Two Weeks Later

An update on the new colt at the Bashon Farm.

He is taller and filled-out a little more.  His hair

is also getting coarser, his mane was so soft and wispy

 the first time I saw him.  He came over to the paddock rail

to be petted this time too.  He was very bashful before

and stayed close to his mother.  He is still nursing,

 so he doesn’t get too far away.

“Gone Paddling”

May 26, 2009

Gone Paddling

I love this picture of my husband’s sandals

left on the rocks at the edge of the lake.

Canoeing on Whisper Lake

Colt with Mother

Here is the colt with his mother.  She is beautiful also,

so large, and a deep brown with huge hoofs.

Mother Horse

Blue Sky and Clouds

As I was driving in rural Davie County on Saturday,

I came upon a beautiful farm with several

pastures for horses and black cows. 

 Horses in Pasture

I came up to photograph this little fellow’s mother because she was so

gorgeous, and was very surprised to find him lying sound asleep on the

grass near the front of the paddock.  Before I could get his picture, he

sensed me, woke up and stretched.  He was only a few weeks old, if that.

Colt at Bashon Farm


Prom Night 2009

May 16, 2009

Prom 2009

I couldn’t resist adding my son’s senior prom photos

I’m so proud of him!!

Young Love

Black Ducks

There is a small group of little black ducks that live here,

Salem Creek

Nice bike path along Salem Creek Trail

Salem Creek 2

Small rapids on Salem Creek

White Geese

Beautiful, noisy, and greedy geese. 

Some of them have a hump on their head. 

Mabry Mill

May 12, 2009


Mabry Mill

Mabry Mill on Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia

Springtime Creek

May 7, 2009


Small creek after a morning rain shower

at Stone Mountain State Park

Widow’s Creek Falls

May 3, 2009


Widow's Creek Falls

Widow’s Creek Falls in Stone Mountain State Park

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