October 23, 2013

Horses of courses...




"The Cowboy and the Jockey"
Lexington, Kentucky


Sometimes when you have a lot you want to say, it's best to say nothing.  So I'm going to take advantage of a "Wordless Wednesday" and just ponder away the day. Well, ponder AND edit some of those Kentucky photos I took a couple of weeks ago.  Hope to have more to post soon. Have a great day youze guys!  





Here's where I'm linking up today ..."The Party's On"

Please join me on Sundays for Song-ography.
This week's song title is Rod Stewart's "Forever Young"

18 comments:

  1. Love that you chose to remain "wordless" yet you selected a photo of a couple of horse's posteriors! Sometimes a photo truly does speak a thousand words! ;)

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    1. Haha...you give me too much credit with your ASS-tuteness :)

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    2. P.S. Disclaimer: I've had this photo sitting on my dashboard in my photo queue for a few days now...the timing is just fortuitous. Still laughing over your comment Karen, haha.

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  2. I too was wondering if the the posteriors was a comment on how your day was going. Like the way you captured the fringe of the cowboy pants. Visitng from My Memory Art's Black & White Wednesdays.

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    1. Totally kicking myself that the "not to subtle" reference was obviously TOO subtle in my own brain. Totally missed it until my sister called me laughing on the phone...then I realized it RIGHT away, haha. Like I said, I've had this photo sitting on my dashboard. LIke you, I really liked the fringe and the contrast of the cowboy vs. the jockey on horses right next to each other. But, if the horse's butt fits too...what can I say? haha. What I SHOULD have done was to have saved it for a good Song-ography title. Hmmmmm...what WOULD that song be? :)

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  3. if only I could stick to my gun and remember this philosophy. My brain is all "shut up Nicki" but my mouth has already left the gate and rounding the 2nd turn.

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  4. Love it! I agree...sometimes it is best to keep quiet and ponder a bit. Love the photo, can't wait to see what else you have to share with us.

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  5. Muscular horses, good picture.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  6. I love the juxtaposition of two such diverse characters--the cowboy and the jockey. You have such a good eye for the interesting, Kathy. :-)

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  7. These horses are going by old saying, Horsey Keep Your Tail Up.

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  8. How funny, Kath...my WW post today was horsey, too! Love them. Fun post. Aloha

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  9. What a contrast in riding style and dress.

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  10. Very cool!! I thought of you this morning as I had my wawa coffee - all is right with the world!

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  11. Great shot. Love you chose black and white for this.

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