User talk:Dolores & Karel
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Horse photo de-cat etc
Good catch about the horse photo. It must've slipped off my hand, I usually recat anything I decat.
On a completely different topic, for future reference, horse colours are a very specific group of terms of art and usually misleading. For instance, a white horse is usually called a grey, a brown horse is actually almost completely black, what looks like a full-brown horse is likely a chestnut (but could also be something else), and what looks like a grey horse could be a grey, a blue roan or a grullo, possibly even a grullo roan going grey... The only case of "what I see is how it's called" is black...