Photograph on paper
Signed on the front.
These Brumbies were captured in outback New South Wales, around 100kms north of Packsaddle on the way to Birdsville in 2016.
I spotted the herd as we were driving and got out of the car. The brumbies crossed the road and I sat with them for over an hour. Gradually creeping closer and closer to the herd, making sure all the while, they were comfortable with my presence, I would wait, then creep closer.
Eventually, I was lying down on my stomach, ever so still, knowing that the "low angle" showed the landscape and made the Brumby Stallion stand out from the pack. Some movement off to the right and the Stallion was on the move, against a late afternoon sky, made for a beautiful silhouette.
Upon getting back to my vehicle and driving a few km's down the road, I started screaming and pulled up my trousers and noticed multiple spiders crawling up my legs. We stopped the vehicle and in my rush to get my trousers off to get rid of the spiders, pulled off my underpants as well. Luckily for me, being the outback, there were no other cars in sight.
A funny story, but showing that sometimes you have to go through a little pain to get the "money shot"!
Printed on 310 gsm rag cotton paper with a 2" white border, signed by the artist.
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