The Player

Mr. Winsome
Mr. Winsome

This is Mr. Winsome, a miniature horse from the Old Windmill Farm in Ronks. His sign reads: I’m Mr. Winsome, the chief in the barn. Usually I’m pretty mild-tempered but oohh, all these lady friends…

Since he probably didn’t write that I’m not sure whether or not he’s really a player, but he does have that look in his eye that says he’s up for a roll in the hay.

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Details

Boats
Boats

French photographer Marc Riboud once said: “The idea of photography as evidence is pure bullshit. A photo is no more proof of any reality than what you may hear being said by someone in a bus. We only record details, small fragments of the world.”

Riders On The Storm

The waiting is the hardest part
The waiting is the hardest part

I’ve seen that neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds to Walmart and back. Fortunately they sell Mane ‘n Tail Detangler because I think he’s gonna need it when he dries out.

The Blacksmith’s Boy

Blacksmith’s Boy-Wayne Fettro
Blacksmith’s Boy-Wayne Fettro

Norman Rockwell’s oil painting: Blacksmith’s Boy-Heel and Toe was painted as an illustration for Edward W. O’Brien’s story by the same name in the 1940 issue of The Saturday Evening Post magazine

In 2003, local artist Wayne Fettro painted a partial reproduction on the side of this building in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It can use a little touching up but I like it just the way it is.

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