Emotions! Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #131

For this Lens-Artists challenge, to show photos of “emotions”, I am choosing several photos from the World Equestrian Games in 2018. I had media accreditation for the WEG 2018 This enabled me to get a good spot ringside to take photos. These riders have just finished their tests. The release of the tension and the…

Creativity in the Time of Covid

This week the Lens Artists Challenge is Creativity in the Time of Covid given to us by Tina at Travels and Trifles. One area of creativity that I have found during this pandemic is improving my photography and taking photos of things I do not normally take photos of. I did an online course with…

A Side View

This week Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge is the “Side of Things”. When I saw this challenge I immediately thought of a wonderful photo, taken by my friend Connie Gee, at the show I competed in with my horse, Biasini, last weekend. So I am using Connie’s photo for my response to this challenge….

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge

This photo was taken at a competition that was deluged with rain. You can see the grey specks of rain drops against the black horse. I edited this photo in Lightroom Classic to remove any color from the background and left only the red on the horse’s bonnet. I think the Animal challenge was a…

Framing the Shot.

This weeks the Lens-Artists photo challenge is “Framing the Shot” Thanks to Amy for this really interesting challenge. Here are my responses. Sometimes I do not want to show the whole horse but just something that has caught my eye. In this case it is the Canadian flag on the fly bonnet of Jill Irving’s…


Aerial is the Travel With Intent One Word Sunday Challenge. Usually “aerial” is a photo taken from above but I am responding with some horses who are “aerial”.

Those hooves!

Not feet, not paws, not claws but hooves. Big hooves that belong to Biasini’s friend Khan. I chose the photos of Khan’s hooves for Cee’s Black and White photo challenge this week. And here is Khan. All 18 hands high of him!