Horse of a not so different color (B&W)
I think I’ve mentioned before that I spent some time with photographer Lynne Pomeranz while I was in New Mexico. She taught me more about wild horses in a day than I could have imagined. She introduced me to a variety of the wild horse “bands” and their stallion leaders, mare followers, and youngsters. Today’s photo is of one of those beautiful black stallions – aptly named “Black”. I hope I have done him justice but in case I didn’t, you should look at Lynne’s site (http://www.lynnepomeranz.com) to see how it is really done. As I think I’ve said before, if you are ever in the NM (Albuquerque or Sante Fe) area, and are interested in the wild horses – you should do yourself a favor and contact Lynne. Also – for you photographers out there, she is having a combined workshop with Dennis Chamberlain (http://www.dcphotoartistry.com/DC_Photo_Artistry/Welcome.html) who is a both an accomplished photographer and a photoshop post processing expert on March 1-3 – it will be a fantastic opportunity to improve both your photographic and processing skills.