Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

Posted: June 28, 2013 in Weekly Photo Challenge
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I think the photo speaks for itself.

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  3. That’s a wonderful picture – just a woman and her horse – it says a lot without words!

  4. Archita says:

    Wonderful take on the challenge.:)

  5. Joe Owens says:

    My daughter wants a horse so bad, but we know nothing about the care. Glad you have such a great companion.

    • When I was growing up, having a horse was my biggest dream. My parents finally bought me one when I was in high school. I was fortunate! Just because your daughter can’t/doesn’t have one now doesn’t mean she never will. Is there a stable or somewhere nearby that she might see if she could help out in exchange for riding?

      janet

      • Joe Owens says:

        Actually there is someone across the road that does riding lessons. We don’t know them real well, but I think i should talk to them about this. Thanks for the suggestion, it has briefly crossed my mind, but I have never followed up.

      • The great thing is that she could learn about taking care of a horse as well as get to ride, hopefully without paying. And they might love the help as well as the chance to help her. Let me know how it goes.

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    • She’s a Missouri Foxtrotter but is now 30 years old, which is very old for a horse. I don’t expect that she’ll be around much longer but she was one of the best.

      janet

  8. summerstommy says:

    When I first looked at the photo I thought great another hundred word story. Then I looked closer and saw it was you Janet. So a hundred words? No maybe a thousand….( big suck up there) so I shalt, I haven’t I won’t write anything other than to say………nice photo

    • No 100 words, because the picture is worth a thousand words, right? I will be publishing a poem tomorrow, though. So far I almost exclusively do 100 word stories for Friday Fictioneers, although I’ve thought of doing some based on my own photos and might. I’m always torn between photos and writing and that would combine the two. I’ve also done writing with photos but not fictional stories.

      Enjoy the weekend!

      janet

  9. jaime perez says:

    Excellent. And nobody has mencioned the hat. This would have been the ideal photo for the theme!

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  11. marymtf says:

    Looks therapeutic. I’ve had cats and dogs, equally companionable. There’s something about animals. They aren’t judgemental and they can convey a lot of what they are feeling and thinking without speaking. Most restful.

  12. So true, it really does. 🙂

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  14. It looks as a harmonious duo ♥

  15. Jeff Sinon says:

    Whoa, you weren’t kidding when you said “hard to place.” Great photo. Hopefully your last days with this wonderful animal will be happy ones.

  16. xpat92 says:

    Hi,
    Wow, that is a fabulousphoto ! I have never ridden horses and would love to try one day. My cousin has horses outside of San Diego, and lives a total Western lifestyle.

    Happy Sunday!

  17. What a lovely, clear image! It makes me want to step into the photo and saddle up and join you!

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