I like to explore….
They look like miniature horses to me
Yep, sounds like you’re right! Doh. Thanks
Up until last Spring I was raising miniature horeses.I had a herd of 20 when I sold out.
Wow, that’s pretty cool 🙂 Must have been a rewarding experience?
Yes it was.My wife and I did it fir 15 years.We had a very good herd when we quit.
This picture is wonderful! Love it!
Horses they are! Wonderful picture with manificent colors! Ann
Oh dear, I should probably have known that 😉 Thanks, I’m going to change the title so I don’t feel quite so silly haha. Thanks, I like the colours too
Thank you Madhu, glad you like it!
What ever they are – they are beautiful in a wonderful photo.
Lovely of you to say Marketa, thank you! 🙂
No matter what they are it is a beautiful composition!
Aw, thank you!
So strange to see them on the steps.
Yes! There were so many carrying equipment and supplies to those living up in the mountains and taking stuff back down constantly
Great composition, Tania. I dig the colors too.
Cheers Lionel, Nepal is full of these great colourful scenes!
Wonderful composition and the colours are superb.
Thanks David 🙂
I was going to say the same thing as everyone else. Beautiful composition and beautiful colours 🙂
Thank you Karin 🙂
Wow! A slice of life from somewhere far away! Great image!
Thank you Steve, glad to share it with you 🙂
I love the composition, details and whatever can be said about it, meaning everything 😀
Very kind of you as always Francis, I’m very glad you enjoy it!
Hi Tania. Following you it’s like reading National Geographic magazine. Thank you for expending my horizons and ‘taking’ me with you on your trips. Being from former Soviet Union, the freedom to travel and explore the world means so much to me.
Looks like Nepal is a very colorful country, and all pictures are absolutely beautiful. I can not even name my favorite in this case. I like all of them, or may be more than others I like mystic ‘Woodland’ and ‘Buddhist Temple’ (Buddha seems to picking through the colorful flags (?) into your soul – absolutely staining composition!). And this photo gives me the feeling that famous Hodja Nasreddin will appear at the end of procession… Who cares in this case if they are donkeys or horses, if it sparks your imagination!
Ah thank you Yelena! That is quite the compliment, I love National Geographic magazine – the images they feature are out of this world – I have a long way to go before I can be compared with that but I know what you mean about getting an insight into what’s ‘out there’ in terms of travel. It’s wonderful to experience the visual beauty which exists all over the globe, and, although I have only seen a fraction, I enjoy sharing it because even if it gives just a small amount of the pleasure I got seeing it in ‘real life’ then that’s a great thing…..it’s lovely that people like you appreciate the world too. Nepal is stunning – very colourful and varied – it was an amazing adventure! Thanks again for your kind words and hope you are having a fab Friday 🙂
I love horses and this photo. Ethel Davis
Thank you Ethel 🙂
I loved it, Thank you dear Tania, with my love, nia
Thanks Nia, as always, for your kind support!
So much colour, what a great picture!
Thanks Lorna, glad you like it 🙂
stumbled across your blog this morning (didn’t hurt myself.) Love your work and love that you have been to Nepal (it’s on my bucket list)
I hope you enjoyed your trip here 😉 Thanks so much for the compliment and I’m happy to hear that Nepal is on your bucket list, it is certainly deserving of a place there….you can get a taste of some of the delights from my photographs but experiencing it first hand is something else!!! 🙂
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