erm, I've got another silly idea for a weird photo. My mom has one of the most skittish horses I've ever seen. literally afraid of his own shadow. I want to take advantage of that, and use multiple strobes to (kind of) scare the hell out of him and get some quirky poses and expressions. the thing is, he's also one a very large horse.. 19 hands (for those who don't have a horse.. 19 hands means that he is as tall as 19 human hands stacked palm to finger tip.. or is it side by side..?). I'm insuring my strobes because he will most likely stomp on a few. BUT, I was wondering what I might be able to do to prevent that. I want to have 3 or 4 SB800s in the grass, by his feet. 2 will be placed at the far end of his pasture (mainly to scare him into coming back when he runs away from me initially) and I want some at his chest level on stands. I know I will lose at least 3 or 4 of my strobes. what do I do? insure and replace, or scheme some sort of housing that he could kick and bite and stomp on? thanks! note: the horse is a big dog, so I don't find it cruel to tease him like this. Once he realizes that he won't be hurt, he'll up the bar and want to play with me. THAT's when he'll stomp on my strobes.