Grazing Quarter Horse in Sweet Light  
     

Grazing Quarter Horse in Sweet Light

This quarter horse is doing what most horses prefer to be doing with all of their time. Grazing.
 
An almost-set sun gave me a warm light and the wide angle focal length combined with a near-ground-level perspective delivered a unique image of this horse. Grazing horses typically swing their heads back and forth constantly as they mow off the grass. Being in the right place to capture the head in a desirable position was the biggest challenge in capturing this photograph.

Camera and Lens Settings
10mm  f/8.0  1/200s  ISO 250  5472 x 3648px
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