Final hurdle 3

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    MilliMoMo, Gila Mosaics n'stuff, and 8 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. NT Candy 61 months ago | reply

      You FINISHED! beautiful!!! I am applauding!

    2. Helen Nock (www.helen-nock.co.uk) 61 months ago | reply

      Wah!! Made my evening..thanks Candace:-)
      A tad more to do but more or less it...then bore y'all with the website shots later.

    3. Waschbear - Frances Green 61 months ago | reply

      Well, you can certainly try... but I really don't think you'll ever manage to bore me with this one...

    4. MilliMoMo 61 months ago | reply

      Wow, Helen, WOW!!! This is so gorgeous.

    5. Chris Emmert 61 months ago | reply

      This is stunning!~!!!

    6. p_cushing_magic (Pat) 61 months ago | reply

      WOW! This will be my inspiration for some horses I have, currently hanging in my garage. Some day to be mosaiced and installed as incredible yard art (I have very lofty goals). I'll have to live to be about 250 years old to even come close. Ya'll are so inspirational. My list grows daily....

    7. Lin Schorr 61 months ago | reply

      Oh Helen, he is magnificent!

    8. Helen Nock (www.helen-nock.co.uk) 61 months ago | reply

      Thanks everybody for lovely, lovely feedback!
      What are your horses made of Pat? Would make a terrific series I reckon. I'm hoping to make another from what I've learned on this.

    9. LeaMosaics 61 months ago | reply

      Gawp, outstanding :)

    10. Cynthia Monica 61 months ago | reply

      Helen all your hard work on this piece paid off....just absolutely stunning, one of the most beautiful horse sculptures I have ever seen! You are an inspiration to me!

    11. Helen Nock (www.helen-nock.co.uk) 61 months ago | reply

      Thank you too Clastique ....feeeling more confident about it by the moment. My husband said 'his arse is too high' (charming!)
      But a contact sent me images of a Percheron. Italian show horse I think. Beautiful creature and very chunky with high bum and short pwerful neck. I love the name and almost tempted to use on this.

    12. Lin Schorr 61 months ago | reply

      He reminds me of a Percheron too! Perfect.

    13. Helen Nock (www.helen-nock.co.uk) 61 months ago | reply

      Lin, sounds like you equestrian lady!
      Thanks:-)

    14. Lin Schorr 61 months ago | reply

      I worked on a farm with Percherons...giant gorgeous beasts :)

    15. Nohuanda Equine Art 60 months ago | reply

      WOW!! I want it!!!

    16. mariah... 21 months ago | reply

      Wow! this is so fine!

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