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Grazing - Horse Eating Grass in Front of Barn

Grazing - Horse Eating Grass in Front of Barn


Grazing - Horse Eating Grass in Front of Barn
Image Number: 290-014
Media Used: digital
Formats Available: digital
Title: Grazing - Horse Eating Grass in Front of Barn
Customization: Available
Image Description:  Horse grazes in pasture in spring time

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Welcome to K4 Studios and the image of digital fine artist Wayne Heim. Wayne's digital visions of nature uniquely capture the power, elegance and energy of the enviornment. k4 studios is currently featuring Mr. Heim's "Images of the West" collection. Visit our portfolio of zoomable images to experience the warmth, detail and energy of this work. And when your done, stop by our catelog page to see a full list of products, prints and signed artist proofs available for purchase.

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