I checked out Bev Doolittle's paintings. Very interesting. I love the way your horses book-ended in the last image. Have a great weekend. Jo
You have a great eye for subject matter!
I love her work. My favorite of hers is The Forest Has Eyes.Beautiful horse images Ms. T
I would have to agree. :)We've admired her art for years. Lindy
Thanks for putting the link to Beth's art. Very interesting. Love your horses through the tree. have a great weekend
geweldig mooi zo in het hoge beplanting.
I like the book ends :DAnd the other ones also of course, but I'm not quite sure if I would have had the idea with those book ends :))【ツ】Knipsa
Those are charming shots. Have a super Saturday.Best wishes Molly
Yessssss.... I can absolutely see that! Your photos very definitely resemble her art. =) BEAUTIFUL!! blessings ~ tanna
wonderful beings ! like the light adds to the day or the shimmering of the stars add to the night these two add to the forest of brush.gracias for sharing your joy today, mi amiga
Had to go over and check them out. Beautiful, both her stuff and your pretty horses! :-)
Beautiful wild creatures.
beautiful photos. Beautiful wild creatures. Greetings.Nice weekend.
I can see the comparison. They're such graceful subjects for photography.
Between the whistlers and your beautiful horses, you have a never-ending source of interesting pictures, this being a great one.
Morning Tex ..Oh yes these would make beautiful paintings. Hug B
Beautiful!!Nice weekend Crissi
I had to go and check out some of Bev Doolittle's images.. You are right on and I love your horses. Great shots! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
Ha! Bookends. :-))
I had seen that painting but did not know who it was by...off to check out more of her work now!
Just looking at her work...how I would love to see it in person!
I like these photos. Very pretty.
Beautiful horses.Oh yes!!!!! Your photos are fantastic.And your horses look like in Bev Doolittle.Greetings from Polish.Lucia
I've always loved Bev's paintings. Thanks for reminder. Your photos are really fine ones today!
Your horses look like they were made to go together, TWG.~
i did not know Bev's work, but when i followed the link, i have seen that painted horses one but did not know who painted it. she has some awesome work and these are just as beautiful... i love the book ends.
I checked out Bev Dolittle's paintings and can see why it reminds you of her paintings,Your horses are beautiful.Have lovely weekend.Hugs,JB
wow!! i LOVE these shots....through the trees. beautiful!! definitely looks like bev doolittle. i have 2 puzzles of her artwork which i did...glued...and hanging on walls.:)
All your photos look like the work of a great artist. You are very talented and admire what you do.
Those are very cool! You normally don't see horses in the trees like that, at least not around here.
My thoughts exactly. Beautiful. :)
I reminded of my grandmother's laced curtains with these images today.
You're right, this does remind me of Bev Doolittle. I have been a great admirer of her paintings for years and have a couple of books of hers. Great shots of your beautiful horses Theresa :)
These are such lovely pictures. Thanks for sharing them with us.Have a great weekend.
Quite frankly, I'd like to be hidden among the bare trees at times. Still love these two.
Quite frankly, I'd like to be hidden among the bare trees at times. Still love these two.
Those two do make awesome bookends...:)JP
Excellent shots Tex!Like your horses through the trees!Amazing images!Have a lovely weekend!Dimi...
The brushy trees make a fine screen for these pictures of the horses. I like the wildness they represent.
Morning, yes, I agree, the horses do look like Bev 's Work, beautiful. Francine.
What lovely shots! They do look like paintings.
Fine shots, Tex. They doo ;) look camouflaged and now I have to wonder if there are many other faces hidden.Love that last one.
Hi Theresa,These photos are like a dream scene in a movie - very beautiful - painting-like!I love the bookend description!Have a Beautiful Day!!Peace :)
Love the hidden away behind the trees.MersadMersad Donko Photography
Hi Tex, These photos are excellent. Your comment about Bev Doolittle made me take a look at her page. Interestingly, I found one of her paintings called "Woodland Encounter". I stayed in a place over the holidays that had it framed and up on the wall. I really admire her work. I have to wonder where someone gets the patience to do that kind of detailed art. Simply wonderful ... and your pics too. Have a good weekend. John
Oh yes, spot on! I was always an admirer of her work and forgotten about it until you just brought her up.
Ha! Fine minds think alike. Bev Doolittle is fabulous, and I posted horses today too, before I saw your post! LOL. Nice photos, girl. Oh, and I'm not a robot, so I'm just going to click "Publish". I've been doing that all along, so I hope my comments have been publishing.
I, too, had to look at Bev's paintings, and yours have that same mystical magical feeling, and bookends, why not. and the way the trees frame that photo is almost as though they were made for it, with two back to backs in the trees behind.
Beautiful horses, artistically photographed through the branches.
I love the horses behind the trees.Beautiful photos.Have a good weekend.
Her work is great and so is yours.
Beautiful horses, an equine in brown and white.
I do love horses and these are beautiful!! I miss my two -- still!!
I love the horses .. !!! Just Beautiful... Greetings ..
These are very beautiful pictures. It's worth painting. The hues are striking.
Just beautiful. :)
The brush adds a level of mystery to the horse photos, like the calico patterns help the horses blend into the background in the Bev Doolittle painting. Very artistic!
Your horses are nice and they have interesting photos. Regards.
I wasn't familiar with Doolittle, I took a look though and yes, certainly a resemblance. Do you own any of her pieces?Nice photos Theresa . . .
Lovely photos! These would make great paintings.
Your white horse looks fantastic
I've always loved her paintings. Her horses are so majestic.
Aw! I love it! I have a good horse in the grass photo that I'll email to you!
Beautiful horses and your shots are great ! Have a happy weekend :)
Love the sun highlights in the photos of your gorgeous horses!
it adds an "artsy" quality!!as I hang my head in shame, I must go click on your link because, well, I have no idea who that is ;)
her stuff is awesome!!!!
I don't think I've ever seen her paintings before. They're beautiful and I see why you're reminded of them. Beautiful horses and beautiful photos!
Neat pics! Bookends is funny:@)
I am not familiar with that artist but I love your photos of the horses in the trees.
I love her paintings too. I have a book about her---I can't find it I think it's hiding in plain sight. haha.Excellent shots too.MB
These horses are very lucky to walk rather free in the nature.Greetings,Filip
I love these! Just like Bev Doolittle, having just been to see who on earth she is. Like them a lot. Hope all's well in your neck of the woods!
Beautiful, beautiful! :)
:) Ce frumosi sunt!!! I love horses! They are so beautiful!
Wonderful photos, beautiful horses among the branches !!
Loved the link to Bev Doolittle's paintings but ALSO loved your photographs. Just gorgeous. Playing catch-up here so going to go back to see what you were up to this week :)
beautiful shots! happy weekend
They are the best "scenery"!
They are beautiful hiding back in there ...
I'm not familiar with Bev, but your photos are wonderful.
I haven't thought of Bev Doolittle in ages. She was once so popular.
Love the dappled light, it adds such a romantic edge to the images.
I really like these shots! Thanks for the link to the paintings.
I love the play of light and shadows on the horses...just love it!Linda http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/?s=The+Adventures+of+Fuzzy+and+Boomer&submit=Search http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
T, good analogy! Beautiful images!
They are so beautiful.
Love those bookends!
Well, I am not familiar with Bev Doolittle but if her paintings are anything like these awesome photos, she must be pretty amazing! Love these :)
Wow, I like this very much !
These two show up nicely in the trees.
would you say those horses are shy? loners? they sure do hide a lot. ha. ha!! ( :
Beautiful horses and beautiful pictures thanks for sharing.
Their coat colors shimmer through the brush of branches. Great captures!
These do look like her pictures -- Bill's sister and bil used to have a lovely collection of her prints. I wonder what ever happened to her (Bev Dolittle, not my sister-in-law >)~Your horses are lovely, whether out in the open or hiding!
I love your photos. Your horses are beautiful T.Wow! Just went and had a look at Bev's Pintos and her gallery - incredible talent. Thanks for the link :D)
Dearest Theresa,There sure is a similarity!Love your 'book ends' humor!Hugs,Mariette
Totally agree, but never thought of it. Really nice T.
that is pretty neat lookin through the trees.
Love these shots and her paintings.
I like the pictures and especially the bookends.
I really love these pictures! Phyllis
An air of mystery seeing the horses through the trees. I'm afraid like quite a few other comments that I'll be looking up Bev Doolittle.
I'm just out and about visiting new blogs and glad I came across yours. These pics made my evening. My daughters like them too. Thanks for sharing them.
So lovelyALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral <3
I think that Bev Doolittle could be inspired by your photos!
Beautiful lighting! Love the horses almost obscured by the trees.
Real nice pictures of Vim and Gem! I can see why this would remind you of Bev Doolittle's beautiful art work.
I was not familiar with Bev Doolittle but her work is charming!
Preciosas las fotos, un placer haberme pasado por tu espacio.Saludos.
Lovely light,and colour in these Doodle like pictures. I also checked out her paintings, which are charming.
I can see why you think that. I am thinking that you could paint them!
Very lovely setting beyond the trees, those wonderful, beautiful horses munching away, unaware that you are making them the stars of the day. Very enchanting images I must say. Have a happy Week~
I didn't remember her name (mind like a steel sieve), but I remembered the hauntingly beautiful paintings. Yes, your beauties bring them to mind. :)
Extremely nice, a most pretty view. I like seeing objects behind trees, shrubs, or other nature gatherings. Something so mysterious and beautiful at the same time.
You deserve a nod for capturing critters the way you do. *nod*
It's so nice to see horses that have good homes:)Great shots Theresa!
They are precious in the branches !!!
I was going to comment on the Weekend Reflections which are lovely as usual but had to stop here, fantastic! I so love Doolittle's art!
This is the coolest!!! hey, thank you for being part of my world. -g-
Beautiful photos behind the thickets of bushes and brush!!
don´t want to come out :)
They are gorgeous; I especially love the bookends!
Love these photos. Especially the book ends! smile...
Beautiful! Your shots look like art.
Love all the different kinds of animals around your ranch, I'm guessing it takes a lot of work.
Great shots! Your horses are so beautiful.
Yes....definitely! Thank you for reminding me of her paintings and the link.
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