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Let’s Get Artsy! Let me Present Tamara Gooch… Enjoy!

By the number of fans on her photography page, I might be the only one who hasn’t seen these incredible these images…  But just in case you haven’t found her either, I would like to present the photography of Tamara Gooch.

I felt so lucky this morning!  I opened the Horse and Man Facebook page and there it was!  A gawjus photograph of a ghost town.  Now, I happen to be a sucker for ghost towns so it especially spoke to me.  But, I know I’m not alone…  Anyway, I guess a friend must have joined us on Facebook and Tamara’s newest photo popped up for me to languish upon as a breakfast treat!

Suddenly, I found my self clicking furiously to find out more.  I wanted to see more.  I ended up on Tamara’s personal Facebook page which brought me to the rest of the ghost town photos.  Among those photos was a horse shot thrown in.  WOW.  I liked that, too!  So I sent Tamara a message.  “Could I use these, please?”  Sure!, was her response. She suggested that I might want to go to her website or Facebook Photography page.  Yes!  So, I did.

OMG!  I was like a furious clicker, my fingers flying on the keyboard, my mouse squealing in delight!  I dragged and dropped so many photos onto my desktop, it looked like a camera exploded!  I had images upon images and I couldn’t decide which to show and which to not show.  How do I group them?  Which should lead?  Do I add the stories?…  In the end, I couldn’t decide how to edit them so I’m posting all that I have on my desktop.  I didn’t pull every graphic landscapes or scenery shot, and I certainly didn’t pull all the wildlife shots, but here is a large smattering of wonderful exposures.

Please don’t just take my word for it; go find what you like best!  Thank you, Tamara, you made my day!

To read all about Tamara and view more of her arresting photographs, go to her website and/or her Facebook page.


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HORSE AND MAN is a blog in growth... if you like this, please pass it around!