a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Another This N That

The Pond has cleared after the flood.

This is the natural clay I play with.  If I can find straight blue/green, it works very well.

I love to watch my babies when they don't know.

Charme sees me!

I have been spied by Arrow.  There will be no secret shots now.


Grammy said...

That is cool to have your own clay supply. I love the photos. Charm is gorgeous.

Sunny said...

Wonderful pictures, love your horses.
Enjoy your day.
Sunny :)

ellen abbott said...

How cool is that, to have your own clay to work with! Post a picture of something you've made with it.

Journaling Woman said...

The horse pictures are yummy. You can tell they love you.

"Ice Pony Girl" said...

Hi Gail,

Nice photos! Say, you asked about the 3 columns on my blog. I got the instructions on how to do it from here the Three Column Blogger.


Here's the link to the Dark Background that I use.


Have fun playing with that info!

Ice Pony Girl

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Wow, that clay is an amazing colour and if you get it in tones of blue/green, even more amazing!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful horses and the pond is so serene looking. I too am amazed at your clay. Sure would love to see a project.

The Farmers Oldest Daughter said...

Beautiful pictures and beautiful animals.

Thank you for the nice comments on my blog. Where in AR is clay like that? Not where I live. We grow rocks. HA! HA!

Have a great week!

DesertHen said...

Great pics! Your horses look very content and happy...=) Are there fish in the pond?

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Great shots! Please show us what you do with the clay.

Nezzy said...

Ahhhh, and life is good!!!

Have a wonderful week.

Tina said...

What do you mean if you can find straight blue/green clay..What is mixed in with the blue/green that keeps it from "working well"? Just curious..

Rural Rambler said...

Love the horse pictures and the refective pond is gorgeous!

Indie said...

Your horses are absolutely beautiful!
(as is your photography)


Carla said...

I love to catch my animals (and kids) unaware. So much fun. Love your clay pit. My kids, when they were young had a great clay spot and spent many an hour molding. Good for the soul.

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