Panasonic Lumix DMC – FZ30 / ACDSee Pro 6

Once again, a dive back into the archives of When a Painter Snaps:

I sometimes think the best part of my photographing rodeos, Charreadas (Mexican rodeos), and Jineteadas (Argentinian rodeos), and other horse events, is the children. There's something charming, beautiful and inherently wholesome about these children of the equine world.

This young lady rides in the opening ceremony with her big sister who is about to perform in Escaramusa, the side-saddle, all girl precision drill team.

Hasta mañana.



LAGUNA STONEWORK / Canon Powershot s400 / ACDSee Pro 6

Here's one from a couple of years ago on my blog, Click on the image to enlarge it, and marvel, as I did, at the stonework in this simple yet complex stone wall.,

There is a beautiful, whitewashed church in New Mexico's Laguna Pueblo. It is so striking that you could easily miss this beautiful but simple stone building, just across from it. No matter what you're photographing, it's a good idea to look all around, including in the opposite direction, so you don't miss a thing.

Dinner with friends tonight, so this will be another short post.

Hasta mañsna.