"You Can Take a Horse to Water..."Original oil on canvas D.M.Dent20"x30"£2250

Beautiful, serene and natural image of a girl and her horse. In the heat of a summer's day she takes him to his new turn out field and shows him the water instead of a trough is a natural cool welsh stream. Being Arabian, ( "the drinkers of the wind" ) he isn't awfully impressed.
The light coming through the trees is captured with wonderful detail as is this intimate moment between a girl and her horse. The artists vantage point was from an old wooden footbridge. A lovely image in the Welsh countryside.

Note the horses in the background swatting flies with their tails in the warm summer's day. The foliage provides protection from the sun and habitat for many animals including voles. This type of habitat is now under threat from the push for bio fuels and intensive arable crops as political correctness and urban socialist prejudice pushes traditonal animal farming and horse and hunting culture to change; something which is being met with resistance in Wales but it's causing problems. Already the price of hay is high and there is a worldwide food crisis for because of this policy. The real answer to the problems of CO2 is to support traditional animal dependent economies and stop the wholesale corporate destruction of habitat encouraged by social engineers or instead of this green idyllic land we will see soylent green down the line. The secret is to stop cutting trees down: they absorb CO2. The British traditional farmer and land management has done rather well in keeping our countryside beautiful for hundreds of years and we are forgetting basic principles.
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"You Can Take a Horse to Water..."Original oil on canvas D.M.Dent20"x30"£2250

Beautiful, serene and natural image of a girl and her horse. In the heat of a summer's day she takes him to his new turn out field and shows him the water instead of a trough is a natural cool welsh stream. Being Arabian, ( "the drinkers of the wind" ) he isn't awfully impressed.
The light coming through the trees is captured with wonderful detail as is this intimate moment between a girl and her horse. The artists vantage point was from an old wooden footbridge. A lovely image in the Welsh countryside.

Note the horses in the background swatting flies with their tails in the warm summer's day. The foliage provides protection from the sun and habitat for many animals including voles. This type of habitat is now under threat from the push for bio fuels and intensive arable crops as political correctness and urban socialist prejudice pushes traditonal animal farming and horse and hunting culture to change; something which is being met with resistance in Wales but it's causing problems. Already the price of hay is high and there is a worldwide food crisis for because of this policy. The real answer to the problems of CO2 is to support traditional animal dependent economies and stop the wholesale corporate destruction of habitat encouraged by social engineers or instead of this green idyllic land we will see soylent green down the line. The secret is to stop cutting trees down: they absorb CO2. The British traditional farmer and land management has done rather well in keeping our countryside beautiful for hundreds of years and we are forgetting basic principles.
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Monmouthshire
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