Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Night Vision required!!

Its been one of those days!   Wet and windy non the less, so by the time I got to feed the ponies, it was dark, wet and windy.  Funny thing is, no matter how many times you visit the same place, its always different at night! 

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Not the best of shots!   Taken with the HTC,

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Hanging for food! gluttonous devils!  Poor things, thats Gracie to the left and Charley to the right.  Jacob the donkey is somewhere in there.  Anyway, I fed them, and then promptly fell over the barbed wire fence, and landed in the mud.  So much for familiarity.

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  1. Bet they had a good chuckle at you. Food and amusement in one visit. Great job.

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  2. I was just thinking the same thing Zoe!! Sorry, just have to laugh, so long as no one is injured of course

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    1. No one was hurt, just pride!

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  3. I know what you mean. I can't believe how tentative I get in the dark, even when somewhere familiar.

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    1. Its strange isnt it? Things seem further away, and totally different

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  4. When you spill it also hurts ones vanity a bit, I hope you recover.I can amaze many with the comments I might offer also.

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    1. Vanity!!..........I did recover, quick sticks! After I`d made sure no one was watching!lol..

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  5. Cool shots. Hope that Barb wire didn't get a hold of anything important.

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    1. no nothing "important", need to be big barb wire.

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  6. Haha I too am laughing, But I hear you about stuff being totally different in the dark, I always try to use lights when i can or I feel lost.

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  7. Dark meandering spells trips and spills!
    Chuckled...glad you're okay too!
    KK

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    1. Cheers, its more embarrassment than anything else.

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  8. Ah the joys of the British winter. A similar experience to the summer but colder and darker!

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    1. How very true, its nice to appreciate the difference?

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