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Hot Bob wrote in post #15550281
the headstall being improperly fit pulling the bit too far back in the mouth is distracting for me.
I agree with the above. It's a very nice looking horse but it brings a bit of sadness to my mind with the bit so far back.
Feb 05, 2013 21:16 as a reply to @ sophie's-mom's post |
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Location: from Pennsylvania, now in Washington state, road trip back and forth a lot, with extensive detouring
Wonderfull use of light vs. dark, with the subject being so bright in relation to the clean dark background. Well done.
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Love the contrast, dof and framing of this subject. Nice capture.
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Personally I like this a lot, The black really brings out the horse! Fantastic shot!
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Mar 18, 2013 13:20 as a reply to @ vschapman's post |
I like this a lot - its interesting that so many find the bit distracting.
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I really like the picture. You did a great job!
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