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Sweet photo of mother and child.
Great shot with that wall and the mighty tree. A bit pity to see just a piece of the fence on the bottom.
...Bill, what a beautiful scene!
Hello, cute photo of the horses. The one must be very sleepy. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, wishing you happy weekend.
Nap time. (-.-)Zzz...
Gotta have a nap, mom.
Wake up. There's someone taking our photo.God bless.
I See Myself Twice In This Shot - Strong And Powerful - And Tired As All Get Out - Well DoneCheers
Hi Bill.Nice picture with the horses.Greeting from Patricia.
One of them was ready for the picture.
The young never have as much stamina as they'd like us to believe.
A wonderful scene, Bill.
That's what happens when you gambol. :-)
A lonely but proud look. Amazing inspiration. Warmest greetings my friend.
One resting and the other looking at the photoGreat shotMaria
It looks as if mom could just step over that wall...but of course she won't leave her colt.
Someone has to stay awake and stand guard!
Beautiful! I also love the stacked stone wall.Enjoy your weekend.
Someone is having a nice nap. That sounds tempting.Happy Saturday Bill.
What a lovely picture. Sure like the stone wall too as I'm sure Ken would!! : )
Um belo animal e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Cute horses, one is watching you take it's photo and one doesn't care because he/she's sleepy. Love the texture of the wall and leaves.
How beautiful! All the shades of gray and green making a striking photo!
The foal's all tuckered out.
Just like our own babies...completely out cold as mom is looking after him.
What a nice scene.
Nap time. A little privacy please!
Love this capture. Perfectly timed as the horse looks behind.
Nice photo! Very scenic wall and appealing horses.
Awww - so pretty!
What a lovely shot Bill, super composition 💙
Very nice picture
Such a sweet photograph.All the best Jan