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Rob and Linda, and their Cast of Characters…er…Horses

Rob and Linda are a delightful couple who love three horses, each of which has a strong, unique personality. This is the story of our photo session…

I arrived early so I’d be there to photograph the “cast” getting prepped for their turn in front of the camera. Brushes and dust were flying, and personalities were showing strong!

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First up is Wizard (aka “Wiz”). He’s the comedian of the bunch and he knows it. There’s rarely a dull moment when Wiz is in the spotlight!

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Next up is Hannah. She’s 100% leading lady. A bit of a diva, but with enough life experience to keep her humble and beautiful.

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Last but not least is Donovan. He’s the newest cast member, but was already showing his strong and noble character.

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The photo session was a bit more improv than scripted play. Rob and Linda wanted to keep things light and fun.

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The affection between the “directors” and the cast is not hard to see.

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Wiz thinks he’s going to try directing himself.

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Horsing around between cast members is expected with a group like this!

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This is a photo that I already have printed and displayed in my office. Hannah sure is a star, isn’t she?

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I had a little extra “help” from stage hands.

THE END!

1 Comment

  1. Lynne Glazer

    January 12, 2013

    Great session, Shelley! They must be thrilled with how well you captured the horse-human connection.

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