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NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D700
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1/1000 second
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F/4.5
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200 mm
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400
Date Taken
Sep 30, 2011, 4:15:37 PM
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Purebred arabian gelding. The white mottling is due to vitiligo, and the white hair is due to heavy rabicano.


Full Copyright to Pauline H. This photo must not be used without my personal permission. It is NOT a stock photo , and may not be used as one. Do not copy or redistribute, and you may not use it on any sim/rpg sites.

My photos are Not to be used at stallet.se, minstall.no, minstald.dk and other virtual stables.
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:icontwobitstock:
I love this horse! Would you happen to have any full body shots of him or her?
Thank you so much Colourize, All of your stock is wonderful!:D
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:iconcolourize:
I think I have some laying around. I'll see if I have any good ones!
Just note that the photos on this account aren't stock photos;)
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Printed-Shadows Nov 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so pretty
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:iconcolourize:
Thank you!^^
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Printed-Shadows Nov 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
welcome :)
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:iconamandadrage:
I had no idea horses could have vitiligo! This is a great portrait :)
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:iconcolourize:
Depigmentation is quite common in classic grey horses, but it's quite rare in horses that don't carry the grey gene. He's sure a quite unusual boy!
Thank you!:)
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littlewrangler Oct 15, 2011   Photographer
Wow, he's gorgeous! Never seen markings like that before. :heart:
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:iconcolourize:
Thanks!:)

It's kinda unusual to find depigmentation in non-grey horses, so I haden't seen one live until I met him either:)
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