From the Back of a Motorcycle #13: Chestnut Shining Yearlings

We live in horse country here in Camarillo, California, and I see horses every motorcycle ride we take, chestnut, white, dappled, black and an occasional bay.

This is the thirteenth post in a series featuring one of my photos taken from the back of our (moving) Honda Sabre Shadow, paired with words I wrote while on the same, or different, ride with my husband.

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March 29, 2014 Santa Paula area, California. Taken with a Canon PowerShot A560 from the back of a moving motorcycle


Bliss touched weather…

Black new calves

and chestnut shining yearlings

   dot the fields.

It’s a 12 hawk-soaring kind of day. (yes 12)

~ experienced from the back of a motorcycle, march 31, 2012~

Meghan Deinhard


 

Thank you for visiting. I wish I could take all of you on our rides with us! Your comments warm my heart and put a smile in my day. :D  And stay tuned for more poetry in motion.

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11 thoughts on “From the Back of a Motorcycle #13: Chestnut Shining Yearlings

  1. Rebecca St Croix

    That photo is so perfect and serene, it doesn’t look real! Beautiful! Should be a postcard!

  2. Meghan Post author

    I agree with the motorcycle being a steel horse. I thought I would want a horse when we retire, but our lifestyle probably won’t allow it. However, I am very happy with the freedom of the ride on the back of a motorcycle! Plus, no vet bills…

  3. Meghan Post author

    Thanks Mary. I also adore the smell of stable… what can I say, I grew up with horses and just love it!

  4. Meghan Post author

    I never know how the shots will turn out until I get home and look. I’m pleased I got the pony too. He’s a cutie. My iPhone shots are actually better quality with less blurr, but the point and shoot much easier and safer.
    You are so right, the clouds really make the shot! Thanks!

  5. nharvey

    Wow! I’m trying to imagine that photo without those magnificent clouds, and it just wouldn’t be the same. They really add some contrast and texture. And love how you captured that little pony in the lower left.

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