Breaking My Own Rules

As a general rule I like to incorporate some environmental elements in my images of the wild horses. My thinking has always been that if I shoot too tight on these animals it’s hard for a viewer to tell a wild horse from a domestic one. I’m also a strong believer in the idea that images that include a sense of where the animals live tell more of a story. However sometimes it’s fun to do something a bit different. Here’s a really tight crop on a wild horses living in the Rachel Carson reserve.

A tight crop on a wild horse.

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