i love photographing him
i love photographing him
don’t let people on tumblr make you upset for doing nothing wrong. because no matter how experienced, intelligent or superior they believe themselves to be, they would shit their pants if they had to face you in real life. don’t take bullshit from self-righteous nerds hiding behind a fucking computer screen
(((loose reins and soft hands are not the same thing)))
i would say “why” but… you know… missouri. they do things a little different ‘round those parts.
By the looks of the saddle she looks to be a trick rider. :)
different in missouri? she is just trick riding.
Yeah that’s a trick riding saddle people. No need to get bitchy.
I spent all damn day getting this to work, you guys better reblog the shit outta this
-Anthony Mackie getting in trouble for signing his posters at a Micheals (x)
Anthony Mackie is a gift to all mankind.
anybody think the manager would have reacted this way to RDJ? ‘Cause I’m going with a no.
You know, this could have all be avoided if he’d actually asked permission to sign the inventory instead of just arbitrarily signing it. Seriously. Technically, he vandalized inventory. Just because it’s a poster with you on it, doesn’t mean it’s yours to do with whatever you want (whether you’re Anthony Mackie or RDJ). Probably wouldn’t have been a problem at all if he’d gone to the manager and asked ahead of time. He probably wouldn’t have even had to buy a sharpie.
1st by Unita-N on deviantART
2nd by yonaz on deviantART
3rd and 4th by daRoz on deviantART
Please don’t remove the credits.
The Day of the Horse (by Kerri-Jo)
“The Turkmens are superstitious, and protect themselves and their horses from evil spirits. In Turkmenistan every horse has an “Alaja” around their neck. An alaja is a braided wool cord, made of brown camel hair and white, black, and red dyed Karakul sheep hair. In the case where a horse is injured or sick, they attach a small triangle sewn with ‘omens’ to help ward evil spirits away. This could be an ‘evil eye’ bead, some herbs, a stone, charm, etc. Alajas are very pretty, and come in all shapes and sizes. The more intricate bands, often woven like a carpet, are used as prizes… given to the winning jockey of a race, or more recently, the champion of an Akhal-Teke beauty contest.” ~ www.akhal-teke.org/
Wow.. I didn’t know that
File under : things I wasn’t taught in school
Reblog the hell out of this everyone.
It’s like you guys want to be outraged and offended.
Reblogging for the above comment.
(Fire Water Flit x Sadies Easy)
Finally Got The Blues
(by My Final Notice)