Monday, February 1, 2010

Ride in the Forest/ Ruby Tuesday

A lovely day for a walk and/or ride in York Regional Forest



Seeing red? Why not join in the Ruby Tuesday fun, by visiting MaryT at http://workofthepoet.blogspot.com/

31 comments:

kaye said...

that looks like so much fun! love the shot.

Jacob said...

And good exercise for the horse! You set this one up really well with that red jacket against the whiteness of the world.

On the portal, I thought for a minute it was a shot of a Canadian Royal Mounted Policeman...

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful scenery, but it looks sooo cold!
Nice to see the Sun there!Enjoy your day dear EG!
And have a wonderful week
Léia :)

Carletta said...

The bright white snow, the dark black horse, and a vivid red jacket - what a great color combo for this shot!
Round The Bend.

Felisol said...

What a nice classical riding outfit.
I've always been charmed by the red jackets.
This looks to be a good riding trip in the snow.
The horses sure need their exercise in snow, rain and sunshine.
(I'll go for a hike tomorrow, and will be making angels in the powder snow).
Happy you like Ken Follet's book.

ellen b. said...

I think it would be lovely to ride through the snow like this. Great catch!

Loree said...

Wow how that red stands out.

Michelle said...

How fun that would be to ride through the snow on the back of a horse. The snow would probably freak our horse out.

Ralph said...

The rider in red can appreciate the snowy cover without worry - the surefooted equine knows the way and will transport you in safety...too bad the horse wasn't covered in a smart ruby wool blanket also...

Manang Kim said...

Love your red jacket and wish I could ride a horse someday too :-)

My red shoes

Betsy from Tennessee said...

You always find the best pictures to use for Ruby Tuesday, EG....
Hugs,
Betsy

Leora said...

Giddyap. Looks like a great day for a ride in the snow.

George said...

I really like this picture. That jacket certainly stands out against the snow.

Becky and Gary said...

Boy, oh boy does that bring back memories! When I was a teenager I had a friend that owned 2 horses, and we used to ride all the time together. In the winter we used to ride bareback just to keep warm.
B.

Jama said...

Red really stands out in the white snowy day, I like it!

luna miranda said...

what a vibrant photo!

Paz said...

Perfect shot! I like that jacket. ;-)

Paz

Tom said...

Perfect.... I have not rode a horse for many years, but always enjoyed winter riding...

ilanadavita said...

Every time I see your shots, I feel like buying a new camera! I like the almost monochrome quality of this photo, with the red standing out.

toby said...

Your photos always make me a little bit jealous, as I sit here in front of my computer :) I'm going to need to make some time for horseback riding!

Small City Scenes said...

Love it!!! Of course anything with horses grabs my attention.
Perfect shot too. MB

B SQUARED said...

This is a beautiful image. Very well done!

judi said...

I have always loved red and black together. with a white background it is superb.

Stephanie V said...

That does look like a nice way to travel in the snow. Nice color and composition.

Marice said...

looks like a fun day! nice jacket :)


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Mitt eget krypin said...

Hi, thanks fot the Comment.
Very nice photo.
All the best,
Ulla/Sweden
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shopannies said...

I believe it would be lots of fun to walk among the snow and trees on horseback

nonizamboni said...

what a great capture! Nicely done and that red jacket is the 'icing on the cake.'
Happy RT!

Betty said...

Riding in the snow would be so much fun. Great picture.
♥Hugs♥

Ann said...

I presume the horse doesn't get cold feet.

All these snow, I don't think I can live in such cold weather again.

Patti said...

The problem is when you get to a person's post late you can't think of anything that the first 30 commenters didn't already say. And I'm late to the party again!

What struck me about your photo was the serenity of the scene.
The bright red jacket draws our eye into the photo, that's for sure.

Have a great Wednesday, EG!

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