3/19/2009

Skywatch Friday #36

This video was taken on Sunday. The trees were really whipping around in a wonderfully blue sky. It was the day that we went out to pick up a mare and I saw Scooby's twin.

I wanted to let you know that the miricale calf is a little bull and his name is Sundance. He is a doll. I will get photos soon, every one I have right now is a blur because he is always running around.

Please go visit the other great Skywatch participants at Skywacth Friday There are wonderful photos from all around the world!Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR

12 comments:

Deb said...

boy that wind was blowing, great video!

Tink *~*~* said...

Looks like a beautiful, blustery spring day. Those trees will be greening up before you know it.

TGIF - w00t! :)
Tink *~*~*

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nature ramblings said...

Loved your video, especially the sound. I love the wind. Thanks for sharing. Happy friday.

Babooshka said...

Defintitely feel windy but such a lovely blue.

Denise said...

What a great SWF post. Really enjoyed your video.

Betty said...

Great video. Looking forward to the pictures of Sundance.

Dusty Devoe said...

I love the sound of the wind! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Saddle Mountain Rider said...

Such fun posts again today. I enjoy all of the photos of your friends and look forward to returning for more. Neither of our boys have beautiful spotted butts and i kinda miss that, our family having bred and raised Appys in my youth. Now i have my spot fix. Thanks!

Sylvia K said...

I can feel the wind! We had so much of that here in Seattle last Sunday! But your shot is beautiful!
Such a marvelous blue!! Happy SWF!

mommanator said...

beautiful!

bettyl said...

Wow! For a horse, that's not a bad video! Nice change from the stills.

Powell River Books said...

Thanks for the visit this week. Those are some pretty good winds. We can get some at our cabin as well, but we try to capture the power to generate electricity. But only up to a point. If they get too strong they generator shuts down. - Margy

 

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