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Visions

I have been added to recommended photographers list by 500px, it is such an honor for me. Thank you for all your support, it means a lot to me.

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Never enough

Wharariki Beach, New Zealand

Amazing, beautiful, stunning. Simply… New Zealand!
I spent the last 46 days in the South Island chasing lights and seeking out for beautiful locations. I probably waked up for shooting sunrise 40 days out of the 46 I spent there. It has been a memorable adventure, but I’m starting getting quite exhausted now.
I have few locations left in the North Island and after that I will get some rest while finishing my plan for the USA, where I will be shooting from the first week of May.

By the way as the title suggests time is “never enough” when you are surrounded by all this beauty, so you have to make your time for what’s more important in order to have “enough time”.

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Horse

Palomino is a coat color in horses, consisting of a gold coat and white mane and tail. Genetically, the palomino color is created by a single allele of a dilution gene called the cream gene working on a “red” (chestnut) base coat. However, most color breed registries that record palomino horses were founded before equine coat color genetics were understood as well as they are today, and hence the standard definition of a palomino is based on the coat color visible, not the underlying presence of the dilution gene.

Due to their distinct color, palominos stand out in a show ring, and are much sought after as parade horses. They were particularly popular in movies and television during the 1940s and 1950s. One of the most famous palomino horses was Trigger, known as “the smartest horse in movies,” the faithful mount of the Hollywood Cowboy star Roy Rogers. Another famous palomino was Mr. Ed (real name Bamboo Harvester) who starred on his own TV show in the 1960s. [photo by MAIKA777]

Horse

Palomino is a coat color in horses, consisting of a gold coat and white mane and tail. Genetically, the palomino color is created by a single allele of a dilution gene called the cream gene working on a “red” (chestnut) base coat. However, most color breed registries that record palomino horses were founded before equine coat color genetics were understood as well as they are today, and hence the standard definition of a palomino is based on the coat color visible, not the underlying presence of the dilution gene.

Due to their distinct color, palominos stand out in a show ring, and are much sought after as parade horses. They were particularly popular in movies and television during the 1940s and 1950s. One of the most famous palomino horses was Trigger, known as “the smartest horse in movies,” the faithful mount of the Hollywood Cowboy star Roy Rogers. Another famous palomino was Mr. Ed (real name Bamboo Harvester) who starred on his own TV show in the 1960s. [photo by MAIKA777]