Photographer's Note

Another picture taken during our wonderful Menorcan holiday in May with Philip Dunn. On this occasion, we were taken to a riding stables and allowed to roam around to our hearts' content snapping away. The place was just a few kilometres out from Mahon, the capital of Menorca, but, because I can't remember exactly where it was, I've not added a map reference this time.

I spied this horse poking his nose out of his stable. I presume his name is Campanero but I was amused by his huge mane and also by his long shadow cast on the wall by the strong oblique sunlight.

Incidentally, the gate across the stable doorway is typical of so many old gates in Menorca and fashioned from olive wood.

Shot in RAW and converted and edited in PSE6.

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