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Georgia Martin Baker
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 Photographed in Bend Oregon.

I hope every one is having a wonderful and creative new year. 

My Free Stock Packets - Package - Equine - 1  and  Package - Equine - 3
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funkwood Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2015
Thanks for the fave! :)
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photocrafter Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2015  Professional Photographer
You are very welcome. :)
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EveVictus Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the llama! :llama:
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FredSenior Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Georgia...I  read some of the historical comments and I hope you do some more amazing photographs. Can I ask..they look as if they were made for a film set. Horses kicking up dust, I hope you were safe doing them.
Fred 
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photocrafter Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015  Professional Photographer
Oh yes I was very safe, sometimes I was shooting from a cliff side, others on top of rocks, if I was on the ground there was a fence you do not see.
Each year in September, the light is just right, and if the wind or rain cooperates, this dust has been called by the wranglers as ash dust.
This fine dust stays in the air allowing the light to capture magical moments. It does not take much for the dust to rise.
Sometimes if the air is really still, it becomes so thick you cannot see, and it takes a while for the dust to settle.
When I shot film, I was lucky to get only a few images without scratches. I went digital for this reason. I no longer needed to change out my film
in those conditions. :)
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