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The White Horse of Uffington, about which I have written several times, is my totem, my spirit guide to the elemental horse.
Untouched and untouchable by human intellect, this horse always has been, and ever will be, perfect.
Edited on the 24th to add: Fickle blondes! I’ve changed it again. There’s no pleasing me.
Kindred Spirits Animal Sanctuary, November 9, 2009
I realized after we left that I hadn’t photographed a single horse. It was hard to make myself do it because they were very old and, as with many of the dogs and birds there, it felt invasive to take their photos. Those who posed for me did so with obvious pleasure.
Kindred Spirits Animal Sanctuary has a wishlist to fulfill their needs. They are a non-profit working to take in unwanted animals near the ends of their lives, providing them with dignity and comfort in a time when they are most in need. Take a look. Ulla Pedersen is truly an angel ministering to these creatures.
This video was reviewed in June by Grey Horse Matters in this post, so I won’t repeat what has already been said so well. Please read it if you haven’t already.
Important messages bear repeating, however, and at the risk of sounding like a broken record, or turning EHTT into an “issue” blog, I want to post some video I found tonight on Facebook thanks to Robyn Hood.
Isn’t it time to stop hero-worshipping dressage stars who use this “training” technique?
the Carnival of the Horses
This edition, to be held over at White Horse Pilgrim‘s place, looks to be a really good one, with posts across a wide spectrum of equine topics. There is even some history and fiction! On the first of November when the Carnival is published, you might want to take time to mosey around White Horse Pilgrim’s blog to read his lyrically beautiful posts and view his photos of life in the Vale of the White Horse.
There is still time to submit your favorite posts, so don’t delay.
© 2009 enlightened horsemanship through touch and Kim Cox Carneal