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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.

Stable Door 1005

…a close up of the latch,

Stable Door Hardware

A Cowboy practicing his ropin’ in front of a Stable Door N°1022

Practice makes Perfect

Lassoing a dummy cow/bull in front of a Stable Door N°1022

Practice makes Perfect II

…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. 🙂

Copyright © Deborah M. Zajac ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

This post is part of Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors.  If you love doors and would like to see the doors others are posting, or post doors you’ve photographed and join other door lovers from around the world click here.

At the end of Norm’s latest Thursday Door post is a little Blue Link-up/View button click it to be taken to a page with all the links to view all the posts, and add your own if you’re a door enthusiast too.

Nikon Df| Nikkor 28-105mm & 80-200mm| Delkin Digital Film| PS CC 2015.5| Hand-held

More to come…

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30 Comments

  1. 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.

  2. 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!” 🙂

    janet

  3. 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”

  4. I love all of the pictures! Very Western and rustic Deborah!

  5. 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!

  6. Excellent photos. The last one is a gem!

  7. Such a cute door,a Deborah. Love the last one. This could be in a magazine!

  8. 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. 🙂

  9. 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.

  10. Stables, cowboys and horses this week – great photos, Deborah.

  11. This is wonderful, Deborah. One of my favorites in this series. Bravo!

  12. I’m a rider – I love stable doors!

  13. The wood tones of this barn are gorgeous, aren’t they? The second photo is so expressive I just love it.

  14. Very nice series. I quite like the first one…(Suzanne)

  15. Mr. Ed?

  16. 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 😀


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