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Sep 13, 2021 19:03:37   #
vicksart Loc: Novato, CA -earthquake country
 
Answer: You don't.

I took these shots today and was disappointed that my camera focused on the chain-link tree protector rather than the horse. It's a good case for wearing corrective lenses when doing any kind of photography.

For those who might ask about the chain-link fencing wrapped around the tree...the horses have been caught stripping bark in the past. It keeps the tree alive and can be adjusted to allow for tree growth. Hopefully none of the horses will get a hoof caught in it. In the meantime, it also serves as a good scratching surface.
The glutton at work
The glutton at work...
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Sneaking up on the tree
Sneaking up on the tree...
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"Can you see me now?"
"Can you see me now?"...
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"Busted"
"Busted"...
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Enjoying the rub
Enjoying the rub...
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Sep 13, 2021 19:30:22   #
cedymock Loc: Irmo, South Carolina
 
There will be no fat shaming on this website, horse just over grown.

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Sep 13, 2021 19:41:03   #
vicksart Loc: Novato, CA -earthquake country
 
cedymock wrote:
There will be no fat shaming on this website, horse just over grown.


“Over grown.” I like that. Thanks for the perspective.

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Sep 13, 2021 19:48:35   #
robertjerl Loc: Corona, California
 
vicksart wrote:
“Over grown.” I like that. Thanks for the perspective.


Big Boned

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Sep 13, 2021 19:55:05   #
Longshadow Loc: Audubon, PA, United States
 
cedymock wrote:
There will be no fat shaming on this website, horse just over grown.


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Sep 13, 2021 20:18:11   #
luvmypets Loc: Fayetteville, NC
 
Very nice photos of that gorgeous baby!!! I would suggest a bigger tree.

Dodie

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Sep 13, 2021 20:27:42   #
kpmac Loc: Ragley, La
 
Nicely done, Vicki. Looks like the horse just needs a little riding.

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Sep 13, 2021 23:13:49   #
Curmudgeon Loc: SE Arizona
 
I agree with Ken except I would say a lot of riding

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Sep 14, 2021 05:34:41   #
melismus Loc: Chesapeake Bay Country
 
Simple geometry: just move camera closer to tree.

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Sep 14, 2021 05:35:15   #
angler Loc: StHelens England
 
Excellent set Vicki.

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Sep 14, 2021 06:28:42   #
J-SPEIGHT Loc: Akron, Ohio
 
vicksart wrote:
Answer: You don't.

I took these shots today and was disappointed that my camera focused on the chain-link tree protector rather than the horse. It's a good case for wearing corrective lenses when doing any kind of photography.

For those who might ask about the chain-link fencing wrapped around the tree...the horses have been caught stripping bark in the past. It keeps the tree alive and can be adjusted to allow for tree growth. Hopefully none of the horses will get a hoof caught in it. In the meantime, it also serves as a good scratching surface.
Answer: You don't. br br I took these shots today... (show quote)

Nice set Vicki

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Sep 14, 2021 07:27:42   #
merrytexan Loc: georgia
 
vicksart wrote:
Answer: You don't.

I took these shots today and was disappointed that my camera focused on the chain-link tree protector rather than the horse. It's a good case for wearing corrective lenses when doing any kind of photography.

For those who might ask about the chain-link fencing wrapped around the tree...the horses have been caught stripping bark in the past. It keeps the tree alive and can be adjusted to allow for tree growth. Hopefully none of the horses will get a hoof caught in it. In the meantime, it also serves as a good scratching surface.
Answer: You don't. br br I took these shots today... (show quote)


a beautiful horse and some great shots, vicki. i like the one where he is rubbing against the chain on the tree.

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Sep 14, 2021 07:31:24   #
Manglesphoto Loc: 70 miles south of St.Louis
 
vicksart wrote:
Answer: You don't.

I took these shots today and was disappointed that my camera focused on the chain-link tree protector rather than the horse. It's a good case for wearing corrective lenses when doing any kind of photography.

For those who might ask about the chain-link fencing wrapped around the tree...the horses have been caught stripping bark in the past. It keeps the tree alive and can be adjusted to allow for tree growth. Hopefully none of the horses will get a hoof caught in it. In the meantime, it also serves as a good scratching surface.
Answer: You don't. br br I took these shots today... (show quote)

Great set of images Vicki
My cameras don't do that!!
You can probably guess why.

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Sep 14, 2021 07:43:07   #
ecobin Loc: Paoli, PA
 
The last three are cute shots - that horse knows how to pose!

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Sep 14, 2021 08:48:03   #
yssirk123 Loc: New Jersey
 
Very nice set.

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