Cavalry soldier and horse at the 2010 Battle at Fort Stevens Civil War Reenactment, Oregon. Fort Stevens was a Union outpost during the Civil War built to protect the entrance to the Columbia River and the cities of Astoria and Portland from possible attack from the British. During the 1860s the NW Territories ownership was still in dispute and the British were suffering due to the North not allowing the South to export cotton. The Union felt there was a real threat of British attack thus building the fort. The fort stayed active up through World War II.

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  • GailD
    GailDabout 4 years ago

    Well shot & processed Bryan. Great series.

  • Thanks Gail

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful vintage feel, Bryan!

  • Thank you Wendi, my wife has a photograph similar to this of her grandfather on his prize horse from back in the 40’s I tried to emulate that photograph.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • debsphotos
    debsphotosabout 4 years ago

    Its a beautiful horse Bryan!! Fantastic capture!!*-)

  • Thanks Deb, the attentive look of the horse is what caught my eye.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Helen Akerstrom Photography
    Helen Akerstro...about 4 years ago

    Great pov of horse and rider. Nice processing.

  • Thank you Helen.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • JaninesWorld
    JaninesWorldabout 4 years ago

    A magnificent capture and such a proud looking horse.

  • Thank you Janine, thats what caught my eye.

    – Bryan Peterson

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