It’s been enjoyable going on walks as the October sun drops lower in the the sky creating some amazing light. I’m becoming more comfortable shooting a film camera. It feels second nature by now and I take more time to notice the things around me. Watching the light, looking at the surroundings a little differently and BLAMMO, another moment in time captured on film forever.
A lot of people will tell you that horses get spooked because they’re just naturally nervous and jittery, but that ain’t right. What you have to remember is that a horse sees things maybe six or seven times bigger than we do.—Billy Herman, a harness-racing trainer at Pompano Park in Miami