Monday, April 27, 2020

Today's photos

Both of today's challenge photos are pretty basic. The prompt for the April Photo Challenge was "Dun." I used my North Light Fjord, Bjorgi, and took the photo from above to highlight his dorsal stripe.
The Shelter & Share prompt was "Favorite Plastic Model in Your Herd." As always, I have a lot of favorites, but if you really pressed me, that title goes to Zucchini.
That's all for today!

10 comments:

  1. Love that you still have some of your originals in the herd. I remember (and still have) the first and second Breyers I ever received but the memory gets a little fuzzy after that.
    Kim from WI

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  2. Excellent choices. These challenges have lots of room for variety and it’s fun to see individual interpretations and execution. I’ll be bummed when the month is over!

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  3. I don't think I have favorites either. I have horses that it would be really hard for me to part with for one reason or another, but not favorites really.

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  4. Did you really name that horse Zucchini when you were a kid? That's awesome. My childhood horses were all called something like "Lady," or "Brownie," or "Lightning." I never, ever would have thought of "Zucchini."

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    1. I don't know if I thought of it or one of sisters, but her name has always been Zucchini.

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    2. Any other fantastic names from your carpet herd? Zucchini is a great name!

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    3. Well, I think Braymere is a pretty good name! I can't take credit for that, my older sister named him.

      Some of the other names from the earliest group of models are Aspy (Zucchini's foal), Arkansas and Foop, which was short for Foolish Pleasure (lol). Also, Misty, Stormy, Justin Morgan and San Domingo. Sometimes we weren't creative.

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  5. I also have my first horse from when I was small kid is the Palomino Western Horse.

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  6. I think my favorite plastic is my Peter Stone ISH RJ Masterbug. He is a portrait of one of the horses who played Hidalgo in the movie. I think I like him better than my Breyer Hidalgo.

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