1 This past weekend, photographer, Jill Greenberg, came by my farm to photograph my handsome Friesians. Jill has a love for working with animals. http://www.jillgreenberg.com/
2 Jill is a commercial and fine arts photographer, best known for her photographic interpretations of animals and people. She started taking photos when she was nine-years old.
3 My horses looked so majestic in all the photos. Jill says she started by taking pictures of her own pets, and also loved drawing pictures of dogs and horses as a little girl.
4 Jill uses digital technology to add painterly effects to her photographs.
5 A beautiful photo of one of my Friesians out in the paddock grazing. Here, Jill highlighted the stunning beauty of my horse against a dramatic pink-toned sky.
6 This photo enhanced the horses' musculature.
7 Jill uses lots of color in her images. This one incorporated different vertical lines of color - a big change from the bold and dark shades of pink.
8 Another image using different colors and focusing on my horses' expressions.
10 Even in black and white, Jill captured such beautiful pictures of my Friesians.
12 We are getting ready for Halloween at my farm. Sharkey and Peluche modeled this year's new PetSmart "All Bark No Bite" Halloween tee. It was Peluche's first time to wear "doggie apparel" - this tee was so comfortable, she didn't mind at all.
13 And, it had the perfect saying for my Chow Chow puppy.
14 PetSmart's tees always fit my Frenchies so perfectly - Francesca's brindle black coat looks so striking under the green and purple tee. The Martha Stewart Pets line has apparel for every occasion.
15 Francesca and Sharkey know the best pose for a picture... and, a treat.
16 Orange is a great color on Peluche. This is the PetSmart "Boo Repeat Tank", featuring Halloween colors, black trim and "boo" all over the bright orange top. http://www.petsmart.com/marthastewart
17 Peluche was ready for a stroll in her tank top.
18 Here were all three girls waiting to go back inside to see G.K. and to hopefully get some treats.
20 Sharkey just had to wear the same shirt as her sister.
21 These cotton tees are lightweight, washable and easy to put on and take off.
22 Peluche is not too sure about all this picture taking, but Francesca and Sharkey are photo shoot pros.
23 Who could resist this trio on Halloween?
25 Look at this eerie mushroom wreath - so perfect for your front door on Halloween. Plus, tabletop decorations - Halloween orbs, and cloches for all your scary Halloween displays.
26 Halloween isn't right without a skeleton sitting in your foyer, or on the front porch, waiting for trick or treating visitors. Set it next to a stack of skulls for a more frightening effect.
27 Our birdcage, crow snow globe, and crow figures make any table more horrifying - just what you want for Halloween.
28 And, the eye of newt and green snail slime - these blood-curdling apothecary jars will be sure to capture the attention of all your guests.
29 I love Halloween. Here I am dressed as a ghostly equestrienne. Get some great costume ideas from my "Halloween Special Issue" - it's on newsstands now. (Photo by Diego Uchitel)
30 In this year's "Halloween Special Isssue", you can get great inspirations and all the how-to instructions you need to create costumes for your pets, your children, and yourself! (Photo by Bryan Gardener)
31 Don't be caught without a costume the night before Halloween - there's something for everyone in this issue, plus crowd-pleasing treats, and decorations. (Photo by Frank Heckers)
32 Look for my "Halloween Special Issue" wherever magazines are sold - it's all you'll need to create a most memorable Halloween. (Cover photo by Victor Schrager)