A local photographer looks for the rich, warm detail of the wild horses living on the Outer Banks of North Carolina

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As anyone with a pet and camera knows, photographing animals is an exercise in patience. Just need that one perfect shot…

When the subjects are wild horses on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, that challenge is quadrupled. Just in getting near enough to get the shots, dealing with weather, tides, and the mood and trust of the herds, Dorset photographer Lisa Cueman has her work cut out for her.
But Cueman says she doesn’t see it just that way. For her, this photography is a labor of passion and love, and so she’ll wait to get that one shot in a thousand — and will keep returning to the Outer Banks again and again to photograph wild horses, whose
lineage traces back 500 years to the time of the first Spanish explorers….

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