A Friesian stallion named Chella in profile. His soft mane blows gently in the wind, contrasting his strong pose. Beautiful horse of the northern Netherlands. Friesians are know for their incredibly long manes and tails, and originally bred in the middle ages as war horses because of their size, strength and grace. Today, these stunning animals are more commonly used in harness and under saddle in the field of dressage.

Due to the high contrast and movement within this photograph, there is some inherent grain to the image. This is an intentional part of Ida's photographic process. It will appear in all sizes of the piece, but will be more apparent when printed at larger sizes.

- Ida Kehoe