April 23, 2016

Horses Near Millwood


Today I visited some Clark County estates that were open for Historic Garden Week tours. I was delighted to see horses! This part of Virginia has many horse farms.

Horses are intelligent, and they made me feel a little guilty for not bringing them treats.

Sharing with Saturday's Critters









12 comments:

  1. What a treat! Horses are gorgeous animals. I'm always happy to see them.

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  2. I so love horses, I'm looking forward to the day when we'll be able and have them here at TENUTA GEREMIA, it's a dream of mine, and with your shots you've caught all their beauty and sweetness, my darling Linda, thank you !

    Hope you're enjoying your Sunday,
    I'm sending you love and gentle hugs on the start of your new week ahead,
    with much thankfulness

    Dany

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  3. What a nice posting.
    I like ALL the images.
    Happy Sunday!

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  4. Hello, I love to see the horses too. Pretty scenes and photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  5. I always like to have a chat with horses.I ride quite a bit.

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  6. Such lovely images, I like them all, but the first one is my favourite.

    All the best Jan

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  7. Terrific shots of these horses, Linda!

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  8. Wonderful horses---I really like them. Great pictures.
    MB

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  9. Beautiful animals. I really like that first photo.

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