Monday, March 29, 2010

Hide and Seek with Hank and George















20 comments:

  1. That series of pictures was too cute. I'm glad to see all the boys inter-acting, but heck, they forgot Alan!

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  2. That sky is so pretty, you just don't see blue like that here in Florida.

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  3. George just might be an old soul. He seems to be bonding with Hank. It's very touching to see it happen, and I"m glad for Hank. Please give Hank a big hug for me.

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  4. Cute! Love the coloring in this batch pictures. You have motivated me to go back out and try to get some good pictures of my 'boys'. It was still cold out (MN) but the snow was gone. I opened up the 2nd pasture and laid down in the grass to get some different angles. Our little donkey was so sweet and curious as I am sure I looked different from down there. He used my belly for a headrest for a 2 minute snooze and then went back to grazing. Reminded me of how much joy they bring to my life. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous pictures!

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  5. So cute! Makes me smile everytime I look at your animals and your great pictures.

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  6. Great series of pictures. Perfect story to go with it. And I love the sky.

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  7. They just crack me up....so funny. I love the colors of your pictures. So vibrant and sharp! What views. Thanks for the giggles.

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  8. Nancy in NC3/29/10, 9:04 AM

    That is adorable. George is such a good friend - he knows Hank still needs cheering up.

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  9. Thank goodness you have those huge junipers for the boys to hide behind, huh? Can you imagine how hard the game would be if they only had Doug fir or Ponderosa?

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  10. Thanks for the hearty laugh! :)

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  11. Glad he finally found them. Tag you're it! New game starts NOW!

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  12. This was one of the best - so funny when he came out of the bush! Beautiful light too!

    Susan

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  13. Tag, you're it George. I never get tired of seeing these guys under your beautiful blue NM sky.

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  14. Do you go out and paint your skies before taking photos? I just love your photo essays and your animals. We all eagerly await a new horse...

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  15. I'm in love with that beautiful sky! Brings a smile to my face every time.

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  16. Everything OK over there? I'm sending pre-emptive hugs and hoping that your routine's been disrupted by something wonderful instead of something worrying.
    (This isn't a needs-to-be-posted comment, just an I-know-you'll-read-this-sometime comment.)
    Love and peace to you and the four-legged gang.

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  17. Perfect!! Tehehe...this was the perfect end to a rather long day...giggles& smiles and a fun game!
    Your Header is delightful!
    KK

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  18. Wonderful series of pictures. Love the blue, blue sky and it looks warm. I keep telling my husband we should move to New Mexico. I'm tired of the cold and snow.

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  19. Oh man, I could just sit and admire your photography all day. And I want to just reach in and nuzzle these little guys!

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