Two for Dinner... by vignouse

Two for Dinner...

These are the French heavy horse breed Percheron and one or other of them (or their chestnut-coloured brother) can often be seen in summer taking visitors to Paimpont on a tour of the village in a calèche - a horse drawn open coach.
Love the mirror like image.
July 14th, 2014  
Lovely shot Richard
July 14th, 2014  
sorry new to this I dont know how to tag ppl thanks so much for telling me great shot love this
July 14th, 2014  
They are so big - you can see their cheeks so clearly here!
July 14th, 2014  
Jo
I like how the two heads appear mirrored, and I like the green negative space against the grey, a lovely shot.
July 14th, 2014  
Wonderful
July 14th, 2014  
Lee
Strong powerful looking animals, and a great image of them.
July 14th, 2014  
love the repeative nature and the symmetry
July 14th, 2014  
nice
July 14th, 2014  
Splendid, love the pair and compo. Fav
July 14th, 2014  
Wow love the color and comp.
July 15th, 2014  
totally in sync.
July 15th, 2014  
Wonderfully detailed photo
July 15th, 2014  
We have horse drawn coaches and sometimes wagons in Portland. Especially when a cruise ship is docked or during the Christmas holiday's. Lovely symmetry.
July 15th, 2014  
Great shot. Wonderful pov.
July 15th, 2014  
beautiful rhythm, beautiful horses! Fav!
July 15th, 2014  
such a beautifully composed image - fav!
July 15th, 2014  
Beautiful. Gorgeous color. Well taken
July 15th, 2014  
Great composition - lovely
July 15th, 2014  
Beautiful composition
July 15th, 2014  
Me too...Love the curves and the diagonal line you created between the pair. Wonderful composition.
July 15th, 2014  
Super composition, and such clear detail - lovely!

Ian
July 15th, 2014  
really a great composition..nicely done
July 15th, 2014  
Gorgeous horses and I really love your composition. Fav from me Richard.
July 15th, 2014  
@dibzgreasley Thanks Debs... but did you perhaps forget to press the Fav button? It's not showing on my stats ;-(
July 15th, 2014  
Wonderful composition Richard. The repetitions are so good! You must have had to wait a while. Fav!
July 15th, 2014  
@yrhenwr Thanks David - on the contrary, I had to be very quick! I arrived at the pasture at the same time as the owner and he remarked that they had eaten all the grass in their (electric) fenced off area, so he opened up a new area of pasture and all four horses set to with gusto. You can see that the background horse is already turning away to his left - the shot just before this was better as they were exactly mirrored but he back horse had a 'wall-eye' and looked weird, so I picked this one. In the shot after this they have already moved apart.
July 15th, 2014  
@vignouse I did, sorry - sorted!
July 16th, 2014  
It's lovely to see these beautiful animals having a day off.
July 16th, 2014  
I think I'm seeing double!!! Ha ha
Love the composition!
Fav
July 16th, 2014  
beautiful shot... wonderful composition
July 16th, 2014  
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