I love color photographs. I really do!
Every once in a while, though, I love black and white photos even more. Sometimes a photo says more to me in black and white, as these did, below. I have no explanation for this.
These are a few recent photos of my husband, son, & daughter at the park. It was a record-breaking warm day in February, and as you can see from the clothing, we took advantage of it!
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There’s no doubt about it, some days (okay, many days) I like to think of myself as a country girl at heart.
Perhaps the beauty I find in old rural structures speaks to that.
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I’m not sure if you can tell from the photos, but Jake is HUGE. He is a rescue English Shire horse now living in harmony at Sundown Horse Shelter in Hugo.
I love photographing him, but as you can see, he barely paid me any notice as he gobbled his morning hay and alfalfa.
I could barely get any shots of him not eating. Hey, he has to eat A LOT. Far be it for me to stop him.
Yes, this one, below, is the only one where he isn’t munching!
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It was “unseasonably warm” in Minnesota today, which is in quotes because it’s still hilarious to me that 35 degrees is considered warm here, but oh well. At least I wasn’t freezing!
Of course, it meant I couldn’t resist going to Sundown Horse Shelter and taking some pictures of all the sweeties there.
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