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Carien Schippers
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Wild Horses of the American West
These lucky "Three Strikes" geldings have found the end of the rainbow at the Deerwood Wild Mustang Sanctuary where they will safely live out their lives. Last week I shared some of my galleries from my travels to the wild horse management areas in Colorado...

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The Joy of Gardening
Borage Plant this one year and it will pop up all over your garden year after year as a "volunteer"  It can be used in salads and the bees love it! "The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to fee...

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Please take a look at my Fine Art America page, and check back as I continue to add images. Thank you!

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England in Spring Time
In May we were lucky enough to travel to England and Wales for a couple of weeks of relaxation, exploration and of course ponies! While the British Isles are known for nine breeds (Connemara, Dales, Fell, Exmoor, Dartmoor, Welsh, Highland, New Forest and Sh...

Join me on Monday for my Basics of Equine Photography online course: http://www.equinephotographers.org/courses/

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Here is a way to market images that sends out all sorts of photo needs.

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The Traveling Photographer and California
One of the beautiful Andalusians at Tilleywood Farm One of the best AND worst parts of my job is the fact that I get to travel all over the world. I think if you are going to be a successful equine photographer you must have a love for travel and new places...

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Chincoteague
Snow geese at Tom's Cove, Chincoteague This week I will spend a little closer to home and begin with one of my very favorite places to visit, Chincoteague, Virginia. This island came to fame due to Marguerite Henry's writings and the annual pony swim is kno...

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Babolna State Stud, Hungary
Storks on their nests in the village of Rust, Austria Upon leaving the Piber Stud we made our way to Hungary for a visit to the Hungarian State Stud. On the way we had lunch in the scenic village of Rust, known around the world for the storks who nest on th...

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World Class Driving in Slovenia
Drivers enjoying the beautiful  lanes of the Lipica Stud A Slovenian team of Lipizzaners boldly exits one of the obstacles During our stay at the Lipica Stud in Slovenia we were treated to some world class driving. Teams from nine countries assembled to com...
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