Saturday, August 22, 2009

A Horse is a Horse; Of Course, Of Course



Ever see the movie Nights in Rodanthe? Well, if not, let me give you a quick overview. A woman, Diane Lane, stays at her friend's beach house inn in Rodanthe, North Carolina, after her husband cheats on her. A retired doctor, Richard Gere, is the only other person staying at the inn.

I'll spare you the sappy details, but at one point in the movie, Diane Lane's character tells Richard Gere about the Spanish mustangs on the beaches north of Corolla and how on a very rare and special day, they will come as far down the beach as Rodanthe. These are the lovely horses she was talking about; however, not way down the coast in Rodanthe.

Today's PhotoHunt theme is Ripples. Camera Critters...well, you get the picture!




14 comments:

Amy said...

I like the one who's either playing/dying on his back.

Melissa B. said...

Superior Snaps! Some day I'll get to view the whole herd, too!

bing said...

indeed the pic with the horse lying on his back is lovely!

Colleen said...

awesome pics...love them!

jenny said...

That looks like fun! Love your shots!

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot said...

Very interesting shots. Nights in Rodanthe - great story!

http://blondesherry.blogspot.com/2009/08/ph-ripples-and-more-ripples.html

luna miranda said...

wow, i've never seen a horse on his back before. wonderful shots!

Snap said...

Love all of the shots, but especially of the one of the horse on his back. There is just something wonderful about a back scratch!

i beati said...

omg how cool!!sandy

Mrs4444 said...

Boy, they are beautiful animals, aren't they?

Tortuga said...

I love these pics!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow mommy and I love horses and these are amazing and beautiful critters!
purrs and love
mommy Léia and Luna

Melissa B. said...

Listen, I'm passing some bloggy bling your way this morning...I'd be ever so happy if you stopped by to have a look!

miss jo said...

I love horses on the beach. Your fotos are beautiful ! One of my favorite kids' books has always been "Misty of Chincoteague."