A photo captures a unique moment in time. It can also capture the experience of going to a place you’ve never been.
I’m an Equine Photographer, and I travel the world in my job. I love it! I have a successful website for my business, with my Equine Photography (and a blog about it that very one you’re visiting right now,) but I feel a need to share all those non-horse related photos of magical places. That is what you can expect to find at My Favorite Destinations, my brand new travel blog.
I want to share destinations that captured my heart for one reason or another. There will be city life, good restaurants (by good I mean healthy and preferably organic food,) good hotels, dog friendly RV parks, nature and outdoor activities. The more remote a place is, the more I tend to thoroughly enjoy spending time there. Horseback riding, camping and hiking in different wilderness areas is high on my list of things I love.
Check out this post about a recent road trip I made (yes, it was work related, but we took the long way home.) If there’s something you would like to see, or read more about, feel free to tell me so! Tell me in a comment, or write me a personal email at email@example.com. OK?
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Q& A from guest blogger Franklin Levinson www.WayoftheHorse.org.
Take a look at his diet. Is getting to much protein or too many carbohydrates for the amount of exercise he is getting? Like a child pumped up on sugar, your horse may have simply the wrong diet. Another thing to investigate is any pain that may be occurring within the horse’s body. If he is uncomfortable, no training will help. So make certain his back, teeth, feet, legs, saddle fit, proper bitting, all of it, is not producing any discomfort. This may require a veterinarian check and saddle fit professional. So rule out pain first and foremost and then you can move on to training issues.
The best thing you can do for a nervous horses is to keep his attention on you via your great equestrian, leadership skills. Get him to move his feet where you want and you will gain his attention and he will calm down. Get him really good at home with these moves first.
Keep me posted please. Keep well and happy….best wishes, Franklin
I saw this band of six horses hanging out at Salt Creek, in Shasta-Trinity National Forest earlier this week. I’ve never seen wild horses, in the wild, in California before. Horrible light, but I wanted to share it anyways, since it was such a surprise to see them there. They’ve chosen a beautiful place, don’t you think?
These photos marked the beginning of an amazing road trip we’ve been on this week. Want to know where we went? I guess you just have to check out my Instagram account ;)