Uploaded: March 23, 2006
Neighbor's new foal.Perfect light. I don't remember the specifics; this was taken a while ago.
Ray Clarke April 20, 2006Another lovely photo from your gallery Lynn, I love the composition on this one (ac) #430688
Lynn Margason April 20, 2006Thanks Audrey,
Christina C. Moore May 26, 2006This little animal is too beautiful-- What a lovely photo. #2818491
Joy E. Cobb June 10, 2006Oh, what a cutie, Lynn! You're right...perfect light. Nice job scanning this. Love all the equine images in your gallery! #2879636
Lynn Margason June 11, 2006Thank you, Joy! We didn't actually scan it; we had it off a disk when we developed the photos (got a CD). Doubt a scan would be this sharp. We have quite a few of our film photos from CDs and I've been contemplating revisiting some of them, but haven't had the time. This one just seemed appropriate for the spring season. #2880686
Melissa G. Meiselman June 12, 2006Fabulous image in wonderful vertical format, Lynn. I would have cloned out the barbed wire. #2886432
Lisa R. Buffington April 10, 2007Gorgeous foal! Beautiful portrait with outstanding detail,lighting and colors. Love it. Lisa #4150551
Lynn Margason April 10, 2007Hi, Lisa, Thanks for seeing this fellow! This one is in our gallery because it shows about where we were with the Canon AE1 before going digital. Now-a-days I spend some time on the computer adjusting images to look as good as they did straight out of that old Canon! Not to say we never get them digitally like this, but it is sort of like typing on a computer, you don't worry much about typos because they are so easy to correct, whereas, in the old days, you had to break out that "whiteout" and dab it on and blow it dry and find the spot to retype. It made for much more accurate typing and digital photography seems to be similar to typing on the computer: you get almost unlimited chances without penalty on most shoots. #4150623
Hurk (Steve) Hurkett April 18, 2007What a beautiful little guy, Lynn and Kevin ... nice color and details ... #4183779
Lynn Margason April 19, 2007Hi, Hurk,
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