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3 Responses to “Lusitano in motion”


  1. November 24, 2012 at 4:22 am

    Keron, these are lovely images. I don’t have the horse background you have so I can’t comment on that aspect, but I understand the one-ness of what occurred and how that can connect, energize, and ultimately transcend.

    While I’m not a user or proponent of textures I do think you use them tastefully and in support of the images, not to redirect or bastardize images. They have a very satisfying old world patina, appropriately.

    Are you going to make the next meeting?

    • November 24, 2012 at 7:47 am

      YES I AM! : ) Mark, thank you for taking the time to look and comment. I have “straight shots” that I’ll bring along for ‘compassionate criticism’. Can’t wait to see you and the fellas!

  2. 3 Elaine
    November 24, 2012 at 5:56 am

    I do like the impressionistic style on this one, I think I would like to see the area above the horses head cropped out or cloned out, it is distracting to me and pulls the eye from the subject.


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