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"Há quem, à conta de imaginar grandes obras, deixe de cumprir até as suas obrigações mais simples." José Luís Nunes Martins

One of my biggest dreams was fulfilled last October in Marshall, Texas. I got to ride a horse on a beautiful trail in the hills, through creeks and pastures.…

To catch movement is the most addictive of all photography. To freeze movement of sporters, scooters and even horses one has to learn to pan a shot. I takes a…

So much joy having a camera. So much joy looking through it. How lucky are we as photographers to have a hobby like this, which adds a meaning, a secret layer…

The Kelpies are a 30 meter high horse-head sculptures depicting  Kelpies (shape shifting water spirits) located in Grangemouth, near Falkirk, standing next to a…

We went on a little vacation with our daughter, her husband, and their three-year-old twins last week, renting an AirB&B on a working horse farm. It was remote…

[7-365] 12th August 2020- The Dartmoor Pony is breed of pony that lives on Dartmoor England. It has been there for centuries and is used in a variety of roles…

This post is a continuation of my mini series on the city of London, UK. All photos were taken a few years ago with a Canon PowerShot ELPH 300HS pocket camera…

The day before we headed to Torres del Paine national park, we took a boat to Estancia La Peninsula to learn about the traditional Patagonian ranch lifestyle.…

These horses (and donkey) are located in a pasture next to my physical therapist. I had some time to spare before my appointment so walked over there. The farm…

Wikipedia gives this explanation of Point-to-point racing. A point-to-point is a form of horseracing over fences for hunting horses and amateur riders. If…
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