Friday, January 18, 2008

Mike and Mac

Ignore all the white space--I can't get rid of it! My dear friend and mentor, Mike, sent me a wonderful photo of horses he passed on his way to Tombstone, Arizona. I wish I was more computer savvy...I want to make it big so you can see the horses. They are just gorgeous. I think maybe draft crosses? Doesn't anyone have a guess? Mike and his little Schnauzer Mac travel around the country in their RV. Mike recently retired from to news biz, but I credit him with being a constant inspiration in my life. He has such an amazing eye and such a talent behind the lense. Just an overall fascinating man and I feel fortunate to have had the experience of working with him and hearing about his life, his travels, and his adventures with his little grey sidekick, Mac. You can click here to see more of his photos. Looking forward to seeing more from Tomstone, a place I have always wanted to go see.

7 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

The last time I was in Tombstone, Arizona, it was a short walk to the OK Corral and the tombstones that depict the people planted below. It was a kind of ghost town back then with tourists looking for a place out of the sun so the store fronts with porches were flooded with sweating brows and drooping cowboy hats. The year was 1952.

Foster Communications said...

I can see you doing that in your retirement years-traveling around in an RV with camera in hand. V. cool.

Oh, and if you email me the image I can enlarge and remove the white space for you.

J

Molly said...

Might be interesting to remove the white space but I kind of like it as is.
How's Maddy now?

Callie said...

That's a great photo of the horses. So neat to have a friend like that!I though the white space was sky!

EquineSpirit said...

I have something for you on my blog! :D

Deanna said...

When I clicked on the image, it looked like it would make the coolest blog banner...

Deanna

Wayne Jones said...

Hello e-mail me the full picture don't resize anything & i will play with it & e-mail it back.

Wayne x

equine.image@gmail.com