Following on from my last post about getting back into horse riding Life with Horses, that happy event led me into visiting a horse show in Warwick at the college there. Some lovely riders including a few from the riding school I attend.
This led me to creating a contest on the site I am a Manager on, Fine Art America.
I created two. One for Traditional art and one for Photography, and the entrants were amazing! Such wonderful images.
Here are the winners of each section. Congratulations to all of them!
..photo taken at the Toronto zoo ...The long-legged Grevy's zebra is the biggest of the wild equids. It is more closely related to the wild ass than the horse (whereas the plains zebra is more closely related to the horse). One can distinguish the Gr...
The Shackleford Banks wild horses are a unique historic and cultural legacy.
Historical research and genetics testing indicates that these wild horses descended from a core group of the old type of Spanish horses. One genetic factor, the blood vari...
Power in Motion by Ekaterina Druz.
Belongs to the gallery Russian Artists New Wave.
Dancing Lusitano horse in the sand.
The Lusitano is said to be the best kept secret in the horse world. And having had the opportunity to experience these hor...