And now, for your viewing pleasure, this is Springtime in Maryland’s horse country. Foaling begins in late Winter and by the time early Spring rolls around, the babies are big enough to be outside all the time, enjoying the weather and each other.
These photos were taken last April, one evening after dinner, in the paddock off our backyard at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Maryland.
There, I’ve said it. That’s where we used to live and work for ten years.
I loved living there.
I was looking through my old photo files and came across these few pictures. I ran Pioneer Woman’s soft & faded action In Photoshop CS2 on each of them.
For years, we lived with this view from our backyard, and all the while we lived there, we knew how lucky we were. Friends always enjoyed coming over in the Spring when they could see the horses.
My husband began working with horses in his very early twenties, and we lived on so many different and beautiful horse farms in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland. I do miss seeing horses, and hearing them outside my windows. A horse’s sounds are very comforting to me.
Especially the snorts that happen when you accidentally eat onion grass for the first time. Ewww!
Hope you enjoyed sharing some memories with me. Have a beautiful day, all.
Until tomorrow, then my friends . . .