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Wow, this week is the halfway point for my year commitment to posting a door a week on Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors! This year is just flying by!
While I was at the Rodeo last week-end hanging around the stables photographing competitions, and candid portraits I noticed the stable doors, so of course this week I’m sharing Stable Doors and a very shy horse.
N°1005 -I couldn’t get this horse to stick its head out the door for the life of me! I think I needed to have a carrot or sugar cube instead of a camera.
I do love the bits and pieces hanging from the opened half of the door.
…a close up of the latch,
A Cowboy practicing his ropin’ in front of a Stable Door N°1022
Lassoing a dummy cow/bull in front of a Stable Door N°1022
…and this blond beauty at N°1002 wasn’t shy about poking its head, and nose out to find out what the heck all the clicking was about. 🙂
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Nikon Df| Nikkor 28-105mm & 80-200mm| Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2015.5| Hand-held
More to come…
30 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 26/52: N°1005”
Like they say, blonds have more fun! Like the expression you caught on that horse’s face. The stable doors seem to have different height openings which I was not aware of before; hope they don’t put a short horse in a stable with a high door opening or that might be awkward. Thanks for sharing the rodeo with us.
Love horses and rodeos, so I enjoyed these, Deborah. As for the good wishes for my trip, I’ll flaunt quite a lot of my small amount of French to say, “Merci beaucoup!” 🙂
Thank you Janet! I love the horses and rodeos too.
Couldn’t figure out, but now I guess you were commenting to Janet, …tu vas faire… can’t even remember which tense that is, but I do know that your French is much more advanced than my first grade’s!
🙂 Yes, commenting to Janet under your comment to her.
I read it far better than I speak or comprehend what is being said to me. Tu va faire- immediate future I think for “You are going”
I love all of the pictures! Very Western and rustic Deborah!
Thank you so much Lynn! xx
Love these photos, Deborah! 🙂 Is there a stable near you? I like the blonde beauty at the end who didn’t want to miss out on a photo opportunity! Lol!
Excellent photos. The last one is a gem!
Such a cute door,a Deborah. Love the last one. This could be in a magazine!
Great photos, Deborah. Good action shots on the cowboy, too. The door on 1022, look like someone was hungry 🙂
I hit post before saying that I’m glad you joined us. I hope we can keep you beyond your commitment.
Thank you Dan! I think they might always be hungry like my Diva Dog. 🙂
I may not post a door every week next year, but I won’t completely disappear either. I’m addicted to doors. 🙂
Some great shots in this collection. I guess some horses are just harder to coax out than others.
Half a year really has flown past hasn’t it? It has been fun though.
Thank you so much Norm! Perhaps it had something good eat in there. 🙂
Stables, cowboys and horses this week – great photos, Deborah.
Thank you Jean!
This is wonderful, Deborah. One of my favorites in this series. Bravo!
I’m a rider – I love stable doors!
🙂 I’m so glad you like this post!
The wood tones of this barn are gorgeous, aren’t they? The second photo is so expressive I just love it.
Thank you so much Melissa! I think the wood is lovely too!
Very nice series. I quite like the first one…(Suzanne)
Thank you so much Suzanne!
🙂 No, it didn’t talk. Thanks for the comment. It made me smile!
I love this week’s photo Deborah! I am glad you got one of the horses to show their face. It made a beautiful photo 😀
Thank you so much Antonia! I’m glad this poked its head out too! 🙂