A Black Friesian Leaps at the Beach

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Spring is finally here, and one of my favorite places to photograph horses is at the beach. Here, an expressive black Friesian leaps as he runs in from the ocean as the light is turning golden in the sunset. This beautiful image can be found on my new website here: Friesian Runs at the Beach in Color As a new …

Mother’s Day Sale

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With Mother’s Day just around the corner, I wanted to put together a very special offer for you in case there’s a mom in your life who would appreciate a truly unconventional, personal gift next month. Starting right now, use code MOTHERSDAY21 at checkout on my website to unlock 25% off your entire order. Shop Available Art I’ll keep that …

Sable Island Stallions in Black and White

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The wild horses of Sable Island live in a magical place, a small sand island far off the coast of Halifax Nova Scotia, battered by wind and tides but home to over 500 wild horses, birds and a huge colony of gray seals. These horses live out their lives unmolested by helicopters or roundups. Here are two images from my …

Thank You for Sharing My Journey

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In my last newsletter of 2020, I am saying a huge thank you to you for following me on my journey. Thank you for caring about my photography and thank you most of all for caring about America’s wild horses. Although this year has been challenging on so many levels, I have very good reason to hope that 2021 will …

Snowy Horses and Gift Cards Gallop to the Rescue for Last Minute Holiday Gifts

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This classic image is of a bay Andalusian stallion running through the new snow in Colorado on a cold winter morning. It can be found on my new website here: Snow Stallion Runs and you can order it as a fine art print, a metal print, a wood print, a gallery wrapped canvas or an acrylic print in a variety …

Meeting a Painted Red Desert Wild Horse Family

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In October, I spent over two weeks at the Red Desert Complex Roundup in Wyoming, which was a very sad event for the wild horses who were losing their freedom and their families. Before it began, I went out out to see if I could find horses in the areas that I had spent so much time in this summer …

Freedom at Dawn

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Handsome wild Leopard Appaloosa stallion Looking Glass is a favorite of many visitors to the Red Desert Complex in Wyoming. I have watched him win a mare and foal, and observed him early in the morning while driving into the area for the past 2 years. He is a very mellow stallion and not concerned by much, and I have …

Western Spirit Art Show Opens Saturday, March 7 at Old West Museum in Cheyenne

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On Saturday March 7, the Opening Reception of the Western Spirit Art Show runs from 6 – 9pm at the Old West Museum in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and I will be there along with many other remarkable artists in many different mediums, ready to meet art lovers who enjoy Western art. Please come by to say hello and enjoy food and …

Spanish Stallions are Stunning in Black and White

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Black and White photography captures the drama of the Spanish stallions in Spain as they run and move and interact. I have a passion for Andalusian stallions, for their pride, beauty and gentle nature. “The White Stallion’s Mane” by Carol Walker This stunning Andalusian stallion runs head on toward me in a covered arena in Spain, long white mane flying. …

An Encounter with Brave and Colorful Wild Bachelor Stallions

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In September, I was visiting the Red Desert Complex in Wyoming and I turned down a road into Lost Creek. It was a windy day, which usually means wild horses are especially wary. I spotted a huge group of wild horses quite a way from the dirt road. I decided to hike out and see how close I could get. …