Sunday, September 11, 2011

Sunday Challenge (Shiny Things)

So this weeks challenge is Shiny  Things. There is quite a lot to choose from but you had to know there would be a few of these kicking around.

Jazz is shiny even when she's dirty. This horse is so shiny she shines in the dark....yes I did try to catch that....but no such luck, you will just have to take my word for it...or you could come visit.
This is the metal rim of a barrel lid shining in the sun... I almost went blind taking this pic.

Moxie has a pretty high gloss.
The side emblem on my truck.

The sun shining off the Greenhouse

Well that's my contribution. I'll be checking you all out later. I bet there will be some interesting stuff.In spite of the stirred up memories that will be going around today please try to have a good week. Later


Shirley said...

Plenty of shiny horses at your place; here they are all covered in dust, especially Beamer. Mattie is looking really good, Jazz too; she sure does have a beautiful neck, just like her brothers. The greenhouse is blinding, who'da thunk plastic would be so shiny!

dibear said...

I love the shiney beauty of the horses. :)

Just Ramblin' said...

Beautiful photos. Nice contribution.

fernvalley01 said...

Love the shine on a healthy horse

Ed said...

:-) Shiney coats..well done..:-)

Horses Are Our Lives said...

Love the sunshine. My truck was shining today too!

Crystal said...

Hmm I sold my super shiney horse, but I see you have some. Anf the greenhouse and the metal barrel are so shiny can hardly look at them!

Ann said...

You brush your horse so well that indeed they shine.

Janice said...

OK Ann I'm going to go with that.
( chuckle - chuckle)

2browndawgs said...

You had some really nice pictures. It is convenient to have such nice shiny horses. ;)

danardoyle said...

Your horses are beautiful and obviously very well loved and cared for - they do have a great gloss to their coats! What a neat idea for a shiny shot!

aurora said...

Great shiny collection! I really like the shine captured in the distant midst of nature, and of course horses coats.

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