A Favorite From '07

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  1. AMB

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    Greetings! I'm new here! Here are a couple of my favorite shots from last year. Keep in mind I'm an equine photographer, so most of my subjects have 4 legs. ;) I'm sharing a couple of that include their human counterparts. :)

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    Beautiful shots :) I always like seeing ones with horses in them!

    Too bad the first horse wasn't a little perkier. Would have matched his rider's expression :)

    The second is cute too!
     
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    Wow, the second one is just wow!

    The composition is excellent, although the horse is a tad overexposed.
     
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    Beautiful animals
     
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    Nice shots. Good control of the lighting. It can be difficult when sunlight is hitting half the subject.

    Thanks for sharing these. :)

    NJ
     
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    colorful beauty
     

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