Saturday, 2 May 2009

Horses in the mist

30 comments:

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hi Dick,
Very nice impression of changing temperatures in Netherlands, Is the weather in Texel this foggy?

Greetings JoAnn/Holland


(I show more from festival in Naarden on my blog come and see)

Dina said...

Horses--even better than gorillas.
The grass looks tasty.

I am so sorry about the tragic incident your country had. May it be the last one.

Nihal said...

What a gorgeous interplay of light and mist, Dick. Would be such a lovely theme for my paintings. Yes I feel I'm inspired right now:)

Have a very nice Sunday, blessings~

Aggie said...

That is a beautiful lush green - rather like in N.Z. I love misty mornings.

Leni Qinan said...

I love the way the tree branches frame this bucolic scene. Brings me back to when i visited Holland and i enjoyed the sight of sheep, cows and horses on the meadows among the windmills.

I love the mist. It adds an interesting mistery halo to the landscape.

Have a nice weekend.

June said...

Pretty shot!

happyone said...

I love how the horses are framed in the tree branches. It looks like a fantasy land. Very Pretty.
I am so sorry about the terrible incident in your country. Seems like there are crazy people all over the world.

jeannette stgermain said...

This so looks like Holland, with the fog still clearing up. A very peaceful picture...we need that, peace:)

april said...

Very nicely framed with the branches.

Amrita said...

wow that is fantastic

Abe Lincoln said...

This is a very pretty early morning landscape with the horses.

RuneE said...

A framing to be proud of. Excellent!

PS Thank you for the comment - the day is rather special.

Donna said...

Oh Dick! The horses are beautiful!!! I Love this picture!!hughugs

ANNA-LYS said...

Peaceful!!!

Tnx

Judith van Praag said...

Heel mooi Dick. Zijn ondertussen de knoppen aan de boom al open gebarsten? Gr. Judith

Dick said...

Joann - It was foggy this time and not very early in the morning.

Dina - I like the gorillas in the mist too but not that close. lol.

Nihal - You have my permission to use the picture as an example for your painting!!!!!!!!!!
What a terrible attack on the wedding party in DIYARBAKIR.

Aggie - I saw pictures from N.Z. and it looks like this but N.Z. is much more beautiful.

Judith - Nou het gaat nog niet echt snel met die knoppen maar het ziet er al niet meer zo kaal uit.

Thank you all for your nice comments.

jeannette stgermain said...

Dick, it's me again - thanks for the "follow!"

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Lovely pastoral scene, beautiful--I love it.

GMG said...

Hi Dick! Another hectic week and my tour of blogosphere suffers... ;)
Wonderful shot!! Sorry to have missed the give away post... With my luck it would have been mine... ;))

Blogtrotter just ended the tour of temples in Old Town Vilnius and waits for you there. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

i beati said...

wow what a framed shot sandy

thyme said...

Wow. What an amazing shot. And you know how they say "beauty is in the eye of the beholder"? But this beautiful image with the greyish greens and the thin branches framing the dark spots, looks like your eye! It seems almost as if your eye is reflecting it :)

Vaggelis said...

excellent composition!!!

Uma por Dia said...

What a dream!!!!!!
Can I put it on my desktop????

dot said...

Oh Drat! Not only did I miss your give away but I missed thyme's too!
Beautiful picture! This reminds me of the wild horses on Georgia's Cumberland Island.

Anna said...

Excellent photo, like in the fantasy land. Anna :)

i beati said...

doing your own framing I see. Sandy

Astrid Witte said...

Dat komt me bekend voor...jouwes is veel mooier. Waar is de foto met de grijze auto's nou?

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Alflockario said...

Heel mooi gedaan!