Danudin's 2010 VPW Blog

Themed Photographs 2010

Clydesdale Flood Continues 3rd Demo Bag Lift

Posted by danudin on August 29, 2010

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These shots show the Bag Lift that Harry was good enough to run twice for those who missed the axtion the first time.

There was some concerne when it came to move the bag of wet sawdust, that he was using for the demo, but when I offered to help him, Sally spruiked up concerning my heart condition, and here and Marlene seemed to mutter a few words about the masculine Phsyche, which I don’t understand. The last three shots tidied up some of the unused shots prior to tomorrows wrap up and heading home shots. I love the way all these shots show the mechanics of not only the gizmo Harry used for the demo, but the Clydesdale as well.

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6 Responses to “Clydesdale Flood Continues 3rd Demo Bag Lift”

  1. Flood indeed! Maybe when I have more time I’ll come back and click on all these thumbnails, but for now I’ll say that last photo is really wonderful.

  2. Tammy McChesney said

    Now these all really tell a story….what an amazing horse the Clydesdale is! You really captured the muscle and hard work they are capable of…this has been a wonderful series!

  3. ~Val said

    The horse doesn’t seem to be even breaking a sweat. Just a walk in the park, so to speak!

  4. Ellen said

    I love the slideshow! What beautiful animals.

  5. Doris P. said

    Ron, you did a great job on this. It would make a very interesting instructional or historical video. This takes a lot of training as well as docile and strong animals to do the job right. Your shots really bring out the personality of the horses.

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