Friday, April 3, 2009

Footprints/ Ellipsis Monday

Who left left footprints all over this woodland path?

It's a mystery to me.

This week's Ellipsis...Monday Photo Shoot assignment (due Sunday night, April 5) is " footprints."

Please note: Sky Watch is the post below.

To find out how others handled last week's assignment, check out http://ellipsissuddenlycarly.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Hmmmmmmmm----it was round-foot, not bigfoot. LOL. MB

PERBS said...

Knew it had to be a big animal!

Jarart said...

Very cute! A horse of course.

Carly said...

:)

How delightful! Great footprints!

- Carly

Denise said...

Great post and what a beautiful animal.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Yes, I truly wonder whose footprints those are??????? Hmmmmmm---could it be????? Nah!
Hugs,
Betsy

Judy said...

You are finding horses all over the place this week! I am leaving the comment here, but commenting on Skywatch and Stripes as well...
Sometimes I don't think we spend enough time paying attention to the footprints that surround us. I am going to try for deer in the mud prints, if the rain ever stops...
I love that sunset - and the horse does a lot toward that. The colours are still pretty vivid, but the drowsing horse make it feel late, like it is time to go to sleep. It adds a different kind of tranquility to the shot.
And the stripes are wonderful. The way the snow fell in drifts affects how the straight lines of the sunlight through the fence appear to us. Sort of the same way our own perceptions affect the way we see the world around us.

George said...

Thanks for the chuckle caused by a neat post.

Wammy said...

What a cutie! Those prints are so petite.

Suzanne R said...

Such a neat horse! The hoofprints are actually quite dainty for a horse, I think. Great shots!

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