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Best of May 2012

Hello Fellow Gallopers,

Thought I’d share with you all a snapshot of my work that has been released during the month of May.

Field of Gold – Captured this image in a Rapeseed Field, Scotland.

Oriental Garden Lizard – Spotted this guy basking in the warm tropical sun during my recent visit to the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Karnataka, India.

Red Damselfly, Scotland.

Gathering Food… The White-throated Dipper also known as the European Dipper, Scotland.

Caught… The Master of Stealth and Precision – Grey Heron, Scotland.

Daisy, Scotland.

Meerkat – Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland.

Mother and Child – Female Mallard with one of her ducklings, Scotland.

A baby White-faced Saki monkey peeking out at the world outside as it rides on its mother’s back. Captured this image at the Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland.

Supermoon 2012 – Scotland.

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Till next time, take care and gallop free.

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Wildlife – A Snapshot (An Update)

Hello Fellow Gallopers,

Back in January, we released the Soft Cover Edition of our Coffee Table Photobook: Wildlife – A Snapshot.

Just wanted to bring you a very exciting update pertaining to the same.

Our 40 page Coffee Table Photobook can now be yours for a mere £2.99 (£3.58 after tax). To secure your very own copy of the book at this incredibly low price, just click the link below and after having previewed the book, click ‘Buy’ and select the ‘ebook download for Apple iBooks’ option. Download it onto your iPhone / iPad and it’s yours to enjoy for as long as you want.

 Wildlife – A Snapshot

And you don’t have to live in the UK to purchase this book. No matter where you are in the world, just click the link and download. So get clicking and please do spread the word…

Wildlife – A Snapshot

Till next time, take care and gallop free.

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Second International Conference on Compassionate Care

Hello Fellow Gallopers,

I’ve had the pleasure and privilege of photographing quite a few events lately and one of them has been the Second International Conference on Compassionate Care.

The two-day conference held in June 2011 focused on leadership and development of compassionate care practice, education and research. It was organised jointly by NHS Lothian and Edinburgh Napier University.

Kindly click the link below to see a snapshot of the images taken over the two days:

Conference Image Gallery

If you or anyone you know is organizing an event in the Edinburgh / Scotland area and would like it to be photographed, feel free to email me at blackstallionphotography@igallopfree.com.

Till next time, take care and gallop free.

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Wildlife – A Snapshot (Soft Cover Edition)

Hello Fellow Gallopers,

Just thought I’d post a short note to let you all know that the Soft Cover Edition of our very first Photo Book, Wildlife – A Snapshot, is OUT NOW!!!

The book can be previewed below and can be purchased here.

Please do help us spread the word by sharing this post with all who may be interested. Thank You.

Take care and gallop free.

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Wildlife – A Snapshot

Hello Fellow Gallopers,

Black Stallion Photography’s very first Coffee Table Photo Book ‘Wildlife – A Snapshot’ is finally here and  goes on sale from today.

This 40 page large landscape book showcases some of the work I have done in the area of Wildlife photography. The images have been laid out in four distinct categories – birds, mammals, snakes and insects and butterflies.

You can preview the book below and if you like what you see, please do consider purchasing a copy and better still tell your friends about it as well.

Wishing each and every one of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous 2011. See you all in the New Year.

Till then, take care and gallop free.

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