So Ghent has a lot of historical (and gorgeous) places, and in some of those places you can see new and modern elements, while still conserving the historical buildings. The Bijloke-site is one of those places. Take the journey with me from the middle ages to the twentyfirst century with these pictures. And let’s just pretend it wasn’t raining that day ;-).
P.S.: I’ve made a non-horsey post so now I feel free to have the next 10 posts very horse-related.
So after seeing a lot of dressage shows, it was time for a little change. Still horse related, but very different.
Since a few days I have an instagram account. You can find me by the name povp.amd
So for these pictures… I went Western. In contrast to dressage, there is far more color in this branch of the horse sports. With a little help from Lightroom, I made the colors pop.
I am really trying to specialize in portrait photography, and these fit right into the theme I’ve creating: showing the bond between rider and horse.
No worries; I will post other things too!
So I am back in the saddle. By which I mean… taking pictures of people in the saddle. And again, I am proud enough of some of the pictures to post them here.
Two different riders, two different horses, but one thing in common; the love they share for their horse. And as usual, I am not moved by the riding pictures, how stunning theses horses may be. It’s the pictures I take after their ride I love the most. I don’t even want to put my logo on them, it would just spoil it.
Comments are welcomed! Please forgive me for the lighting problems I’ve had in the first shoot.
And even my first collage: