Horsian.com | Petra's Photography
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    Horsian.com & Photography

    Horsian.com was designed as a bilingual website for horses that were stolen, missing, or with an unknown history. It combines my professional know-how with a project of positive social engagement. A gallery of my pictures is for visitor interaction.

    The photography has gone from a simple gallery to this more aesthetic format. Welcome!

    May I ask for your help? Please keep an eye on the slideshow on top of this website as it presents mainly European horses. Do you recognize one of the horses? If so, please go to my dedicated website via the menu on top by clicking on “Horse Search”. Thank you!

    You can also browse my galleries via the menu on top and/or enjoy the recently taken pictures below.

    In case you do not wish to be included in the picture presentations, please contact me and I will remove the picture(s) showing you/your family member(s).

    Enjoy!
    Petra

    Recent pictures

    • No. 2 or 3?

      For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Sitting on another root

      For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Really? A muskrat chasing a coot?!

      For more information on the coot (Rallidae) please click on Wikipedia. For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Really? A muskrat chasing a coot?!

      For more information on the coot (Rallidae) please click on Wikipedia. For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Hornet nest

      For more information on the Hornet (Vespa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • So I must have spooked her :-(

      For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the wood duck or Carolina duck (Aix sponsa) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the coot (Rallidae) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the coot (Rallidae) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the coot (Rallidae) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the grasshopper (Caelifera) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Shady Oak Beach

    • Gull or seagull (Laridae) on autumnally Shady Oak Lake

    • For more information on the Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • For more information on the Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Breakfast?

      For more information on the Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Looking up

      For more information on the Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) please click on Wikipedia.

    • Even with the flash the light was just too low - the message is cute though! :-)

    • Hornet nest

      For more information on the Hornet (Vespa) please click on Wikipedia.