Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Wordless Wednesday (Almost)


This is what #1 has been up to in Hampshire...






Once upon a time, it was like this everywhere. Now, this is close to being a unique sight. Kudos to Robert Sampson of Harbridge Farm.

16 comments:

  1. What a magnificent sight! Gorgeous! Yes, our technology has pushed many things to the wayside. *sigh*

    Have a YAYful day!

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  2. What a magnificent sight to see those horses working!

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  3. Now they are definitely not Bottoms of Disrespect - they are Bottoms which COMMAND respect!
    How wonderful.

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  4. Beautiful! We have never seen anything so gorgeous like this. It must be such a sight

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  5. How lovely - a sunny day and working horses. This is something Mum says she can't remember the last time she saw horses working in the fields. It is lovely to see the old traditions.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  6. Really nice photos. I like the dust being kicked up.

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  7. Next time you come to North America, you should visit an area where Amish folks live. They still use horses to farm, and it's a beautiful sight. There's nothing more beautiful than big horses doing the jobs they were bred to do, is there?

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  8. Great thundering hooves moving the earth beneath them, manes blowing in the wind, clouds of billowing soil being overturned ; such a powerful and awe inspiring image of days and traditions long gone by. Thank you for sharing these photos.Absolutely beautiful!

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  9. That is an impressive lineup!

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  10. Wow, aren't they just beautiful!!!

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  11. Our Grampie would have loved to see this. He was brought up farming with horses.

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  12. how pawsome! It must be a wonderful sight and a great feeling to see such handsome draft horses doing what they were meant to do

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