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Taken 2/06/10 after 24" of snow, Fishing Creek Valley, PA, USA There were still flurries, high winds and cold but it all combined for some interesting photos and a great day of shooting these guys. Between this storm and another a few days later followed by gusts up to 55 mph these storms dominated the news.

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“Rolling Stones” Studio Session “Wild Horses”


  • Diane Peresie
    Diane Peresiealmost 5 years ago

    You are superbly talented! These are amazing photos.

  • Thank You very much Diane! Sometimes it is as much persistence as talent. I spent 4 hours out there in knee deep snow with some pretty strong winds, following these guys around hoping to get an opportunity like this one, so my persistence worked out. LOL Seriously though I truly appreciate your comments and thanks agian, Tony

    – photosbytony

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithalmost 5 years ago

    This is a great pic Tony. Well done.

  • Thank You, Garth!! Tony

    – photosbytony

  • Peter Denness
    Peter Dennessalmost 5 years ago

    A beautiful image Tony!

  • Thanks, Peter!!! Much appreciated, tony

    – photosbytony

  • Smile
    Smilealmost 5 years ago

    This is beautiful , wonderful capture!!!

  • Thanks, Nikki !

    – photosbytony

  • ginabgood1
    ginabgood1almost 5 years ago


  • Thank you, Gina Tony

    – photosbytony

  • Gene Praag
    Gene Praagalmost 5 years ago

    Absolutely stunning…..Nothing more beautiful than horses running!

  • Thank You and I agree on the running, fantastic animals. Actually these horses are across the road from me in PA. The guy that owns the farm doesn’t live there, doesn’t ride and these horses have the run of close to 100 acres, not wild by any means but humans aren’t around much, most of them have never been ridden, he feeds them, putters around over there a couple hours a day and pretty much leaves them alone. Have never seen a vet over there even though there are a couple foals every year. They keep their distance when I go over, kind of like there is an invisible, shifting 30 yard border around them. I’ll read about your horses, thanks
    Have you ever seen Tony Stromberg’s work, you would enjoy his photographs of the wild horses in California and he is also an advocate for protecting them perhaps he could help in Utah. You should contact him at the least he could help tell the story. Tony

    – photosbytony

  • TWindDancer
    TWindDanceralmost 5 years ago


  • Thanks, very much appreciated! Tony

    – photosbytony

  • Garth Smith
    Garth Smithalmost 5 years ago

  • Thank You very much Garth! being featured in the Black& White photgraphy group is an honor. On another note I am sorry to see that you are leaving but can only imagine how much effort and time is put into a group this large. You are to be congratulated on building this great group and taking it as far as you have. Good luck and I look forward to viewing more of your photographic work, thanks, Tony

    – photosbytony

  • mscott207
    mscott207almost 5 years ago

    beautifully composed and executed! such majestic animals and you’ve captured that majesty in such wonderful fashion! congrats on the much deserved feature!

  • Thank you very much, Michael, it was a fun four hours with these guys, kind of like a slow dance at a distance in the snow. LOL Tony

    – photosbytony

  • Alex Mokrzycki
    Alex Mokrzyckialmost 5 years ago

    great capture and image, excellent work, top shelf, congrats on feature

  • Much appreciated Alex, Tony

    – photosbytony

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