Cherish is my favorite word, and I cherish the ability of turning the routine into a beautiful moment.
Nature creates in me, a spiritual and meditative time to bring peace, harmony and balance, into an otherwise ordinary day~
Mary Howell Cromer







Thursday, October 11, 2012

A Share of the County Where I Call Home From~



It is such a wonderful place to be, near so many beautiful horses in country that just seems made for them. 
I took these images back the beginning of September and meant to share them before we left on our journey, but we just got too busy. 
These young ones were all so beautiful out in the field with the maresand they were all looking in my direction and felt at ease and then a large truck drove by and frightened all of them away...oh well, it was a nice brief visit all the same~
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


The cooler weather has now arrived and the flies will not be bothering the wildlife so much. 
The facial covers will be removed and horse blankets will be seen throughout horse country all too soon.
 
 


Most of the young fawns have just about lost all of their spots and are doing really well.   This was a piar of twins, but the doe was higher on the hill and I could barely see her.
 
 
 


We live in Oldham County and it has much wealth on the Northern portion. 
Here are a couple of the homes listed for sale and also a few fortunate riders, who did not mind my stopping to photograph them.  

Cheers to them and cheers to each of you. 
Enjoy your weekend, stay safe and take care~
 
 
 
 
 

11 comments:

  1. looks like some arabians, there. so gorgeous! you live in horse country, for sure.

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  2. Wow those are really some great shots of the horses...you captured the whole scene so well..love this posting...hope all is well.

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  3. What lovely countryside and beautiful horses and wildlife! The wetland around the pond looks so green and dense, I bet there are quite a few frogs hidden under those leaves!

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  4. Those are gorgeous horses! I love the first mare and foal. The mare is beautifully marked! If you like horses, Kentucky is definitely the place to be!

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  5. Beautiful photographs, such views always enrapture me. I am greeting

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  6. You clearly live in a lovely (and wealthy?)part of the world Mary. Love the scenes of the horses, especially the first two. Have a lovely, photographic weekend - I'm sure you will.

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  7. Oh the horses are so beautiful!! Wonderful photos from you :) And your header is great! /Susanne

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  8. Beautiful horses and the deer are so nice.
    Wish you a nice weekend.
    From Hilda

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  9. Mary, they are all beautiful horses. Love the foal shot. The deer are cute too. Wonderful photos and mosaics.

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  10. homes in oldham county ky is the best and really very useful property and If you are really looking for property then this is the best place for you.

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