Wild Horses

Photography/ Media Production

Wild Horses Portfolio

I hope my photography style shows the horses in their rugged beauty, grit, moments of stillness , love of family and freedom, in such a way that makes you fall in love with them.

I created the portfolio pages to further your options, for prints and other media. If you don’t see what you would like already in the shop, feel free to contact me about the image of your choosing and what I can create for you.

Images are protected under copyright, copying by any means is prohibited, unless expressed written consent is given by the owner.

 

 

 

Image Gallery

Paints

“Shock Top” and companion. 

Cosmo

Band stallion in repose.

Sage and Sunset

Muted colors and sage form the backdrop for this stallion at sunset in a quiet, soft moment. He was waiting as his mare was coming behind him.

Encore

This is a sweet portrait of  “Encore” daughter of the famous “Cloud,”  of the Pryor Mountains.

Spring

Sweetly hazy image of a young one on the Pryor Mountains. 

The Black

Black stallion near Lookout Mountain.

My Kingdom For a Horse

This handsome red roan stallion stands peaceably in his kingdom. 

Wild Elegance

At the moment I took this shot, I asked myself, why did you snap that one ?  It proved to be a good catch to my eyes,  I fell in love with the artistry of movement of it, that I am not sure I even realized in the viewfinder at the time.  

Little Mustang

Little  “Nash.” Not long after this was taken , Nash went missing and is believed to be a casualty.

The Grey

So elegant, with a touch of sharpness. It seemed, it was my existence she questioned.  

The Grey Stallion & The Brown Mare

He stood as close to her as he could get.

Wind Braids

Wild mares, in serene rest.

Indigo

“Indigo,” is Sapphire’s son.{ 2018}

Three Graces

Three mares on the Pryor Mountains.

River

A striking grey stallion in the sand basin. 

Iconic Picasso

The iconic “Picasso,”  looks west .

Stallion and Mare

Stallion and mare close to Lookout Mountain.

Picasso Junior

“PJ,” in the sky with those diamond eyes.