Hey everyone— my good friend Sal has reached 500 subs and released his 500 sub special, “Rainfall”. It’s a fantastic piece, and he’s offering it for free as well as on Bandcamp, in order to help fund his Bronycon expenses.
You’ll be able to catch him onstage alongside me, as he’s helping with my set, but he needs a little help to pay for hotel costs and getting to the con. ^.^
Click the link above to hear the song on YouTube, or click the link below to purchase “Rainfall” on Bandcamp:
So if you missed Elements of Harmony’s April Foal’s Day Special— you can now catch it on YouTube! :D
Elements of Harmony: The Musical!
Join us in 57 minutes on Everfree Video for a very special April Foals Day special episode of Elements of Harmony! >:D
This? This is cool. Hang on while I turn into a giant horse nerd for a minute here.
Horses will not lie down unless they feel totally at ease and unthreatened, and especially in the flat-out position. They only lie flat like the two in the front if they’re going to do some REM sleep, which only lasts about 45 minutes. Normally a horse will lie in sternal recumbency, like the two in the back.
The fact that these ponies feel comfy enough to lie down and nap on a beach full of people is impressive— it means they live a life generally free from stress and have learned that they can trust humans. I’d love to know which group of wild ponies this is!
Fun fact: in a herd of horses taking a nap, there will always be at least one who is standing, although they may be relaxed (see cocked leg on rightmost horse). This horse has the job of being the lookout.
Reblogging because this is both an awesome picture and a fantastic explanation. >.>