Google is Equestrian today! Google is honoring the 182nd birthday of Eadweard J. Muybridge, the photographer most well known for capturing motion in his works. He also created a device named the zoopraxiscope, which was used for projecting motion pictures. Muybridge was hired by former Governor of California Leland Stanford to see if a running horse has two feet on the ground at one time. To capture the motion, he used several cameras and then showed the motion by using the zoopraxiscope. Mubridge was born in England on April 9, 1830 and died on May 8, 1904 almost 108 years ago.
I love how Google has jumped in on the Equestrian style of Spring. These pastel galloping horses sure did make my day! How about you?