The hills in the background and the bales in front taken under the belly of a horse!
Our beautifully glossy Thunder
|The bales brought in closer under the horse's belly |
We have a resident Swainsons Spurfowl who spends a great deal of every morning on one of the bales in the pecan paddock next to our rondawel
The male below was always the Alpha male and he and Hurricane could not stand each other. However, since separating the males and females a few months ago, these two males are now co-habiting quite peacefully. Below Ulgar Pulgar is eating in the partitioned area although the wall between the two adult males is non-existent these days.
I'm linking to Saturday Critters with Eileen here
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