It was slightly awkward taking these photos. The horses were on the other side of a stone wall, but there was only a small length of it accessible to me (the rest was blocked by a hedge), and the section I could get to was at the top of a small, but slippery earth bank, so it was difficult to keep the camera steady.
Still, these have come out nice and sharp – mostly due to the sun making an appearance and allowing a snappier shutter speed.
Unfortunately, the horse at the rear was enjoying its lunch and didn’t move position, and my vantage point was such that it wasn’t possible to take any pictures that didn’t have its head hidden by the backside of its buddy.
Olympus OM-1, Zuiko 135mm f/3.5 & Ilford HP5+.
Taken on 21 December 2017