The Salt River Wild Horses are one of my favorite photography subjects. A few hours of "wild horse therapy" and I'm ready to tackle another week's work! I like to photograph them as a "horse-scape", where the horses are shown in their environment.
Every so often, you get to enjoy some rowdy behavior between the horses. This pair of youngsters was sparring and, well... horsing around.
My preferred medium for wild horse photographs is metal, with canvas a close second. If you prefer a rustic look, I recommend pearl fine art paper with a mat and wood grain frame. These photographs make wonderful gifts!
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