Ghost horse! Beautiful Zoda is doing a wonderful service in North Dakota. Lovely horse and amazingly different photograph Erika Larsen!
No one knows where the wind comes from or where it goes. This photo using imagination could be a horse in a storm or fading away in the mist... either way it is as you would like to see it. I like to see it as a horse fading away into the mists of time. To others it would just be a very blurry picture.
Beautiful,beautiful,beautiful...... both the horse and the photography. I simply love it,and there is no more that I can say. j.e.s.
@Arun Brahma Unfortunately often time s a flowery story that goes with the photo which has uncommon words helps it to get attention. Look for this pattern yourself in future photos. You may sometimes see a 9-or 10 photo with a poor story and that photo never gets success, and then see a 7 photo with a story that attracts attention to the editors, and then also astounds many viewers who would have otherwise never said anything positive about the succesful photo.
@Arun Brahma I am assuming this effect was intentional on the photographer's part. Using a long exposure to create a ghostly effect, since the story deals with the past cultures of Native Americans which like the horse in this image seems to be fading away. Just a guess though.
@Arun Brahma they r mad, crazy, n knowing too much means nothings.
I believe in greatness in a lot of peoples photos it is all about seeing it from there perspective on what side of photography they do and there techniques and you cant just be negative about certain peoples photos just because you don't understand there line of work you people really need to start critiquing in the right way instead of just being negative about it give them the positive side of there work and also tell them what they can work on as well.
@Werner Kujnisch Definitely agree. Sorry if I don't see excellence here.
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