Written on July 5, 2016
I love nature. And while driving around the countryside here in Europe we were passing grand pastures with white horses. We quickly stopped to get a closer look at them; I took my camera and started taking pictures. Whether it was pictures of the grandeur of horses in nature or of horse eating off the hand of my girlfriend…
I think it is unfortunate that today we are growing away from nature instead of trying to get to see it more. That’s also why I hope that these pictures will make you smile and that you will find use even for this kind of pictures.
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