Photographing the Icelandic horses

Photographer Donal Boyd has a mission to conserve nature through visual advocacy. In this case, his photos of Iceland’s symbol of culture and heritage explore the connection between nature and humanity of his home country through portraiture. In a story published on Adorama, Boyd says that the story of the Icelandic horse is deeply tied to the people… Continue reading Photographing the Icelandic horses

Black Beauty

Close up of a camera lens. By Premium Beat.

Hey there folks. This is such a great portrait I just had to share. We know all about the ugliness that can go on here. So we need all the beauty we can get in order to survive this world intact. --- Featured Image: Premium Beat by Shutterstock.

Foto Friday

Updated 10:26 am. The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery participated in a Royal 41-gun salute to mark the start of Queen Elizabeth’s Blue Sapphire Jubilee year at Green Park in central London February 6, 2017. We have one image arriving (below) where all looks well. After the Royal 41-gun salute some of the horses became unruly as they… Continue reading Foto Friday

Black Friday Shopping at the Horse Fund

ForestBoyz 2017 Calendar Cover

We don't usually post about such things such as Black Friday but the Horse Fund's Gift Shop has never looked so good and had such a wide range of beautiful merchandise. One of our favorite artists is a photographer who goes by LauraZ. She does an exclusive calendar centered on three black Friesian horses, and… Continue reading Black Friday Shopping at the Horse Fund

Wild horses and the world’s forgotten animals

Wild Horses, Nevada. Photo Credit: Charlotte Dumas.

Cross-posted from CNN I was excited when I read this headline. I became less excited as a I read through the article. It seems that America's wild horses are doomed to be misunderstood, their numbers and what they mean misrepresented to their continuing detriment. And of course this misinformation will be considered gospel by many… Continue reading Wild horses and the world’s forgotten animals