Crazy me. I thought, hey, I've got a digital camera and some shop lights, that qualifies me as a horse photographer, right?? No, now I think not. One weekend and 90 pictures later, I've got nothing. Studly couldn't have been less interested in vogueing either. I tried shakers, tossing shavings, grain incentives and a mirror. The mirror worked best but I still was only able to get about 3 pictures with his ears perked.
The background I hung up in his stall to avoid the wood was supposed to be black. It ended up reflecting light and showing every little wrinkle. So, based on time, I have begun to put together a website. I had to photo edit a picture to take out the distracting background. The more I look at it, the more I feel a twelve-year-old could have done better. It's not the image I want to present, but I think it's better than none at all.
I feel a future post coming on the woes of website building. Wow, I now have a new respect for computer brainiacs.
I'm always open to helpful comments, suggestions, and, of course, criticism (good or bad, you can't hurt my feelings, and maybe I'll learn a thing or two.)