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Trail Ride Pictures
 By Conga   •   27th Nov 2010   •   1,561 views   •   5 comments
These are some awesome pictures that I took on my phone when I was on a trail ride with my friends and grandma recently. We were riding out in some fields and the sun was going down, it was so beautiful and I forgot my camera so I just pulled out my phone and started to take pictures. My phone doesn't take very good quality pictures, but these are memories and they look possessional to me.

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Hope you liked my pictures and if you would like to use them for graphics message me.
Trail Ride Pictures
Trail Ride Pictures
Trail Ride Pictures
Trail Ride Pictures
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MustangChic  
cool pics!
  Nov 27, 2010  •  614 views
 
Softball Girl  
So cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
i love that horse in the first picture!!!!!
  Nov 28, 2010  •  613 views
 
Undesired Humor  
-dies- Soooooooo jealous....
  Nov 28, 2010  •  607 views
 
Seven Sins  online
love the pictures
  Jan 31, 2011  •  591 views
 
Isadorable  
Awesome pics!
  Feb 3, 2011  •  603 views
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