I had a wonderful photo shoot with Marion today and her two BEAUTIFUL Paso Fino's! Please click on the photo below to go to the gallery, or click on the tab above for gallery and purchasing. I hope you enjoy them!
Below, you will find a beautiful photograph of Frances Fix. She was the Mother of my husband George. I am not sure of the background, but it was a photo shoot for her "debut" in Dallas, TX. I hope I have this right. She looked very at home with handling a horse. I love this photograph, a real treasure. I hope you like it too.
I am a bit perplexed that a small link to the below photo album that I just posted on Facebook has over 350 hits
already. Yea, perplexed. Someone who know someone who knows somebody that knows someone that ....? Well, these are of a dear friend of mine, Nancy, and their are also some of another twosome partner friends, husband and wife
Alan and Robin Young. They are the greatest fence builders and fence painters in the city of Aiken! Of course, they are the most very knowledgeable horse people around. Click on the photograph to be taken to the gallery, then you may have to click the photo again. Then, make sure you click on the slideshow for the best view at the top right of your screen! Enjoy! There are just a few!
In April I had the honor of doing a photo shoot of a wonderful woman and her two loving horses, Cosmo and Kahlua! I almost forgot to mention her mini! He is in here too! His name is Lil Bit. I had shared a few of the photo's in this gallery
in a couple earlier posts, but I have now posted the gallery to view
She has kept the ones of her, but has given me the opportunity to share some of the photographs of her horses. They are magnificent, beautiful, awe inspiring horses! Click on the below photograph to be taken to the gallery! Enjoy!
The United States Polo Association has chosen the city where I live, Aiken, SC for their spring and fall training location for the Team USPA players. This program became established to promote and sustain the sport of polo. A fantastic, HUGE, thing for Aiken! They decided to learn from the greatest polo players ever the high-goal stars. Adam Snow is a 10 goal player and asked Julie Robins of Dragon Fly Farm to help the newcomers a bit with
horse language and any difficulties that they are having with their horses. Julie enamored them all with her language and instruction! Kendra DeKay assisted her and was also a huge hit. I was the lucky photographer to be able to photograph it! I mean, this is a huge WOW for me! I had so much fun, and enjoyed meeting all of the next
superstars of polo! What a team! At the end of the photo shoot, Julie Robins worked one on one with Adam Snow. They had a ton of input to each other and the horses. What a huge advancement for
the language of horses! I hope you enjoy the photographs! I believe you can click on the below photo to take you to all of the photographs. If it
I just finished a photo shoot with Julie Robins and Kendra DeKay. It was for the TEAM United States Polo Association and taken place at Adam Snow's farm. What a wonderful group of people that I wished the shoot didn't end. I will have the portfolio on the tab soon. For now, I would like you to take a look at this beautiful horse!
I had the greatest photo shoot today with Julie Robins with her workshop! It was a beautiful day! Her students had the greatest experience ever with de-spooking when the local Aiken Carriage drivers came to help out! I will have a link to all of the photo shoot soon. Here below is a beautiful horse owned by one of the riders named Karen. My Artsy photo if you will. Great day!
Here is a very interesting photograph that I took when my horse JESTER entered the herd. He is the one on the far left. It was an over the fence meeting, but intense. Not sure why, but this photograph is one that stops me and makes me take it all in. Maybe, it is because all they did was breathe in each other's scent from their noses. SO intriguing for the fact of wondering what, WHAT, can they find out about each other from breathing in each other's air. "Where have ya been?" "What's ya been doing?" "Who have you seen?" Interesting that they say one greeting that a human can have to a horse is to let them breathe in your breath. Well, I have to say, when meeting a new horse, I love a peppermint in my