Lil Ombre art print by Holly Ross. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
I love photographing the new foals that are with the herds in Missouri. Although the Missouri Wild Horse League doesn't officially name the horses, I... more
I love photographing the new foals that are with the herds in Missouri. Although the Missouri Wild Horse League doesn't officially name the horses, I often give them names just for my own record keeping. This little filly is the mother of Willow and the sister of Dusty. You can see Dusty's photo "That's a Good One" within the Wild Horses of Missouri collection on my page.
The horses are managed by the Missouri Wild Horse League, which only steps in when the herd exceeds the federally imposed limit of fifty horses. The horses roam public and private land in Shannon County. Some are often seen crossing Highway 19 and Horse Crossing signs exist on a few roads close to their stomping grounds. For more information about the wild horses of Missouri, please contact the Missouri Wild Horse League.
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About Holly Ross
Self-taught photographer and Best of Missouri Hands Juried Artist, Holly Ross has explored a wide variety of subjects, but always returns to the more natural elements of our world. Her photos have been described as having an “eclectic mixture of soft, near watercolor effects on florals – almost Japanese in delicacy and Zen-like in simplicity – contrasted with the sharp, clean linear architectural images.” With her photography, she seeks out vantage points that others might pass by. Another client described her work as, “visual poetry… emotions captured in ink and moments caught as if time could be glued to paper.” Holly’s intent is to seek out those more intimate ‘scapes’ and provide just a glimpse into a world,...