We spent a lovely day at the Saratoga Race Course, a race meet that U had watched on TV for years but my first time to visit. Thousands of others decided to visit also but the vast majority had their chairs and picnic baskets in the lawn under the huge trees that cover the area. I got close to the Winner’s Circle to get this shot and knew immediately it was the scene I was looking for.
When traveling in older cities, I tend to find subject matter in the way people decorate their homes, especially how they do their doors. Hudson, NY is no different and today I spotted a door with a print in the window of a group of bears pushing on a tree with the inscription “Resist”. I would be curious to know why the owner used this graphic. Any ideas?
This is a photo that I have re-working many times in the past. This stallion whose name is Hollywood White is a horse that I have owned for the past 20 years. In this particular situation he was turned loose in the pasture and the photo was taken from about 200 feet away with a 200 mm lens. I had to crop it down significantly in order to get the look that I wanted and then converted it to black and white.