Today’s featured photo is chosen from ViewBug (The World’s Best Photo Contests) community.

I used my Nikon D800 with 70-200mm lens, at 200mm, 1/200s at f2.8, 2/3 EV. I was with a group of photographers at a local equine rescue facility taking images for them to use to help get the horses adopted and to raise funds. This was a horse that had some scarring on its face so I focused in on the eye. This was more of an inspirational shot than a utilitarian shot. – Lynn Wiezycki
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June 5, 2014

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denzilern68

Reblogged this on Denzil Ernstzen Photography and commented:
I have acquired a new love of horses. Love this image.

Lynn Wiezycki

Thank you for featuring my photo. I just found out about it!

Ian Ford

The softness in this picture really emphasizes the eye, giving me a feeling of sadness. A powerful image for the campaign in question. Good work

Lynn Wiezycki

Thank you.

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