The story behind my mustang horse pictures.
Saintes Marie de la Mer. Early evening.
I have been trying to photograph blurs for seven days, I have achieved two images that I am happy with, but yet again I want more. Firstly, I want a blur in which it feels like I am sitting in the middle of all of the action: water flying all over, horses jumping over me, everything is moving 500 mph, and the only thing I am focused on is the connection I have with this horse. As a result, this becomes my new goal for blurs and a new idea to chase.
I am questioning why I am so interested in this image, but I can’t come up with an answer. All I know is it will haunt me until I do.
Firstly, why? Secondly, why do we always want more? Is it because we enjoy the journey more than the goal itself?
Even when we do get more, are we truly happy or satisfied? We often also seek for something that we think might make us happy. We also neglect what we already have. Above all, traveling the world is a dream and I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. That’s why I am happy to share my mustang horse pictures with all the lovers of animals and also art. My animal photography serves as a reminder of how much beauty is in nature as a result. We constantly forget about the outside world, but we must return to nature every once in a while.
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This horse was so powerful when he ran I could clearly see he was the alpha male.
The sun was descending over the horizon as I came upon some wild horses grazing on saltwater grass.
Two things could have happened; I could have ended up in the ER or ended up with an image like this one.
Watch this short film about one of the places we visit to create our mustang horse pictures for sale and also for fine art exhibitions.
• 8” x 12” in/ 20.32 x 30.48 cm
• 17.5” x 26.25” in/ 44.45 x 66.675 cm
• 23.5” x 35.25” in/ 59.69 x 89.535 cm
• 35.5” x 53.25” in/ 90.17 x 135.255 cm
• 43.5” x 65.25” in/ 110.49 x 165.735 cm
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• White Frame