Sunday was a perfectly beautiful fall day here in our area, so Motor Man and I, once again, headed to Carova.
And, once again, the wild horses provided us with some great shots. Let me explain how I took this first picture. As some of you know, there’s an ordinance requiring humans to stay at least 50 feet from the Corolla wild horses. Motor Man stopped our vehicle, I jumped out, used my zoom lens, snapped this picture and got right back in the vehicle. When you see the video later in this post, you’ll see the importance of giving these horses their space.
I do believe we interrupted lunch time for this beauty.
But…. this….this just melted my heart. We finally got to see the newest foal, a filly, born this season (late August).
Again, these photos were taken with my zoom lens. I wouldn’t dare be that close.
And how many pictures did I take of this baby? I’m not tellin’.
But I promise that I won’t share them all in this post.
So, as you can tell, the horses were really making our day. And then we came upon this. You’ll want to have your volume on, and you should be able to watch in full screen.
I’m guessing these are two stallions? But I’m not sure. And whether or not, the disagreement was as serious as it looked, I don’t really know. I’m just glad no humans were anywhere in the area. Because, obviously, for those few minutes, the horses weren’t paying much attention to their surroundings. (We were in our vehicle.)
And I found it so funny that the third horse really wanted in on the action. Watch at the 33 second mark, where it almost kicks up its hind feet….but not quite. Then a few seconds later, a few kicks DO happen.
As I’ve said before, every visit to the beach is different. But not many are more action-filled than last Sunday’s trip.
~These Days Of Mine~