Saturday, May 20, 2006

New neighbor

Photo: Courtesy of Christian Weimer - Thanks Christian!

This guy suddenly appeared in one of our neighbors backyard. Well, he didn't just appear - I'm sure that's his new home now. He seems a bit lonely all by himself, though, but I'll pass by from time to time to say Hello. :)

12 Comments:

At 12:44 PM, Blogger Maya said...

macho, handsome, strong, single too? and black your new neighbor ;-) i'd come over and talk with him too if i were you :-) he seems nice...

 
At 5:52 PM, Blogger luggi said...

He's beautiful!

 
At 6:56 PM, Blogger micki said...

Oh, I hope you two become good friends. You'll get some great shots for sure.

 
At 8:18 PM, Blogger Gudl said...

So... you live right next to the vineyards? That is nice. ... This horsey seems to have a great life!

 
At 5:58 AM, Blogger anoop said...

a touch overexposed..but the makes the black stand out well!

 
At 6:52 AM, Blogger siege2050 said...

It reminds me of the time when I sat on my back porch in the morning about half asleep and about 10 of the neighbors cows where standing about 4 feet away and scared me because i didn't notice em at first. I was like.... why are there cows in my back yard? :)

 
At 6:53 AM, Blogger siege2050 said...

Man I must have been tired.

 
At 8:29 AM, Blogger Kala said...

wow - I wished I lived in your house! You have a very beautiful scenery.
Is this considered a "country" area? it seems like the yards are very large!!

 
At 9:00 AM, Blogger Sam said...

A beautiful shiny black horse!! And a nice background for him too!

 
At 9:17 AM, Blogger Marieta said...

Black Beauty :-)

 
At 2:05 AM, Anonymous lagatta à Montréal said...

What a beautiful horse! I showed him to mein Kater, Renzo, who is also black and shiny but MUCH smaller...

Just be glad the neighbours didn't take up pig-farming. I have a friend (a writer) who bought a little house in the country, in rolling hills between Montréal and Vermont that are not unlike yours. A little paradise. And then the pig farm moved in...

A whiff of horse manure (Pferdmist?) hope that makes sense in German - is just a normal country scent, but a pig farm is utterly disgusting...

 
At 10:39 AM, Blogger Nicola said...

maya - hahah, didn't know you like machos ;). I'll tell him about you :).

gudl - yes, I live pretty close to the vineyards. This is the view from our balcony (with a zoom).

siege2050 - hahah, funny story! :)

nicholas - yes, I guess you can call this country side.

lagatta - now that you say it, I'm definitely glad that the neighbour didn't start pig farming!!

Thank you all for your nice comments!!!

 

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