14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Blizzard and horses
In Quebec (Canada), winter can sometimes be very severe. This photograph was captured in mid-February as winter is often at its coldest. During this period which lasted for three consecutive days, a blizard settled on parts of the lower St. Lawrence. For me, it represents the resilience and endurance animal during the difficult months.
Also, for me and because snow absorbs all sounds, the tranquility and the silence of in the winter tempest is represented in this shoot.
© Yvon Jolivet.
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