Another neat shot of a couple of stallions from the Onaqui Mountains Wild Horse Herd Management Area. Same ones from the post a few days ago, but a different look and different light. Shot on the shortest day of 2020. Those scars are really something.
Here’s a neat pic of two stallions from the Onaqui Mountains Wild Horse Herd Management Area. Note the scars on both of them. They really do fight a lot…and sometimes do some real damage. There’s one guy who is missing an ear completely. And not long ago I saw one with a chunk of flesh about the size of my fist missing from his shoulder. That said – and other than that – they look remarkably healthy and hearty.
I chose the title of this pic because it has been really popular in Colorado. I think it might have something to do with the colors??
I first printed it on 16 x 24 metal. And when I started messing around with the barnwood frames, I tossed one that size into a frame. Wow… It really seemed to finish the piece. So for this one, I’d suggest a 15 x 23 on 1/8″ acrylic in a handmade barnwood frame ($245). Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to order – or to discuss other sizes/options. Neat shot.
On this nascent site in support of the brick-and-mortar gallery, it seems that I’ve not posted much of the bread and butter of the place. That particular sandwich being wildlife photography. And, hopefully, as you see the stuff, you’ll see that the aim is at wildlife portraiture. That is to say I’d like to think I’m getting something out of the individual critter rather than “I took a picture of a horse”. Maybe you’ll see it in this one. Doesn’t it look like a portrait of her – that individual burro?
This is a female wild burro up near the entrance of an abandoned mine near Oatman, Arizona. When the gold mine closed down, the miners apparently abandoned a bunch of burros and now there are a couple of herds in the area. Neat creatures. And this one is such a pretty one. I swear she not only picked the right spot to stand (all those colors framing her), but she actually posed – even vamped – for me. Pretty girl!
I’ve got this one in the gallery on a 30×40 acrylic for $875 and it’s outstanding. The best value, though, are the smaller acrylics in handmade barnwood frames. The 8×10 (13.5 x 15.5 with the frame) goes for only $85 and the 11×14 (16.5 x 19.5) is $125. Price points for everyone. Add about five percent for shipping within the U.S.
Email me at email@example.com to purchase or discuss other media (metal, foamcore, traditional prints, etc.) and other sizes. This is really a neat shot. Pretty girl.