Eye of a Palomino Horse  
     

Eye of a Palomino Horse

Our eyes are drawn to areas of strong contrast in an image. In this case, our eyes are drawn to the horse's eye. Most photographic rules can be regularly broken, but one rule I seldom break is that the subject's eye must be in focus.
 
Notice the shallow depth of field in this image. Even though an f/8 aperture was used, the 200mm focal length used at this relatively short distance leaves only a thin slice of this image in focus.

Camera and Lens Settings
200mm  f/8.0  1/250s  ISO 640  5760 x 3840px
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