EN loves photos shot between the ears! If you happen to be out for a hack, are riding in some obscure place or just take some cool photos aboard your mount, send them to [email protected] with a quick blurb about the photo’s story. This week’s View comes to us from Christy Edwards in St. Lucia.
From Christy Edwards: “Just arrived home from our vacation in St. Lucia, where we got to take a spectacular ride through the countryside to the east coast of the island. Best part was a swim in the Atlantic with my horse Sion, who even seemed to enjoy it! Made me miss my horses and so happy to be home, but will never forget the experience!”
And here are the other photos shot between the ears we received this week from around the world:
From Amy Spink: “Just a normal day on the canals in Wellington, Fla. Marcia Kulak let me out of the barn to hack Chops.”
From Ruth Sudduth: “The Chilean horses horses are agile with great lateral work, all good when there are sheer drops off to the side! Pretty cool business trip to Patagonia!”
From Jessica Brown: “The view from snowy North Carolina! The ears belong to my Holsteiner gelding, Quincy, who is currently transitioning from the hunter ring into the eventing world. My son is riding his wonder pony, Henrietta, a Morgan/QH cross. Go snow days with no school! Go riding! and Go evening!
From Jenny Ferro: “The picture is from our latest trail ride at McIver State Park, in Estacada, Ore. It was an incredibly perfect and unusually warm and sunny January day in Oregon. I love this shot because it shows the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and also has the incredible snowy Mt. Hood in the background.”
From Lori Tankel: “The view from my Tucker. The sandhill cranes have been very vocal and active around the farm here in Apopka, Fla. The high on this day was 53, and I don’t think the birds like that!”
From Robin Kelly: “Out riding today in Pilaries Canyon, 10 miles outside of Aztec, N.M.”