I always find your photography awe-inspiring and amazing! Making the effort to go out when it isn’t really pleasant is definitely worth it 🙂
You are so right and thank you for stopping in and saying such nice things chillibasket. 🙂
Thank you! 🙂
Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.
Thanks agent provocateur and fellow Nevadan. 🙂
Hey thanks keep up the good work!
Thank you adaisygarden. So glad you liked it.
Spectacular! Is one of the horses pregnant?
Thanks seeker. I don’t know but will keep you posted about possible foals.
Lovely image captured with a Lorraine style of lighting, very good.
Thank you jcpramblings. Now I will go look that up. 😉
It’s a style that was heavily used by artists during the French renaissance and like most things adopted by photographers, however not so easy for a photographer to capture especially if they are trying to get the effect on a specific subject.
Well, I suppose you are right about making time and taking the time to be there when the light is. However, I read your words out loud to my wife. Then said, “hell I like this photographer’s work. She is really good and shouldn’t sell herself short.” I’ll just add that I do like the four images you posted.
Thanks enmanscamera! 🙂 Your comment made me laugh and feel good about my efforts at the same time. 😉
I think your photography is a great example of making the opportunities for good images. I just wish that I could show your dedication.
The photos are amazing. You shown a outstanding view of the mountains and the range.
Thank you so much John. 🙂
You are welcome.
There are some beautiful landscapes in your neck of the woods. On that fourth photo, I had to do a double take to review the markings on those two horses. Their spots are incredibly similar in size and placement, don’t you think?
Yes I do. I thought they both looked fake if you want to know that honest truth. Just so similar and spectacularly colored. They have to be related. Thanks for visiting and commenting by the way. I enjoy your blog. 🙂
Thank you. I am enjoying your blog as well. I take it these are wild horses you’re photographing? One day, I’d love to head out West and ride on some of your terrain. It really is breathtaking. 🙂
Stunning capture, Alison! How I love the desert…incomparable.
Thank you for your kind compliment Joe. It is always nice to connect with fellow desert lovers. 🙂
Thank you. 🙂
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