Category Archives: Wild Horse Photography


Nimbus, Daughter of Cloud

This past week I found myself camped out around 9,000 feet up in the Pryor Mountains of Montana photographing wild horses. This is one of my favorite places to steal away to for a few […]

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Wild Horses Out of the Fog

It never ceases to amaze me what I find along the beach in the morning. From old fossils washed up, to pieces of shipwrecks, beautiful shells, and even wildlife. This particular morning, I was heading […]

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Swimming Horses

Along the coast of North Carolina, there is a population of wild horses thought to be the oldest in North America. It was here where Western Civilization first crashed into mainland North America, and these […]

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If only I had a picture of me taking this picture

I had just pulled my boat into the protected bay inside of the marsh where these horses were feeding. I was still actually idling my way in when this whole scenario began to unfold and […]

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Who Are You Trying to Impress

In today’s world of digital photography, you basically have two types of photographers: those who are trying to impress other photographers, and those who are trying to impress photo buyers. Do you know which one […]

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Making Something out of Nothing

Things don’t always work out the way you want them to. The light is not always perfect. The subject is not always in a great location. There are so many variables that you must contend […]

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