You can walk for hours in the oldest forest in Denmark without seeing a soul.
Then suddenly you see a movement among trees and grasses and sometimes those beautiful animals come to greet you or maybe check your bag for carrots 🙂
He knows when you’re happy
He knows when you’re comfortable
He knows when you’re confident
And he always knows when you have carrots.
The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact
with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and freedom.
Sharon Ralls Lemon
The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse’s ears
A horse loves freedom, and the weariest old work horse will roll on the ground or break into a lumbering gallop when he is turned loose into the open
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.
Gribskov – Need to know
23 thoughts on “The Rare Elements of Grace, Beauty, Spirit and Freedom”
I too love horses! Those are some of the most amazing looking horses I have ever seen! I would love to just forget about everything and gallop around on one of my horses. I’d love to become one with the wind!
Thank you so much, Lydia for sharing your thoughts and dreams with me. Horses are fascinating creatures ❤
All the best,
The horses! They are amazing!
What magnificent horses, the photos are incredible!
The horses adorn the landscape or is it vice versa 🙂
Thanks a lot!!
I like the Arabian quote about the horse’s ears. I will use that one in conversation at the first opportunity.
Hi Alen. I like the quote too. A sunny meadow with a rolling sea of green grass and a horse that barely casts shadow because of its speed. That’s the picture I see.
All the best,
The horses are crazy beautiful! I never see something like this around here. TY, Hanna! Fab post!
🙂 Thanks Resa!! I think the horses might fit beautifully into the wilderness around Toronto ❤
LOL!!!! If they were painted on a wall I agree…… Come to think of it, I wish there were more horse murals.
Of course, we have gorgeous country side here. I just rarely get out of the city & into our wilds. One has to drive 3 hours or more, for wild.
One might go by train towards Ottawa as you did last time, Resa and check in the Algonquin Provincial Park for a horse or two –
When I looked at the Algonquin Provincial Park one Dane had taken a pic of some kind of Eco lodge.
Danes are everywhere!! 🙂
I have not been to Algonquin Park for many years! Perhaps next summer. A good idea, actually!
It’s fun that I’m in Denmark and give you ideas on where to spend the summer of 2017 🙂
Where should I go? To Ledrake’s small native island in the middle of Denmark ?
PS There is no need for that since I’ve already been there.
I had a good friend there years ago: Samsø
Yeah!! TY for the idea!
You explore the wilderness. I’ll explore the alleys of the city & Algonquin Park.
Re: LDN… I feel very sad that his parents’ beautiful back sheep passed away. It was a gorgeous creature.
LDN…I wasn’t aware of that 😦
You explore the alleys – to check if the bees antennae glows in the dark! 🙂
Indah, I will pass it on to the horses 🙂 🙂
Me gustan mucho las fotos de los caballos, pero me gusta todavía más la foto 3. Gracias por todas ellas y por los bellos pensamientos que las acompañan.
Un encantada pantano, Isabel. Los colores son a veces difíciles de creer. Es un paseo muy agradable ❤ 🙂
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