Wild Horses on the Tidal Flats

I launched my kayak one morning last week and it was a perfect morning for photographing the wild horses of the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve from a kayak. These majestic animals were out feeding on the flats at a time that the water was high enough for navigation with a kayak. I always love the low perspective gotten by making photographs of these large animals from the cockpit of a kayak. Below are a few of the images from the morning’s adventure.

Wild horse feeding on the tidal flats.

The Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve has one of North Carolina's three herds of wild horses.

I offer several wild horse photography wrokshops each year.

A wild horse feeds along North Carolina's Crystal Coast.

Wild horses seen near Beaufort North Carolina

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