Time the tides right and catch the wild horses out on the tidal flats at the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve and you have the perfect opportunity to include some reflections in your composition. This location really is perfect for this technique and the visual rewards are high, or at least are in my opinion. Below are a few examples from a recent trip.

If you like what you see and you have the time this coming weekend, I do have a couple of spots open in my Wild Horses of the Crystal Coast workshop. This is one of the wonderful locations we’ll be visiting during the workshop. I’d love to have you join me on this, the last scheduled workshop of the summer.

Reflection can be a strong compositional tool.

This is the perfect location to make photos of wild horses that include reflection. Wild Horse of North Carolina's Crystal Coast

Wild horses are such beautiful animals.

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