Shooting Horses - Album 2
I had a blast taking photos of the horses that a friend of mine is helping to look after at the Singapore Saddle Club. In case you’re wondering about the names of the horses, the grey horse is called Cheetah, the small chestnut pony in paddock is Little Red, the dark bay horse with 2 white legs is Blackjack and the dark bay horse with all dark brown legs is Puddles. All these horses were former race horses put to pasture. They are the lucky ones. These photos were taken using a Nikon F601 SLR with a Tokina 20-35mm wide angle lens.Taken by uncle_jay with a Nikon N6006 loaded with Fujichrome Provia 400X film in Singapore, Singapore. These tags describe this photo: singapore, xpro, horses, saddle, club, horse, tungsten, fuji, provia, 400x, fujichrome, x, 64, purple, lomography, 50-200, redscale, 800, cn, lomgraphy, 200, brown, green, nikon, n6006, f601, 20mm, wide, angle, and outdoors. Date: 2012-02. This photo can also be found in the album Nikon F601 + Fuji Provia 400X – Horses Album 2.
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