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Jekaro 11 1 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2010 3:46PM
A fabulous image, Jean, wonderful colours, very well captured and presented.
CarolG 14 199 20 Greece
24 Jun 2010 4:55PM
A beautiful scene, Jean, very well captured. The foal looks gorgeous, I would have spent hours with him! Carol
SoulOfNature 12 23 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2010 5:35PM

Quote:A beautiful scene, Jean, very well captured. The foal looks gorgeous, I would have spent hours with him! Carol

Thanks Guys ....yes Carol I could of bought him home lol , had a right time with him though he was so lovable , it was funny when he was trying to munch the tripod , I usually take our George out with me but with him just having his operation left him at home , just has well all havic would of been let loose .

Jean x
24 Jun 2010 6:42PM
lovely image good depth and comp spot on .
cantona43 15 928 4 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2010 7:10PM
a wonderful shot would look very well framed and on the wall
lonely_oryx 13 61 55 England
24 Jun 2010 7:42PM
Very well composed with good use of the tree
andymark 10 1 England
24 Jun 2010 8:16PM
love it great shot
Oliverpants 11 2 2 England
24 Jun 2010 8:20PM
What a fabulous foal. looks like its going to be quite big. and such a lovely image comp. Ann
OAKEY 12 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2010 8:36PM
lovely capture, very nice light and very good comp with the two horses leading you in, very well composed Jean.
Cor 11 Belgium
25 Jun 2010 1:38PM
Beautyful +++++
25 Jun 2010 2:31PM
A really well composed shot, well taken.
EAS 11 1 13 Scotland
25 Jun 2010 11:15PM
Lovely, well composed image. A real pleasure to find this is #30 and a well deserved R/C

Lillian Plus
11 23 17 United Kingdom
26 Jun 2010 6:56PM
A wonderful peaceful shot, so well captured
bunbeam 15 2 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2010 12:03AM
lovely capture
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
28 Jun 2010 9:46AM
Last time I tried to photograph these they ran off! Lovely capture, Jean, very nicely composed and the format suits it well, too.
TrevB Smile
28 Jun 2010 1:25PM
Beautifully composed, lovely shot. Glad your tripod is still intact!
28 Jun 2010 8:38PM
Louise_Morris 10 2.5k England
28 Jun 2010 8:45PM
What a lovely image - the whole package! Have been away so a few days behind & only just catching up with things. Really lovely. Louise
SoulOfNature 12 23 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 9:08PM
Thanks for all your comments and clicks , so appreciated , sorry for all the clicking and running of late , I do try to look through the gallery daily and vote for your images I like and there have been some stunning work amongst you , time has been very limited the last few months both on-site and for photography but i hope things are going to improve.

Thanks Again

Best Wishes

Jean xxx
cassiecat 12 39 46 England
28 Jun 2010 9:15PM
lovely comp, and bet he doesnt get carrots as a treat so would love you forever.lesley
celestun 17 29 14 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2010 10:04PM
Great light on the horses!

photophantom 12 108 3 Philippines
29 Jun 2010 11:59AM
superb and lovely
jonathanbp 12 99 Thailand
29 Jun 2010 5:21PM
Beautiful tranquil image - Jonathan
Jo12 10 England
29 Jun 2010 8:11PM
Lovely capture!
mrjt 14 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2010 8:41PM
Every thing is spot on, a great picture.
goso 14 2 1 Australia
30 Jun 2010 11:49PM
Lovely rural scene Jean...Bill
acousticmist 10 10 1 United Kingdom
1 Jul 2010 6:32PM
Hi Jean, You have some stunning photo's in your collection, keep up the good work. Martin
danbrann 16 640 17
1 Jul 2010 6:56PM
A superb image and I just love that diagonal of the horse leading us right to those trees.
FeatherFriend 12 38 217 England
2 Jul 2010 10:14AM
A lovely well balanced shot Jean,
Suehh 13 39 6 England
2 Jul 2010 6:02PM
Lovely composition and pov. I really like the way the light catches the foreground horse. Lovely.

Karen_Summers 11 8 1 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2010 9:14PM
great shot good pov
DRicherby 12 269 726 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2010 1:06PM
Nicely taken, with gorgeous late light on the little fella. You've had to hold back the exposure a bit to stop the sky blowing out, which has worked well but left the foal a little dark. That's easily fixed with a curves adjustment, which makes the image a bit punchier — just grab the line with the mouse, about three-quarters of the way along and lift it up a bit.

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