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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The Beauty of White Horse Pictures

If you are a fan of horses, then having some white horse pictures to hang around your home is a must. White horses are among the most elegant, beautiful creatures that are known. With their grace and majesty so stunningly visible, it is no wonder that pictures of them are a favorite.

So, what is a white horse? The answer is not as simple as one may think, because it encompasses more than just looking like a particular color. There are many horses that are commonly called white, but really aren't. A true white horse is actually born white and will remain that way for the entire span of their years. Most white horses have dark eyes, though at times they may be blue. The beauty of a pure white horse makes for a great picture. Depicted with a flowing white mane and tail, in a variety of settings from meadows to starry evenings on a beach, and striking poses that accentuate the magical look of such a regal creature, these pictures will be the talk of your collection whenever you have company.

There are also gray horses that appear to be white. This is because although the hair is white due to lightening with age, the skin underneath is actually pigmented and remains so without any lightening over time. Generally speaking, a gray horse will have dark eyes, though there is always a possibility of other colors being manifested. The white hair over the dark skin does not prevent stunning pictures of these horses, sometimes mistaken for true white due to the color of their coat. There is something very captivating about looking at a picture of one of these horses. Whether the picture portrays a wild stallion gallantly galloping through a field of grass, or a gentle mare nursing her newborn foal in the shade of an oak tree, they are stunning creatures to behold.

There is also a type of white horse known as the Sabino. These horses have white patches along with spots and splashes, but are known as Sabino white when almost the entire body is covered in white. Because of their white color, these make great pictures as well. Two horses nuzzling against the backdrop of a brilliant sunlight, with manes and forelocks tousled by a gentle breeze, they will make a great conversation piece for any room.

With so many beautiful variations to choose from, there is sure to be a painting that will fit your wall, displaying the splendor of this regal creature.

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