Winter Scene ~ Icelandic Horse


Photographer: Broddi Sigurðarson

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  1. You’ve brought us another beautiful, artistic photo. These images really bring out the uniqueness and wonder of horses in the many places where they live and work. The stories demonstrate the dedication and humanity of expert horsemen and women, and are most inspiring. Thank you for bringing these to us.

    Thanks for the visit and your kind words.
    As for inspiring photographs, your site is certainly the place!

  2. That is a beautiful picture.

    Hi Callie,
    Do they have Icelandic horses in your area? Seems I heard of some there.

  3. Might show my horses this picture, they don’t need to wear horse rugs ? Fantastic picture….

    Hi Wayne,
    That does make us rethink … cold!

  4. beautiful photo!

    the gorgeous horse looks like he is warm under all his hefty winter coat 🙂

    Hi Barngoddess,
    He sure has the … fuzzzzz!

  5. I would love to have one of those kind of horses. They look gentle and rugged. I bet they are easy to work with and very strong.

    I hear they are great fun to ride.

  6. I love horses. This is a beautiful horse and a wonderful photo. It certainly looks cold up there in Iceland, especially when you live in California. USA.

    Merry Christmas.

    Nancy Girdner

  7. Cool pic; I really love horses and this is a winner.  I don’t know the name of the breed, but I can ell that they are very strong horses that can run about 40 miles per hour.

  8. What a nice picture! Can I borrow it? 🙂

  9. ooh what an unfortunate photo of that horse. i wouldn’t say the horse looks beautiful but the photograph is of course

  10. I think the horse is really beatiful, I have allways loved Icelandic horses 🙂

  11. I just love the picture of the Icelandic horse. Thanks for putting it on this site.

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