Saturday, November 28, 2009

Looking at it through her eyes.

I was organizing pictures tonight and came across these pictures that Hannah took a few months ago.

We'd been out working with the horses and I asked her to put my camera around her neck and hold onto it. When I unloaded the card that night, these were on it.

That's me off in the distance in the arena - putting some time on Daisy before we rode together.

This is after I started ponying her on Princess. You can see Ains' boot in front of my leg where she was riding.

A close-up. "So I could remember her scratching place when we came in the house."

Cygnus trotting beside us.

Oh, dear. That's too be expected, I suppose.

This one, however ... this one took more effort and planning.

This was taken as I was tying the pony to the trailer. I look just about as tired as I felt.

It's interesting, and sometimes surprising, to see what kids think is important enough to take pictures of. This time? Not so surprising. Mother, pony, puppy, and butts.


Maria said...

Love the last sentence!

Most of the pics my kids take I end up deleting but some are gems.

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Awwww, lovely. And very funny, too! You need to give her your camera more often. :-)

Throwback at Trapper Creek said...

She has your eye for photography - these are great :)

Country Girl said...

Nice picutres. I too love looking through the pics the kids take. They have a whole different perspective on the world. Love it!