Adopt a Horse
Considered one of the oldest breeds of horses in the world, the Camargue horse is indigenous to the Camargue area in southern France. They have lived in the harsh marshes of the Rhône delta for possibly thousands of years. The horses have black skin beneath the white coat, though they are born with a black or brown coat. As they grow, they become completely white. Smaller than many other horse breeds, they are rugged and agile. “Gardians,” the Camargue “cowboys,” can be seen riding these horses as they herd other horses or the black Camargue cattle of the region. All prints are on Hahnemuehle Photo Rag® smooth matte fine art paper, 100% cotton and printed with Epson's Ultrachome HD ink set for longevity. No more than 10 of each image will be printed. See the "Framed Example" page to learn about the framing technique used. If you would like to purchase photos, please contact me (use the "Contact Me" link) to arrange the purchase. All photos will be signed by the artist.