A place for my photos, which will either be marked as AppalachianWind or WindFeatherPhotos.
Using cheap point&shoot cameras and basic skills with little to no editing.
Sunrise in Dalton, Georgia.
Sorry for the lack of pictures this week. I have been in GA since Friday for a funeral.
Georgia has got the be the friendliest place I have never been. Y’all have got some manners down there. You can’t drive, but boy you are polite.
Good morning from Appalachia.
For those of you who need a few seconds of peace this morning.
Goodmorning from Little Buffalo Child.
I think he enjoys wearing his hat. Makes him look twice as cute as he saunters across the arena at 1 mph.
Taz and Rocky, best buds.
Morgan; Belgian Draft Horse
Good afternoon from Holly llama.
Kingdom Come State Park, July 2013
Good morning from ‘everything here is covered in ice and I want the warm’.
Good morning from DreamCatcher (DC), Colorado’s best friend. He stood with him until we came. My heart breaks for him most of all.
Colorado passed away today. He was fine one moment, and then the next he was down, struggling to get back up. We all ran to him and tried our best. He had 6 sets of hands on him, all working to help him stand, to fight alongside him. But it wasn’t meant to be.
In the end, after an hour of struggling and fighting, we all let go. All of us. At the age of 26, the Quarter Horse, Colorado, went home. He went easy. He went quick. He went surrounded by people who cherished him with our whole hearts. We held his head, kept our hands everywhere he wanted, fed him cookies and gave him quiet encouragement.
The old man was so kind. Everything he did, he did whole-heartedly. This is a horse that would lick your hand then nicker a quiet greeting, or a quiet goodbye. He was humble, he was easy to talk to, he was beautiful.
So Goodbye from Colorado, whom we will miss with all our hearts.