Equine Study: Blurs and Spots
I’m sorry the blog content has been lacking a bit this past week or so, exam week crushed me this year and I’m just starting to bounce back in time for Christmas. So, it will pick up a little bit, I promise. I’ve got some bigger stuff in the works. Until then I leave you with my favorite photo subject along with these past posts to keep you inspired.
- A Men’s Gift Guide from last year if you need some last minute ideas
- This blogging book review from Oh Joy! (Hint: I loved it!)
- Looking for a quick gift or just a cute craft? Check out this cut out.
Totes Ma Goats
Had you asked me a few years ago if I liked goats I probably would have said I was indifferent, but I have to say, these little guys are growing on me steadily. Hence why I sneak off to the farm to take pictures of them during crunch time at the end of the semester.
Now, as for exam week- it’s kicking my ass.
Equine Study: Field Mates
At some point I figure people will start unfollowing Anna Down South simply because I post too many horse pictures. Is it a risk I’m willing to take? Clearly. It’s hard not to when these creatures pose so easily and are already such a huge part of my life. I do, honestly, try to switch it up a little and not only post my horse D’Artagnan (the spotted one of past posts (X – X – X). So with that being said, here are some of his field mates. Grazing away just days away from fall foliage taking over.
Meet D’Artagnan, the only stable man in my life (it’s okay, you can laugh, you’re supposed too). His name is french, if you are wondering (dar-tan-yon) is how you’d pronounce it. Bonus points to you if you can guess were it’s from below in comments. (hint: I’m an English major)
Just thought I’d share some pictures of the joy of my life.
Anna Oates, Stokesdale NC, 2012