April 6, 2017

Horse Country Random-osity

The Good: I'm experimenting with a photo-editing software called Movavi. It's quick and fairly easy, in most ways.

I don't know if you can read the smallest of the three signs, but it says "Caution. Horses, Riders, and Hounds!" (I added the punctuation; our highway signs are very sparing with it.)

The Random: We can't talk about horse country without some horses, can we?



The Fun: I enjoy public art and if it shows an animal, so much the better!

This is a monument to a Civil War cavalry skirmish near Aldie which I've shown here before (in 2013) and also way back in 2004 on my Civil War Field Trips site. I miss those trips with a Northern Virginia Community College class; I took a series of them every summer for 20 years! Finally Dr. Poland retired so now I content myself with an occasional tour at one of our local battlefield parks.

Linkups: Signs, Fences, and Good-Random-Fun

11 comments:

  1. Those horses seem to agree the grass is greenest and tastiest right next to the fence!

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  2. Pretty horses in the field, and I like the monument, too! Have a great day!

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  3. ...a lot of signs to read.

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  4. Each photo is wonderful and love the fences and horses ~ thanks,

    Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^

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  5. You've got so much of the Civil War right at your proverbial doorstep. The horses must be glad to see spring.

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  6. I've read about the skirmish at Allie, but have never been there. I would have enjoyed the class trips you took!

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  7. Way to incorporate the 3 memes together. Nice sign/warning, good fences & I liked the art with the horse on it too.

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  8. I really like the shot of the horses grazing.

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  9. I really like the horses and the zigzag fences shot, too. It's has a lovely peaceful quality.

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