Blacksmith With Horseshoe - Traditional Craft

Matthias Hauser

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Blacksmith With Horseshoe - Traditional Craft Photograph

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01/11/2013

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Sligo, Sl - Ireland

wow

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you Tony!

Westford, MA - United States

Fantastic work! v/f

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Barbara!

Waldenbuch, BW - Germany

Many thanks to Gunter Nezhoda for featuring the B/W picture of the horseshoe and the fume in his Q Collection, an elite collection of hand-picked photographs!

Waldenbuch, BW - Germany

Many thanks to Sandra Pena de Ortiz for featuring the black and white photo of the blacksmith and the horseshoe in her group Memories and Nostalgia!

Burnaby, BC - Canada

voted! Beautiful clarity!

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Lisa!

Rehoboth, MA - United States

Exceptional capture!

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Robin-lee! It was great fun to capture the blacksmith doing his work.

Waldenbuch, BW - Germany

Many thanks to Tina Wenger for featuring the black and white photo of the working blacksmith with the horseshoe in her group Artists Best Five Artwork!

Bentonville, AR - United States

Congratulations--interesting shot--voted!

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you Nava Jo! It was very interesting to watch the blacksmith shoeing the horse...

Chandler, AZ - United States

Matthias, this is magnificent in black and white! Congrats on your sale.

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Marilyn! The original photo is color but BW seems to be appropriate for these picture of the traditional craft...

Iola, WI - United States

The Village "smithy" hard at work. I remember the days when we used to raise horses, and my father would do this procedure, and I always wondered why it didn't hurt the horse, but the smell is quite exhausting! Still a skill not seen a whole lot any more, such as shoemakers or coopers, which have been pretty much replaced by machines. So, Mattthias, I thank you for taking us back to the time, when people used their hands and minds and knowledge to do a job as finite as this smithy's duties! Fine exhibition! fave and vote

Matthias Hauser replied:

Randy, I really appreciate your amazing comments, thank you so much for your continous support and your fantastic work in your great group Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery!

Hemet, CA - United States

Congratulations on the sale of this work. An intersting photo. Well deserved.

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Glenn! This blacksmith knows his job... ;-)

Loveland, CO - United States

Very interesting! Congratulations on your sale!

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Jon! It was amazing to watch and capture the shoeing of the horse.

Fort Worth, TX - United States

i wish I could vote for this in the B&W contest! it is awesome! voted here

Matthias Hauser replied:

Thank you very much Joan!

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