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Sunday, June 26, 2011

Sunday Stills--Sepia or Black and White

This week our Sunday stills challenge has been to get shots in Sepia or Black and White, well what better subject than my mare and foal!  I really like the sepia tone, I think it makes the picures look like they are really old, so that is what I chose to do mine in.

I accidentally cut off Discos ears (oops).  But I liked the pic so I had to include it anyways.

Its a little harder to see her roan hip in the sepia tone though.  But in this photo you can sorta see it.  I am still taking contest entries for a name till the 30th so get yours in.

I tried to stay away from plants, although I did get grass, but last time I took a sepia picture it was a Christmas Cactus and in the picture it looks dead, so I avoided it this time.  But I had to add in this black and white girl as well.

And I sposse it doesn't count cause there is some green and pink in it as well, but had to add her.  For more go to Sunday Stills.


Just Ramblin' said...

The third one, the baby, really caught my eye. So very sweet! Nice photos. : )

Shirley said...

The third one of the filly is so cute. And hey- black and white looks good in pink!

fernvalley01 said...

I really like the baby pics

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Great photos! What a cute baby. I had no idea she had been born since I've been on my blog-cation.



dibear said...

Some of your pictures didn't post for me! I love the pic of the foal, just precious. :)

Country Gal said...

Awesome photos !

Ranch Girl Diaries said...

Foals are so stinkin' cute! :-)

Linda said...

Nice! I like your humour in the last one;)))))

chloephotography said...

aww so cute :)

gtyyup said...

Yep...that's B & W!!! LOL

The filly is such a cutie. I love the first shot...a very soothing photo.

Brenda said...

love those pics of the foal!!!

I'm naming 2 foals this year, and came up with te names of Dove (as that is what I was listenin to the night before she was born) and Fawn, for her coloring.

Play like Disco and the sire is Redford's Blue Chip

How about Redfords Jazzy Chip "Jazz", Playing the Blues "Blue" for blue roan, Discos Red Chip "Red or Chip".