Saturday, April 23, 2011

More horse synchronicity

I swear, Gem and Zim share the same brain sometimes.  Although Gem joined us just under a year ago, they coordinate their actions more times than not.  I did a post last summer here which I found remarkable.  Here's more proof of their shared lineage (they have 3 common ancestors) and mental connection.



53 comments:

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Theresa, I love seeing this kind of connection between animals, so much like people!

Judy said...

It sure seems like they share something T. I just love seeing your horses.

Tammy said...

A nice pair...great reflection too.

thesedaysofmine.com said...

Those are amazing photos (I seem to make that comment a lot on your blog!)

and I LOVE synchronicities!!! (as evidenced by yesterday's post)

Negerigeletschtempoit said...

Wouldn't you like to be able to "hear" what they were talking about?

I love the reflections, and those stumps in the water provide an interesting look too.

Very cool!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I think you're on to something!

Ironically, my 2 QH geldings have a couple of common ancestors too. Yet one of them I rescued from abusive cowboys in TX some 14 years ago. And the other a lady here in Virginia gave to me 2 years ago, when she could no longer handle him. What are the chances? They act a lot alike too.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful horses and they look like they are best of buds.

Sandra said...

i popped over to the other post, they are amazing, i love these today and would much rather be watching your yard than mine. you are living my dream. can i have a baby goat?

Amila Kanchana said...

I see your point,incredible!

Samantha said...

Beautiful horses..and synchronized equine grazing, a new Olympic event.

Jan n Jer said...

Simply amazing and beautiful!

holdingmoments said...

A pair of beauties. :)

Rain said...

Mmm...so may I call you Theresa!! Beautiful photos-they are definitely soul mates! Happy Easter!

Farmchick said...

What a striking pair they make.

Nancy said...

Truly a complimentary pair. I would never tire of taking photos of them. :)

EG Wow said...

YIKES! They really are in sync with each other. :)

Manzanita said...

That's uncanny. They do their little choreographed dance together.
I keep forgetting to mention how adorable your profile picture is. That's the sweetest little giggle look.

Karrie said...

Stunning!

Janice said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, not sure why a link was not showing up. Thanks for pointing it out, hopefully I made the right change!
I love all your pics on your blog. We separated one of our mares and gelding this week and the gelding is going crazy! You would think he would be happy since she bossed him around so much, but no ;)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful images,with the reflections.

Shifan said...

Oh... nice pair.

Lois Evensen said...

What wonderful images! They are each such beautiful animals.

Kathy said...

I guess they're just soulmates!

Janie2 said...

This is incrediable! Besides me loving horses, I have never seen such mental connections between animals. You have the best posts! Will be thinking about this one today.

Janice said...

Thanks for ALL your help! Maybe it works this time!

Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

My favorite animal to photograph or film. I used to go to the O-Mok-See that the saddle club sponsored and film the games. People would buy copies of their performances from me and I would put them on VHS. I loved it! No creature is as beautiful as the horse when performing.

don said...

What a fine series of these beautiful animals. Great reflections too.

Debbie said...

these are just lovely photo's. they really are in sync with one another. perhaps just being together all the time creates the harmony.

i have been here peaking in the last few days BUT have been busy, busy, busy with the birth of my first great nephew. no grandbabies yet!!!

Liesl said...

copycat buddies!

Robin said...

Theresa, nice shots! It would be interesting to know what goes on in the minds of animals.

Tracy said...

Tex, I thought of you yesterday as we cleaned the house beside the horse pasture which is a rescue for horses...they were gorgeous and it made me sad to think that three are still missing!
Thanks for the beautiful photos!

mountain mama said...

looks like they are kindred spirits! very cool.

Woody said...

They could almost be reflections of each other!

Allison said...

Dreamy photographs... such clear water reflections!

BJ Roan said...

Synchronized dining, and wonderful reflections. Their connection could definitely be the reason.

Barb said...

Good friends make beautiful reflections!

Debbie said...

did you change your blog a little?? make your pictures bigger??

Andrew said...

Beautiful beasts.
They look like they are great friends.

Sérgio Pontes said...

Excelent Photos

Happy Easter

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Texwisgirl, Nice to see how compatible and happy these horses seem to be. Excellent photographs. Have a super nice day tomorrow!

Dawn said...

I feel like there should be music in the background as they dance together:)
Nice reflections!

Millie said...

They are lovely! I bet lots of good things grow around that pond that I would love to munch on.

Flora said...

Beautiful pictures... looks almost unreal is is so PERFECT!

Randy said...

They look like the best of friends. You captured the best reflections too.

Katie said...

Stunning photos. I love seeing their reflections in the water. Happy Easter!

Ms. Becky said...

I see what you mean. It must be so much fun just to watch them and see what they do next. their synchronicity is beautiful and I love the curve of Gem's (white one) neck in that first photo. oh my that's gorgeous. great photos Theresa!

Sarah Knight said...

What beautiful creatures!

Leovi said...

Beautiful photos of horses in the wild and beautiful reflections in the water.

Deb said...

they are beautiful....great shots...

Darcie said...

Amazing-love the photos!!

barbara l. hale said...

Love the reflections of those two beauties!

Rose said...

This made me laugh--and I haven't even looked at the other post yet.

Margaret said...

A true ballet! I love this. Fantastic reflections.

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