Equine Photography: Wild Horses on the Tidal Flats

Depending on the season, time of day, weather conditions and tide there are a lot of different locations where you can find the wild horses both on Shackleford Banks and within the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve. But without a doubt the tidal flats is probably my favorite location for photographing wild horses. I can find splashing water, reflections, wispy grasses with the appearance of wide open spaces in the background. Here are a few images from a recent visit with the horses.

A wild mustang crosses the partially flooded tidal flats.

Wild horse detail shot.

Wild mustangs make great subjects for equine photography.

Wild stallion walks along the grass line.

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One Comment

  1. Sharon Packer June 7, 2013 at 1:38 pm #

    Lovely work!!

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