glad to meet your new friend, Angelina. 🙂

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  3. Looks like you made a friend 🙂

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  4. I love this post! Beautiful!

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  5. Nice set of photos. She seems to be very curious & social.

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  6. This series of photos is amazing.. the light is so very dramatic, and the horse so full of intelligence and curiosity! great post! z

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  7. And wasn’t it a great song – its rhythmic cadences immediately recollect-able (sorry, no word I know, but that’s what happened) even after the third word of your heading. And poor horse – so lonely, there by herself behind all that metal. Don’t forget a carrot for your new friend – she looks lovely.

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