Sunday, October 13, 2013
Yesterday I was able to get to the Kentucky Horse park early enough to get a few good photos of the Akhal Tekes that came to visit from all over the United States. (TX, WA and IN). They were filming a "Horse Flicks" special on endangered Breeds. I had been following the idea on the Akhal Teke Yahoo group so I was looking forward to this Saturday for some time!
I have watched the Akhal Teke Episode that was filmed in 2006 and funny enough, I appear in the video while petting the stallion Pieter. (Totally embarrassed when I saw it! LOL!)
The Tekes this year didn't disappoint! Even better, the sun was out so their coats lit up with that legendary sheen!
I only remember a few of the horse's names because I was so excited about being there. (Even dropped and broke my favorite canon lens due to being so excited)
There will be a lot more photos up on my website www.abounaderphoto.com after I get through them all. Above are just a few that I was able to tweak and get up really quickly..
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Saturday, October 05, 2013
So sorry that this blog has suffered! I've been exceptionally busy and I apologize for that. I have gotten a raise and a promotion at work which comes with more responsibility and work.
Every weekend for the past month I've been swamped with either work or a horse show.. and I am still playing pool on sundays. I'm more busy than I've ever been in my life and I have no idea when it'll calm down!!!
Precious little time has been spent in the studio... Just working with my GRS block and my dremel graver, which I hate. My hand hates it too. I'm hoping that I can find a better engraving solution than the ones that I'm presented right now.
And I'm tired. I'm deep down tired... so I haven't posted a lot.
The Photos above are from the Arabian Celebrationi a couple of weeks ago. I took about 3k photos but I haven't gone through them yet.
I hope things are good in your neck of the woods!!