Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Wrapping Up 2014

2014 is winding up, and I've been reviewing my project 365, a year's worth of photographs. I'm putting together a collection of what I think are my "best" photographs of the year (that will be a future blog post). Not necessarily the photographs that people liked the best, but the work I think is my best.

In doing the review I have one photograph, that while is not one of my "technical" best, it is one of my favorites. I was finally set to go on a jeep tour in New Mexico, something I've wanted to do for years. The owner, and tour leader, Roch Hart was a gracious host and when we came across a small band of wild horses we stopped and got out of the jeep to take photographs.

This image is what happened when we got low to watch the horses, and the curious mares approached us. The magic happened when Roch reached out his hand and one of the mares touched him.

If you are in the New Mexico and want to do a jeep tour, book with New Mexico (private) Jeep Tours, and maybe you'll create some of your own magic. Their website: http://www.nmjeeptours.com/


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