I fell in love with these wild French horses years ago. Their ancestors can be traced back 17,000 years to the Paleolithic era. The horses live in the wetlands between the Mediterranean and the two arms of the Rhone River Delta known as the Camargue. Since the French government deems them a national treasure, they maintain strict control of the herds. They are neither fed nor stabled, and access to them is limited. For the last three years I have arranged to photograph these magnificent animals in their natural environment. My images from these 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 further information.
Images from my May 2019 Camargue photo shoot are currently on display at the Hampton Designer Showhouse presented by Traditional Home to benefit Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. The large metal photographs I have hanging at the Showhouse were printed by Bay Photo Lab. The Showhouse (https://www.facebook.com/HamptonDesignerShowhouse) is open daily from July 21-September 2, 2019.