Thursday, April 8, 2010

Through the looking glass








20 comments:

  1. Uh oh, that happened to the cone? I guess in the last picture George and Alan are wondering what mom did with their cone ... LOL ... it certainly wasn't their doing, I'm sure!

    Neat pictures.

    You have gloves and a heavy jacket on ... hasn't springtime arrived at 7MSN yet? We have been setting record high temperatures the past week and tonight winter cold moved in again for a few days ... yikes!

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  2. Magical! :)

    (look out for the Cheshire Cat/Deets!)

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  3. Picture Perfect through any looking glass!! These beauties sure know how to pose!! ((smiles))
    Blessings to you and yours, Love and Light, Nina P

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  4. Y'know....you could decorate the boys' stalls with their pictures framed in their decimated cone bottoms.

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  5. It must be awful cumbersome to try and take photos and hold that perfectly framed at the same time! Love the creativity.

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  6. I laughed !! Then I looked. Like the gloves on your hand,great photos, and above all a really good site, interesting!

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  7. Where is the rest of it?

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  8. They have done quite a number on that cone! Bernard and Ellsworth seem to be so into their newfound freedom with the new fence that they really haven't been playing with their toys much lately.

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  9. Nancy in NC4/8/10, 6:49 AM

    Oh yeah! You are definitley talented.... holding the cone, holding the camera, etc.... You rock Carson!

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  10. Pat, springtime? I wish. I think the only day I haven't worn a heavy coat and gloves since November was on Easter. Unplugged the tank heaters two days ago and have had to break ice both mornings since. Grrrr.

    June, you've given me a fabulous idea! Thanks!

    Sandra, "picking up cone pieces" is on my daily chore list.

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  11. I hope they don't eat those cone pieces.
    Gee they really did kill that cone.

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  12. Fun pictures! I love the 1st one with mouth on gate and eye on mom.

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  13. I enjoy your photo journals. I can spend a lot of time on your site. Love it! Thanks!

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  14. What a marketing idea, eh? I can see them now, cone-based picture frames scattered around Macy's this Christmas. I know one will be on MY list.

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  15. Glad my equines aren't the only ones that gnaw on panels! Or destroy their toys!

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  16. Creative shots! Gosh, still looks cold there, you've got your fingerless cozy gloves on! We've had an amazingly warm winter, until the past few weeks, now it's like cold, windy, hail, even some snow. Bizarre!

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  17. Yer welcome, I'm sher. ;-)

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  18. love the last shot. how'd you get them to pose for you like that! must be pretty smart donkeys :)
    (or you have a pretty quick camera!)

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  19. Whatever is on those panels must taste darn good! Of course, the posing looks so natural.....they probably "practice" when you're in the house?

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