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Pieces of horses: when big is too big

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I find horses (and donkeys) difficult subjects to shoot.
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Their bodies are  too long, easy to fail if not sharp at the right points.
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Waiting for horses galloping in the wild or for a wide angle, I get (small) satisfactions by cropping tiny pieces of horses. Click and zoom to enjoy their hairiness.

Posted by lorenzoborghi on February 23, 2013
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  1. 02/23/2013

    like the 1st one. would have more drama if breathing steam in snow

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  2. 02/23/2013

    next time I throw the horse snow balls on the nose …

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  3. 02/23/2013
    Daniele

    Very good pictures, as usual.

    Where did you take these photos?
    Were you in front of a Findus production plant? 🙂

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    • 02/23/2013

      Eehehe… indeed Nestle’ is not so far away from these wannabe frozen-food 😀 Jokes apart, these are happy animals in a happy farm in the city outskirts.

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