Horse Jumping Competition

3 years 1 month ago #650422 by Alyssa Briggs

Nikon Shooter wrote: Yes… first I LOVE the smell of horses and their company!
It was a very fine day.

For my work… not really. Capturing only given moments
takes a bit from the flow of efforts of both the riders and
the jumpers doing their best to win the competition.


Would be awesome as an experience! I never really tried riding a horse before. have you? 


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3 years 1 month ago #650472 by Nikon Shooter
Yes, Alyssa but never in a competitive way ever.

I had, on my little farm in Canada, four draft horses
that were more than happy to work… even very hard…
just for the fun of it. Of course, I couldn't resist riding
them (no saddle) all but I let them do what ever they
wanted — run or walk. I do admit that to see a Perch-
ron at full speed is quite impressive.

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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3 years 2 weeks ago #652554 by Suni Park
I bet it would. usually when I try horseback riding it is just walk and somewhat a little bit faster than walk. I wonder how it feels to ride a horse in full speed. 


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3 years 2 weeks ago #652628 by Nikon Shooter
The power… it is all in the power!

One goes through life with only the available legs. Just
remember your first bicycle day… or the fist time you did
drive anything with a motor. Now, imagine riding on some-
thing alive, and big and high, that is sweating, breathing fast,
rocking you as a toy… I mean power. Go for it, try it! :P

Light is free… capturing it is not!
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