Farrier,s Lot by Stephen J  Dowdell
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’The farrier himself appears to be a far more substantial presence than the horse. His apron the leather black and tan of a rain beaten bay, the smell of woodbine, metal and hoof. When finished, he slaps her, places his tools in their beds. When he touches the horse we are not told what it feels like – as he runs his hand / the length of her neck, checking for dust on a lintel. He folds her leg, leans into her. The horse seems barely there is an element of tenderness and love in the relationship between the farrier and nature. ’.

Shooting Date/Time 30/11/2012 08:43:06

Canon 5D Mark II – EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM
Shooting Mode – Program AE
Shutter Speed – 1/400
Aperture Value – 2.8
ISO speed- 200
Focal Length – 70.0mm
Image — shot in raw
Newdigate, Dorking-UK

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