Bob Langrish's World of Horses: A Master Photographer's Lifelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World

Bob Langrish's World of Horses: A Master Photographer's Lifelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World

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Overview


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Bob Langrish’s World of Horses is the culminating collection of a master photographer who has traveled six continents in search of the most compelling horses in their native habitats.

From the Mongolian steppe to the South African desert, barrier islands to city streets, Langrish has recorded the lives and activities of these majestic and beloved animals. His images capture the grace and soul of horses in all shapes and sizes. Brisk, lively text by Olympic gold medalist Jane Holderness-Roddam accompanies each photo, relating the story of how horse behaviors and traits vary by habitat, as well as the behind-the-scenes details of Langrish’s adventures. Dramatic, poignant, and personal, Langrish’s photos are a testament to the ancient and abiding horse-human relationship.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781635861259
Publisher: Storey Books
Publication date: 10/02/2018
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 589,653
Product dimensions: 9.60(w) x 12.60(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author


Master photographer Bob Langrish has spent his 40-year career tracking down the most exceptional horses in the world. His images have illustrated hundreds of books and graced countless magazine covers. He lives in Bisley, in the heart of the Cotswolds, England, and can be found online at www.boblangrish.com.


Jane Holderness-Roddam is a celebrated equestrian and the author of more than 20 books on the topic. She was the first female British Eventer to compete at the Olympic level, winning Team Gold at the 1968 Mexico City Games. A two-time winner of the Badminton Horse Trials and the winner of numerous awards, including the British Horse Society Queen’s Award for Equestrianism, she has ridden and judged in countries around the world. 
 


George H. Morris is one of the most distinguished American horsemen in equestrian history. Morris is universally considered the “Founding Father” of Hunt-Seat Equitation. He is an accomplished hunter/jumper rider, trainer, judge, chef d’equipe, and highly sought-after clinician.

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Bob Langrish's World of Horses: A Master Photographer's Lifelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
bookwomen37 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed looking at this book. The real stars are the horses. The photographer travels around the world photographing horses and does a wonderful job of capturing their spirit. The text is very light and not as interesting as the photographs. Any fan of Horses and photograph will enjoy this book. This book will make a wonderful gift.
GothykMama More than 1 year ago
A Master Photographer’s Lifelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World by Bob Langrish Storey Publishing Stunning photographs captured all over the world are accompanied by maps and a bit of history behind these magnificent creatures in pastures, on beaches, desert plains, mountains, rivers, and forests. This would make a great coffee-table book or a gift for the horse lover in your life. Thank you to NetGalley for providing an electronic copy in exchange for an honest review. 5/5 stars
Magerber More than 1 year ago
This book was exactly what I expected-a book full of beautiful horse photography. I only had two minor quibbles with the book--the first is that the text that accompanied the photos was rather banal, and sometimes even silly. The second was that the photos all felt as if they were taken from a similar distance away from the animals, and this sameness began to make me less impressed with each individual photo as I saw it. I think if there had been a bit more variety--some extreme closeups juxtaposed with mid-distance and long-distance shots, I might have appreciated each and every beautiful image just a little bit more. But, if you like horses, I think you absolutely will enjoy looking at the pictures in this book. I received an advanced reading copy from the publishers via NetGalley. Thanks!