Coming Next Week – Inventory Reduction 50% Off Gallery Wrapped Canvases

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I am very excited to be offering some of my best known images in gallery wrapped canvas in a variety of sizes. It is time to reduce my inventory since I only have so much room in my studio, so I will be offering them for 50% off with free shipping in the US to make room for new work. …

Iceland in the Summertime

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I traveled to Iceland last month to photograph the stunning Icelandic horses. “Gentle Mare in the Lupine” by Carol J. Walker The lupine were much larger than I had ever seen in the United States, and the horses looked stunning running through them. A gentle mare named Una looked angelic running through them. “Wild Mane in the Lupine” by Carol …

The Wild Horses of Düelman, Still Running Free

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On my trip to Germany in May, I taught a workshop and was able to visit and photograph the last wild horse herd in Germany, the Düelman wild horses. “Many Manes” by Carol J. Walker As the mares and foals ran togehter and turned, the different colors and textures of manes were striking. The code for ordering the image is: …

An Expressive Friesian Stallion

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In May, I visited Germany to teach a workshop, and was able to meet and photograph and exceptional Friesian stallion named Bindert, with a mane that reached to the ground!   “Friesian’s Stance” by Carol J. Walker This gorgeous black Friesian has a wonderful profile with all of that mane. This image can be ordered as a fine art print …

Spanish Stallions in the Spring

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Spring is wonderful time to visit the Andalusians in Spain. The weather is cool, the hills are green, and the horses are frisky. “Black Stallion’s Wild Mane” by Carol J. Walker This gorgeous Andalusian’s black coat has red highlights and gleams in the sun as he runs in an arena in southern Spain. This image can be ordered as a …

Wild Horses of Sand Wash Basin

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One of my favorite things about visiting the colorful wild horses in the Sand Wash Basin Herd Management Area in Colorado is spending time with the stunning wild stallion Picasso.   “Picasso Turns” by Carol J. Walker Picasso turns and looks at another stallion while spending time with his family at the waterhole. This image and be ordered as a …

Carol Walker Presenting at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo 2017 in Denver March 10-12

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Carol Walker will be presenting a talk on photographing wild horses in Colorado and Wyoming at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo in Denver, March 10, 11 and 12, 2017. The Rocky Mountain Horse Expo will be at the National Western Complex in Denver, 4655 Humboldt St., Denver, CO 80216 The Schedule for presentations each day is here: Master Schedule: http://www.coloradohorsecouncil.com/icws206w4/userfiles/file/Expo/2017%20MASTER%20Speaker%20Schedule%20for%20Website.pdf …

Three White Horses at the Beach

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At my workshop in May in the Camargue area of France, we had wonderful opportunities to photograph the white Camargue horses, and one morning at the beach was pure fun. I did a series of these three friends playing together. “Three Play on the Beach” by Carol J. Walker These three friends are having fun evading the people trying to …

The Grey Stallions

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I always love to photograph stallions. Whether they are wild or domestic, when they posture and prance their power and beauty shine. New Horse Artwork “White Stallion Runs Up” by Carol Walker Every once in a while I get the opportunity to photograph a stallion who has incredible presence and whose soul just shines through. This gorgeous older Lusitano stallion …

Wild Horses: The Curious Family

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This summer I visited wild horses in Oregon for the first time. One of the most enjoyable mornings was just before dawn in the Palomino Butte Herd Management Area. And yes there are Palominos there! We saw a group of horses a few hundred feet from the road, so I got my camera and started walking slowly to them. The …