I’ve always loved this out of focus photo of Dartmoor ponies and I’ve posted it here before in black and white, but that was years ago.
When I went hunting for it for Paula’s Thursday challenge, I found two more taken a few days earlier, it was a good year for ponies at Scorhill.
All I remember about those days was wind and my cagoule blowing around, it’s rather exposed up there and I used a long exposure!
21 thoughts on “Wild dream ponies”
These are neat. I especially like the last one.
🙂 🙂 🙂 I wish you could have seen my face when I opened your post 🙂 They are so lovely, and after a few really beautiful entries like yours I am tempted to give you this challenge again 🙂 Wonderful aquarelle!
Happy to find you on here again, Gilly! I abandoned my wordpress blog but one of your warm comments reminded me of your page, and now I find you here again. My new site is at jennpeters.com -Love a long time reader.
I’m looking forward to seeing more of you Jenn 🙂
You too! I see you subscribed to posts on my wordpress account, but I dont post there anymore. Everything is at http://www.jennpeters.com. ❤
Lovely shots, Gilly. Definitely dream horses.
Oh, Gilly! They are magical ponies!
Marvellous shots, really!
I want to shake my mane with those first two. Love you, sweetheart 🙂
Love the first and last but the second one makes my eyes hurt! I do enjoy seeing ponies in the wild. Must hunt some down. Photographically speaking of course 🙂
A great title! Enjoyed this post!
I’m not a fan of out-of-focus: obviously not as evolved as everyone else! But that first shot is a beauty.
Stunning first photograph. Looks like a beautiful painting.
Beautiful shots. I’ve been a long-time practitioner in the art of the blurry and out-of-focus shot — the problem is that it was never my intention. 😉 These, on the other hand, are very beautiful. Well done. – Marty
Gilly, I particularly like the first and third shots. Very, VERY, nice.
Super pony images Gilly .. so dreamy
Lovely, the soft focus adds to the dreamy theme.