Monday, April 28, 2008

Time For Your Summer Hat

Today is Sham el Nessim, a pharoanic festival that signals the beginning of summer, the name translates to "Smelling The Breeze", and it is a day on which everyone heads for the nearest green space for a picnic of fish, eggs, onions, and lettuce. Since my farm has quite a bit of green space and quite a few people head this way, I don't venture too far. The photo is one of my young geldings who was trying on a visitor's sun hat. Wadi has always been a bit of a clown.


Jilly said...

What a shot! Love this horse with hat.

Small City Scenes said...

Too funny. Horses can be such clowns. When my kids were younger they loved dressing up their ponies. You have beautiful Horses. My oldest daughter has a beautiful Arabian named Chasiope, called cassie. She is used (of all things) on a cattle ranch. She, Cassie, loves it--very cowy-- and can go all day without breaking a sweat. Dandy horse. MB

Anonymous said...

Perfect. That horse knows how to play with you. Really neat.

I lucked out and was able to decipher your word verification. Sometimes I am not able to so do not leave a comment.

crittoria said...

What a cutie! My mare likes to wear a hat too!! I'll have to make sure that I post a photo of her someday...

Ann (MobayDP) said...

LOL! :) I love it.

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