Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns


On a trip to Saratoga Springs with our granddaughter, we saw this beautifully painted horse. In other cities, we’ve seen painted moose, bears, cows, and even pigs. But, this one is our favorite.  Of course, we are a family partial to horses, even painted ones. 🙂


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12 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: From Lines to Patterns

  1. Oh i LOVE this! He is magnificent!


  2. We are also a family partial to horses…of any kind. I’ve seen these horses in other cities, too.



  3. Oh how cute is this horse? I would of had to put little man on it. LOL!


  4. Grandma Kc says:

    You always find such interesting pieces on your adventures. I love this one — the ballerina on the horse is just perfect because both are so graceful and have such amazing muscles — both with such long necks. Thanks for sharing.


  5. Susan Adcox says:

    This is a great example. We’ve seen cows, pelicans and other animals. The town of Aransas Pass on the Texas coast has a cool variation. There’s a boat called the Farley boat that was important in its history. You can order a Farley boat planter and customize it and, of course, plant it with your choice of flowers.


  6. Joyce says:

    That’s beautiful! In my city, we’ve done fish – it’s always fun to see what people come up with!


  7. DeDivahDeals says:

    Wow this is awesome! Congratulations on your Good Neighbor Nomination and enjoy the first week of Autumn.


  8. mtetar says:

    Congrats on your nomination for The Good Neighbor Award! Blessings, Mtetar


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