Please help me—are these my horse’s baby pics?

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  1. foxtrot

    foxtrot Senior Member

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    I am 110% positive this is the same horse. This is a rough sketch of the foal's face marking placed over the adult's. It's not perfect because the angle/sizing is slightly off but look closely at the marking on the adult. It has all the same little points and jagged edges as the baby's.

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  2. bellalou

    bellalou Senior Member

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    This. Plus if the pics you posted are from the previous owner's Facebook, you should not be posting them here without permission.
     
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    Sorry @Arem I was on the road and posted those screenshots in the doctors office parking lot lol I wouldn't have if I had seen you had done the same thing.

    Waylons didn't change much. He did develop an isolated black spot island in his nostril LOL

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  4. foxtrot

    foxtrot Senior Member

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    I thought we only couldn't post pics here for critique if we didn't own the horse? I know people are allowed to post pics of horses for sale they're considering or stallions they're considering breeding to--if you own the horse I think it's pretty harmless to post its photos here regardless of who took them. Just IMO though!
     
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  5. bellalou

    bellalou Senior Member

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    True, the OP does own the horse (or is pretty sure she does). But the act of taking someone's Facebook photos and posting them on another site without asking permission - even if the person posting them now owns the horse in them - just seems kind of wrong. Might not be a problem for the powers-that-be. But regardless of who owns the horse, the OP doesn't own the pics (and I know, they're posted on the internet but we don't know what the original owner's privacy settings are.)

    Just throwing it out there. I'm a big fan of erring on the side of caution when it comes to posting someone else's pics.
     
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  6. Alsosusieq2

    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    It's your horse.
     
  7. Circle C

    Circle C Senior Member

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    As long as the photos aren't copyrighted, I don't think it's a big deal. I mean, you own the horse.
     
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  8. ginster

    ginster Senior Member

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    But she doesn't own the rights to the earlier pics. I guess it matters if the former owner has a private profile on or a public one?
     
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    Circle C Senior Member

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    If the photos were able to be seen, I'd say they were set to public.
     
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  10. ginster

    ginster Senior Member

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    i would assume so, too. But I have never tried to download pics from a private profile...
     

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