Expressive photography.....seeing the emotional side of wildlife and anything nature!
I am Florida native, but knew I should have been born in Colorado the moment I moved here! The textures this state has to offer will often bring peace and serenity by discovering the many beauty’s places it has to offer!
For many years I looked at the world through the eye of a lens, finding beauty in all things nature. However life’s twists and turns sent me in a different path ... raising my granddaughter. My beautiful fearless granddaughter who I often tell not to give up on her dreams, ever.
I decided I should take the advice I was giving, as something kept calling me to share my captures with the rest of the world! My eye draws me to the places not many get to see for themselves, as well as taking shots that are original and not of a place that is often seen.
Cindy Jean Imagery
I will only produce high quality work and use other products of that high standard to print and distribute my work through. So ask yourself, do you want to make a statement? Or a really big statement!
Buying art is emotional - when you see it, you’ll feel it, you’ll know it!
*A small proceeds of every horse print sold will go to an advocate group for Sand Wash Basin*
Sand Wash Basin
Have you ever been to a place where you just feel at peace, humbled, and grateful? This is how I feel when I visit the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin! The feeling of freedom reigns here, and as a horse lover already - seeing these horses wild and free is a feeling I can not describe! However; freedom always comes with a cost. A cost these horses can not afford, nor do they understand.
This is why I want to share them with you, even if you can’t see them in person you can feel the power of their freedom while looking at the incredible image you purchased. not only will you get to enjoy this image, frozen in time, for a lifetime, your purchase allows for a portion of the proceeds to go back to advocates of the basin.
My granddaughter and I are on a mission. A mission to give back to these horses in whatever ways we can, even if this means picking up garbage around their land we drive around viewing them.
The goal, keep the wild horses wild, and definitely keep them free!