I fell in love with these horses years ago when my family spent a few weeks each summer in the south of France. Both their beauty and their history inspired me to find a way to get close enough to photograph them. Believed to be the oldest breed in the world (dating to the Paleolithic era, 17,000 years ago) the horses are strictly controlled by the French government, so access to them is restricted. They live in the wetlands between the Mediterranean and the two arms of the Rhone River Delta known as the Camargue. I located a French photographer who is friendly with a Guardian family who oversees the herds. They allowed me on their property to photograph these magnificant creatures in the summers of 2017 and 2018. My images from those shoots are available for sale in a variety of large sizes on either dye sublimated aluminum or as acrylic wall art. Please contact me for futher information.

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