WILD MUSTANG ART
Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer. Early evening.
Recently I have been trying to change my patterns of thinking so that I can create new results. My patterns are so repetitious that I don’t allow myself to do new things. One of the things I also wanted to change was having an open mind.
Firstly, I usually use a particular lens to photograph wild mustang art. Secondly, I have convinced myself to believe that this lens gives the best results.
This time I purposely left my standard lens at the hotel. When I reached the location, I had a panic attack. I had convinced myself that I had made a big mistake as a result. Consequently, I almost called off the wild mustang photography shoot. Reluctantly, I picked up the new lens and started to photograph. Meanwhile, this lens was a lot smaller, less cumbersome and I didn’t have to kill my self carrying it. Finally, at the end of the shoot, I realized the results were the same, and I could move freely.
The key to breaking my pattern was not giving myself a choice. Sometimes we do things we feel are right, but only if we allow ourselves to try new ways the results could be the same or better with less effort.
I am blessed to be able to work on fine art horse photography and also many other animals. I have been taking images of horses and creating wild mustang photography for so many years. Printing on Kodak metallic paper makes these pictures come to life like you were also there in the water. We display them life-sized at our fine art exhibitions in New York City, but you can also purchase them in four other sizes.
• 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
• Black Frame
• White Frame
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WILD MUSTANG ART GALLERY
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.
A short film of the horses we photograph for our wild mustang art.