Description This baby miniature horse hails from Santa Ynez Valley, the horse breeder's Kentucky of the west and some of the finest thoroughbred horses (miniatures too) come from this area. Quicksilver Ranch was an inspiration for me to capture the adorable and awkward poses that these silly little newborn minis get themselves into. Great shots, especially as a series , for the walls of a child's room or a local business in the Santa Ynez Valley.
Kimberly C. Park, Santa Barbara County Member Since August 2010 Artist Statement Trained in fine art photography, visual aesthetics, and photojournalistic photography. Worked as a professional photographic assistant, media photographer, and photo editor for the Sacramento Hornet Newspaper while studying for a degree in photography. Achieved a Bachelor of Arts in Photography from the Dept. of Design, California State University of Sacramento. Exhibited work in several galleries, interned at Surfing Magazine, and freelanced for Paddler Magazine and 944 Magazine. Moved on to extreme digital stills working as a contract photographer for the US Army. Learned high speed photography, digital video capture & processing, photographing while hanging out of helicopters and working in severe weather conditions. Fine tuned several photographic techniques, especially landscape and macro photography, while living on the Island of Kauai for the last year. Currently focusing on commercial photography for wineries, vineyards, and creating fine art photography books.