EQUINES

DARCY IN DORSET

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DARTMOOR PONIES & FOALS

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A PONY & A DONKEY IN AN OLIVE GROVE – SOMMAIA, ITALY

Donkey – sweet and friendly; Pony – stroppy & apt to bite…

ALPACAS IN DORSET – THE 3 LAWNMOWERS… 

I realise that these creatures are not strictly – or in any sense – equines, but South American camelids related to llamas. I don’t have a separate category for them, however. Our neighbours keep these 3 in our paddock, where they act as lawnmowers, mobile fertilisers and exotic livestock eye-candy in the Dorset countryside. They are very stupid, and wince-makingly shy – except when they are being violently aggressive…

And here is their complete slideshow modelling portfolio. Some might say the brown one has IT, but the white one needs some expensive orthodontistry… 

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‘RIVER’ AT 10 DAYS OLD – CWMDU, POWYS, WALES

2 thoughts on “EQUINES

    • Well I am charmed and flattered, of course, by my award nomination. *sobs*. How very kind to like what is a largely uncurated side-project for random-ish pics that is woefully untended. Not many people bother with it, quite understandably. But if it has given you some pleasure – and even if you are the only person – I guess it’s worth it. I may even pay it more attention now… And I will spend some time with your own blog, of course. All the best from Rolling Harbour [Abaco, Bahamas. The award has gone to my UK / Euro sub-blog]

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