Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Riding the Sahara




This little bit of the Sahara is actually located in New Mexico, USA ~ White Sands National Monument. I just got home from warming my bones down there!

And, this horse is a rescue. {Who seems completely delighted with his new owner.}

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15 comments:

caite said...

Fantastic shots..love them all.

Nantawan Bennett said...

Happy WW.
Hope to see you around and link up.
Have a great day.
Nan
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Melospiza said...

Sigh. How beautiful.

Marguerite said...

At first I thought it was snow the sand is so white. What gorgeous photos and a gorgeous happy horse.

Bonnie K said...

Oh I could so use that ride. It is so cold here. Thanks for sharing and such wonderful photos.

Snowcatcher said...

You were in my neck of the woods! Well, in my younger days. I grew up in Alamogordo, and White Sands was our beach! Gorgeous photos!

GRACE PETERSON said...

Gorgeous photos. The rescue horse does look really happy. Don't you love that? I bet you had a great time warming your bones. Now if winter would hurry up and go away... :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You always have the best vacations. What a lucky horse to get an owner that gives it a good ride.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You always have the best vacations. What a lucky horse to get an owner that gives it a good ride.

Rose said...

What a beautiful scene! At first I thought this was snow, not sand:) So happy the rescue horse has found a new home--he certainly looks happy, too.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

I thought you didn't live in Maui...lol.

Great shots.

Jen

Liza said...

White Sands is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, in my humble opinion!

sweetbay said...

Looks like fun! You know how to take winter vacations.

loveliveandgarden said...

The desertscape is really spiritual to me. I always bring back some sand with me. Beautiful pictures.

loveliveandgarden said...

The desertscape is really spiritual to me. I always bring back some sand with me. Beautiful pictures.