“Spring” Show Shots | Photography

In what can easily be called blind excitement for the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event later this month, I splurged on a new camera lens a few weeks ago. It is a much desired, much needed upgrade from the lens I was currently using, and I was itching to use it. Because I couldn’t wait any longer, my roommate and I drove to a local show to test some shots. Sadly, the “spring” temperatures from the week didn’t last through Saturday and the chilly weather made for some spicy ponies!

While I am hesitant to call myself a photographer, I created an Instagram account for TMC Photography (which is what I am calling this photo-taking thing I am currently exploring) as another outlet to share the photos that I am lucky enough to take on my work travels and personal adventures.

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The chilly spring weather made for some spooking.

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This cutie was clearly allergic to wood.
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Why canter when you can float?

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Though hard to tell thanks to the way WordPress compresses images, this lens is already making a huge difference. I can’t wait to get to Kentucky and really use it.


P.S. If any fellow bloggers or readers are going to LRK3DE, let me know! I’d love to meet up.


Published by Terisé

• New England Equestrian Blogger • • Photographer • • Editor •

2 thoughts on ““Spring” Show Shots | Photography

  1. Beautiful! What kind of camera and lens do you use? I’m a Nikon girl myself. I wish I could be at Rolex this year but I will be having FOMO. I’m attending the Longines Masters this weekend in NY and sadly could not be in two places at once. Hopefully next year.


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