Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Poor guy must be starved.
I had to laugh at the 6 legged horse!
We don't have these big round bales here. I guess this is about the only way to move them around. Sweet image.
So nice country side photos here again ! Trees without leaves, horses, a donkey. Here in Scandinavia has rained and snow has melted almost. Cold winter weather here and shops advertising christmas already :)
love those horses getting into the hay! The red tractor is very cheery.
Quite a RUBY tractor, EG.... Great choice!!!Hugs, Betsy
Love the Ruby tractor,and the hungry horses.
That silly horse!
They don't have to bend their heads down to munch!Great find!
I nearly didn't see 2 horses! That photo looks like it could easily have been taken around here (though I doubt it was!).
Fun, funny, funky shot with a great red tractor! Well done, EG!
Nice looking horse, maybe pampered somewhat as seen by his winter wear. That is a massive amount of hay, the horse looks happy - and dinner is served!
Great shot :)
Great capture. I hate to say I did not notice the second horse till I read your comment. I was wondering what kind of hay it is and remembering our old horse like hay that had clover in it.
FAB shot..thought it was one horse actually LOL!
Time for dinner, eh? I also didn't notice the second horse until I read comments. I must be more observant!Great photo of a tranquil setting.Thanks for stopping by today ~
I saw it was something odd about the horse, and then you tell there're two.What a relief.Nice autumn picture.Dried hay and a Burberry trench coat for the mother.I wonder who many horses the tractor has. (We say horses, you say horse power, I guess).From Felisol
That second horse did a pretty good job of hiding from the camera. Perhaps he was too busy eating to have his picture taken.
the horse was eager indeed. Looks like it knew who the hay was for,LOL. Love the red tractor.
Nifty red farm vehicle and FUN capture ... titled marvelously ;-)Hugs and blessings,
That's a big one!My Ruby Tuesday
My daughter and I just read a scene in a Narnia book where the horse didn't want to eat toffee, and he couldn't understand why the kids wouldn't want to eat grass. Those horses (I see there are two?) seem to be enjoying the hay.
http://ann-mythoughtsandphotos.blogspot.com/2009/11/giant-moa.htmlI did this post for you. I think NZ did worst than Canada in this case.Thee two horses must be wondering who has greater horse power.
I enjoy looking at countryside photos, beautiful nature at it's work.
Such a fabulous photo! It's almost a trick picture...I didn't see the second horse at first! They are sneaking hay off the tractor...what a hoot! And, what a great red tractor! It's definitely hard to find such a scene anywhere near where I live! This really is such a precious image!
Lovely country scene.
fun shot -- really enjoy the "quality control" crew checking out the hay ...
Now that's room (err, paddock?) service!
What a cool place!I think this farm is really beautiful and I can see people there work hard !And the beautiful horse work a lot as well! :)Léia
Pretty red tractor!Anna
Also animal vs. machine. Great Ruby tuesday. Here, we see mostly green and yellow equipment!
I love that ruby tractor carrying hay to feed those starving horses. I didn't see two horses right away. Great RT entry!
love that red tractor! and it looks like one of the horse has a clothes on!u may view mine if u have time
my first thought was that they were horrified thinking they were expected to pull that tractor!!wonderful photo
Love that tractor! I had to look very closely - then I realized there were a few too many feet on that horse! Good shot.
How cute!! and wonderful shot for the theme!!ruby red street decorations
Hah. There is no holding them back.
Love that RED tractor! It looks like the horses were just waiting for it to arrive with lunch!
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