I’m calling it coronavirus cabin fever. When you are so bored, you finally clean your house. Found these in an old secretary’s envelope from Full Circle Horse Park. Odd & ends being handed out by the photographer I assume. Jeremy Villar Photography
The whiteout in the photos below is an error with my scanner, not a problem with the original photos. They look fine. The sensors got confused by a light-colored horse on light-colored footing. The photo sensors didn’t do all that much better with a white shirt against the sky, above. Issues fixable if I spent more time with my camera or with post-production. As a professional, Mr. Villar handles white shirt, white sky, white horse, white ground just fine, naturally. Look, pretty pictures! Look, pretty horsie!
Figuring out which Full Circle Show
Not this one, he was braided.
[So It Begins, Show Photos, Dressage at Full Circle Horse Park, Summer 2018]
Not this one, wrong shirt on rider.
[So It Continues, Show Photos, Dressage at Full Circle Horse Park, October 2018]
[Dynamic Duo Does Digital, Show Photos, Dressage at Full Circle Horse Park, March 2019]
Dressage, white shirt
[Preliminaries Accomplished, Show Report, Full Circle Horse Park, April 2019, Dressage]
Jumping, red shirt
[Our First Competition Course, Show Photos, Full Circle Horse Park, April 2019]
[We Cantered! We Won! Guess Which One I Care About! Show Report, Full Circle Horse Park, May 2019, Dressage]
[On Course Again, Show Report, Full Circle Horse Park, May 2019, Show Jumping]
Milton expresses himself
[Looking Goofy, Horse Show Outtakes]
Stay safe. Stay sane.
6 thoughts on “Found Fotos, Milton at Full Circle Horse Park”
Love the cat photo the most — all others are nice too.
Love them all. He is beautiful and you look good together. The cat photo rocks.
Occasionally, if I’m feeling ornery, I wonder if we rely too much on photos to remember our lives. Mostly, my response is Oooh nice horse! Yay cat pix!
We usually take pictures of good things in our lives. And when things are very, very bad, sometimes looking at those photos, jogging the memory, helps a bit to get through.
We do tend to take pictures of the highs and not the lows, don’t we? Unless one is a photo journalist, then the opposite.
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