Again with the last minute post for this prompt - the only photos I took this week were (as usual) horses (fit into the "large creature" category), but this lesson was different -- everyone was bareback. A small herd of horses, all bareback riders (some for the first time in a very long time) - working on finding their seat and balance. It was funny to watch their faces as they tried to keep everything balanced and in the right place without stirrups to brace themselves on or saddles to distribute their weight. Happy to report - no one came off, but this was mostly a walking lesson with a little trotting down the long side. Was a good change up from the usual lessons and a good/fun way to end the summer.
Linking up with Two Scoopz's Focus 52. To see other images of big and small creatures - check out Jan's website.
(Eventually the herd did spread out & everyone got their own personal space - confused horses at the beginning with no tack tended to want to stay with the herd.)