Horse Sense Part XI: My Fall 2020 Equine Photography
This is my eleventh in a series of posts featuring equine photography. Be sure to read parts I, II, III, IV, V, and VI, VII and VIII, IX, and X as well. In this post, I will share photos I took at Nipper Knolls Equine Center in Granville, NY, 4JFarmm in Argyle, NY, Pitney Meadows Community Farm in Saratoga Springs, and the Horsey Hostess in Saratoga.
In this photo, Luke of Nipper Knolls heads towards the camera while his pals Quincy, Sonny and Frankie can be seen behind him. Click here to order a print of this photo. I donate 100% of my profit from Nipper Knolls photos to their program.
Luke and Sonny approach the camera. Click here to order a print of this photo.
I'm quite fond of this portrait of Sonny. Click here to order a print of this photo.
Quincy and Frankie grazing. Click here to order a print of this photo.
Frankie in front of the fall foliage. Click here to order a print of this photo.
Sonny and Luke pose for another photo. Click here to order a print of this photo.
Quincy peeks out from the barn. Click here to order a print of this photo.
This is Mistletoe of 4JFarmm in Argyle, whom I rode for the second time this fall.
This is Storm, also of 4JFarmm.
This is Oscar of The Horsey Hostess in Saratoga. I rode English for the first time on him!
Oscar shakes it out after our first lesson.
I captured this photo of Oscar on a beautiful fall afternoon.
Here's Oscar (right) and his pal Cas, whom I also rode!
A photo of Cas before I rode him for the first time.
Earlier this fall, Pitney Meadows Community Farm in Saratoga held a fundraiser called "Ponies, Pumpkins, and Pies," where visitors could drive through the farm and enjoy looking at ponies and horses, and pick up some - you guessed it - pumpkins and pies as well. Above are ponies Tinkerbell and Lily dressed up for Halloween.
Here's another photo of just Lily.
And here's another photo of just Tinkerbell.
A horse at the farm.
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All photos in this post © Samantha Decker and may not be reused without permission.
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