In planning for their session I told them of my requirements for horse photography on location; first and foremost that the place I park my car can not be far from a stunning location for photography…for several reasons:
1) I don't have a horse to get into the back country
2) I may need to go back to my car for equipment at any given moment
3) I always bring, and usually use, my 6-foot ladder on horse sessions (see: Part 1 on camera elevation)
Their answer to my rather stringent requirements was Celebration Park, an hours drive south of Boise just beyond Melba. It sits along the Snake River and is Idaho's only archeological park with Native American petroglyphs at least 12,000 years old surrounded by huge basalt melon gravels. It was truly worth the drive! The image below is the big view I was looking for.
Should you have questions please don't hesitate to shout out…'Til next week.
Author: Jerry W Venz, Master Photographer CPP
Training site: http://www.LightAtTheEdge.com