First of all this is a RE-POST from way back when nobody was following me….excuse the not so perfect photo’s, it is the story that counts.
I’m choosing to re-post this post since this week marks one year since my sister and I adopted two wild burros from the Bureau of Mismanagement (BLM). We adopted them for Rosie to be a guard donkey for my goats and Francis to be a guard donkey for Susie’s sheep. I agreed to tame Francis until she was ready to go to her new home across the valley. I would keep Rosie at Sundog. This post was a little more than half way through their taming. Enjoy
Let me not forget to mention the real reason I went to Wyoming. I did mention it was to WORK at making my photography better. To hammer my point farther let me say it was to study under someone who is a master and much more experienced that I am. I got what I came for. I learned how to focus on small things instead of the whole story. I learned to think outside of the box. Continue reading →
June in Wyoming was not EXACTLY working but it was a WORKSHOP. It was done as my effort to make my WORK better. My work was attending a Tony Stromberg equine photography workshop at Absaroka Ranch near Dubois, Wyoming, … Continue reading →
This summer and now fall “The Drift” has been drifting a lot. We just drifted to the annual “Draft Horse Classic” in Grass Valley California at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. This is a BIG trip I have been making for … Continue reading →
My carefree Chickasha Chiron born 5/12/06 out of Leavin My Mark and Chickasha Candy
This photo was taken May, 27, 2011. I was called by a woman who lived in the same community as me to come and do a photo shoot for her 5 year old buckskin gelding. We took Chiron and his mother Candy to a beautiful lush pasture which needed to be eaten down. Continue reading →
This shot was taken inside of a small log barn with the horse looking out towards the natural light.Here is the same shot with the background blacked out. Does the original background with light coming through small slats in the log barn and the horse looking out to the light improve the photo in composition or distract from the horse portrait?