The story behind my horse photography for sale.
Saint Marie- De- La- Mer. Early evening. There were nine horses within the well-sealed perimeter of this marsh. One of the horses jumped over the fence and also made a run for it. Soon after, the rest followed. The horsemen rounded up the horses. The rebellious horse refused to go into the water and jumped the perimeter again! He did this at least four times. Each time, it took the horsemen twenty minutes to round up the horses and direct them towards the marsh. At last, the horses were in the marsh.
They ran out as fast as possible, which worked in my favor. The horses violently sprayed and splashed their way through the marsh, enhancing the mood of the photograph as a result.
I have been photographing wild horses black and white photography for a long time, and I love to share my experience and also my art with you. Each art print can print to life-size on Kodak metallic photo paper and also if. Either unframed, wooden frame, or plexiglass, the choice is yours. When you visit our New York gallery, you will know what I mean about our equestrian art. Our horse photos will put a massive smile on your face when seeing them with your own eyes.
Follow the journey and also our wildlife experience on Instagram.com/ejazkhanearth
Horse photography for sale perfect for home decor and also office art.
How climate change affects horses.
The effects of global warming can make horses very stressful, uncomfortable, and even unhealthy. Horses used to colder conditions can quickly become overheated during the longer and warmer summers. Their coats may get too heavy for comfort. The mud from increased rain and flood leads to foot and hoof diseases as well as carrying disease-bearing insects. Droughts lead to water shortages that can dehydrate horses and turn once lush green fields into dry wastelands. The associated dust pollution causes breathing problems. These fast climate changes can be stressful to horses which makes them more prone to illnesses and diseases. These are the reasons why we join conservation groups to hold fine art exhibitions in New York City to raise awareness and also support a good cause.
Prints come in the following sizes:
- 8” X 12”
- 17.5” X 26.25”
- 23.5” X 35.25”
- 35.5” X 53.25”
- 43.5” X 65.25”
Finishing options include:
- White Frame
- Black Frame