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Muddy Flanders Fields

By Drummerdelight
This photo was taken a short while before I took this picture of them in the stables .
This time, totaly different from what I 've been photographing before, it was nearly dark so I had to crank up the ISO high.
So now I was able to get a slow exposure with some motion blur, glad that I aimed at the horses head and got his 'look'.
I find myself wondering what the horse is thinking...
His first run with his new and hopeful owner looks like hard work - not a walk in a park...

Enjoy your Sunday

Tags: Photo journalism Horse Journalism Dusk Black and white Motion blur Muddy High ISO setting

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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1856 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2018 8:12AM
You've got the horse well trained now, it knows to look at the camera. Wink

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Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
14 Jan 2018 12:08PM
Captured the action perfectly Guy. Think the horse is looking forward to getting back to the stable.
14 Jan 2018 12:51PM
a fine shot, the eye contact works very well
14 Jan 2018 4:42PM
He's probably thinking"is this guy crazy or what" you have certainly caught the mood of this miserable day.
saltireblue Plus
7 7.5k 33 Norway
14 Jan 2018 6:42PM
The rider/jockey certainly doesn't look so very happy!


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