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  1. #1
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    Default Probably the Best Native American on Horseback Photo I've Seen

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    I clicked through Diana Volk's extensive file - awesome photos of an incredible lifestyle.
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    That is stunning.
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    If you ever get a chance to see the short film...I think it's called "Sun Dog" it's amazing. About a native American meeting up with a Spanishard's horse for the first time....
    "I've spent most of my life riding horses. The rest I've just wasted". - Anonymous



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    I love her race photos-she has some new ones up.

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    and the next generation

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    I follow her on FB, I love those pictures!



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    Beautiful work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFFarm View Post
    If you ever get a chance to see the short film...I think it's called "Sun Dog" it's amazing. About a native American meeting up with a Spanishard's horse for the first time....
    I wish I could find that one again, I saw it eons ago on TV...it was kind of 'meh' but at the same time I could not look away and watched the whole thing.
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    I love all her photos, they are amazing! I am so glad I got to visit Wyoming and Montana.



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    Very nice but looks pretty heavily "shopped" to me.



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    Why would photo-shopping it matter? It just won a big contest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcloisonne View Post
    Very nice but looks pretty heavily "shopped" to me.
    sometimes you just get lucky, too, and the lighting and all is perfect.
    I have some of those shots, and I swear they are not shopped, because I can't (yet).
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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    I've taken some pictures out here in MT with a cheap camera on a fluke that looked just as good and I don't do a thing to my pictures.

    She's an excellent photographer; I wouldn't at all dismiss her to the photoshopped bin so quickly.
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    Considering it's Wyoming, there's a good chance it wasn't photoshopped. I've taken a few out here in South Dakota that look that dramatic and since I'm a technological moron I can assure you they're not altered.



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