Fuck you and your cinematography

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#hannibal #this #perfect


Animals Stealing Food [x]

Previously: Animals vs. Kids, Cats Giving High Fives


Caroline & Team Sassy Science

Youtube video for those having issues with the axn site.

"When we were in the graveyard the other day I said to Aaron “I’m incredibly horny”"

—Scott Thompson in another addition of “they’re totally fucking” (via idontfindyouthatinteresting)






Why prove a bond if you actually have one?

There’s no need for proof if it is already there in the relationship that you have with your horse. Spookiness, patience and tolerance have nothing to do with how much your horse “loves” you. Horses who are calm and naturally patience and tolerant will stand quieter for you and possibly give you the few seconds you need to capture a dangerous photo. It does nothing to prove whether your horse likes you.

Trust doesn’t take away their flight instinct. They could trust you more than anyone in the world but they will not be able to comprehend what will happen if they spook or shift weight or do A NATURAL movement for them. They don’t understand will happen, they have no idea it will harm you. Trust will not take away natural fear from your horse that is built into them from the day they’re born. They’re flight animals for survival. If they’re scared, they flee. Trust makes them not flee as far or stop after a quick jump and look to you for reassurance, it doesn’t stop them from moving at all when startled.

You trust your friends, family, right? Ever been through a haunted house? You know you won’t be harmed, you trust who you’re with, but you’re still fucking scared because things jump out and surprise you and YOUR NATURAL UNCONTROLLABLE ACTION IS TO JUMP OR FLEE.

You trust those around you, but why allow someone to hold a loaded gun or knife to your head or put yourself in the place where you could be seriously injured by the smallest shifting movement or weight. 



This should be repeated with a watermelon. 

equinefeather used a watermelon for hers :)

I am always so behind lol

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#this #important #video #horses


two sick horses evaluating an orb

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#dogs #so cute #omg


{♘} a study of the equus caballus : {11/∞}

→ saddles

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A horse is the projection of peoples’ dreams about themselves - strong, powerful, beautiful - and it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence.

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Rosco’s first trip to the beach

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#so happy #dogs


{♘} a study of the equus caballus : {3/∞}

→ the nose

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~ Noelle Floyd pic ~

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And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins 

Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time

Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.

That was beautiful

I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.




I just cried

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