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Amish cart with horse.
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Above photo:
Belgian Horses in the snow.

Above photo: Belgian Horse with child.

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Above photo:
Paso Fino Horse

Above photo:
Paso Fino Horse

Interested young man petting a horse.

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Photo tip:
Rule number 1, be careful!
Horses can move very fast and without warning.
They are NOT thinking of your safety, either. 

Move slowly and predictably, and stay in eye contact, if possible.
If you wish to get close, touch the horse, perhaps on the neck near its shoulder. 
Be gentle, and make comforting sounds. 
Offer some food.    They love that,  but watch your fingers!  Keep them TOGETHER! 
Using a long lens is very effective. 
Most photos are done outdoors, so light is not usually a problem. 
Between around 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. the sun is harsh, so use the morning or afternoon. 
You do not usually need a shutter speed faster than about 1/250. 
You can get interesting effects by using a tripod and speeds from 1/8 to 1/30.
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Signature Full-color
Horse Photo Note-cards.

12 different horses, some humor
Amish, belgian, paso fino, jumping horse, Laughing horse and more.
Completely unique. You will never find these notecards in your local store.
$19.99 plus shipping.

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