We told you about Kathleen’s adventurous nature in Part 1 of our post about her bridal portrait session. After asking for something more from her bridal portrait experience, mind you, in a VERY expensive wedding gown, we were able to pull together a session with a horse. Kathleen loves horses, and our friend Miriam has a beautiful Palomino. We stopped shooting early at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens and left The Fuller Garden for the day. We met back up the next morning in Mansfield at a public park with plenty of trees and a lake. Although Kathleen hasn’t spent much time on horseback, she seemed totally at ease and we are very excited to share the results. Keep in mind, we generally play it fairly safe with our bridal sessions. We give advise on how to keep the dress clean, how to keep it from getting ripped or stepped on, and we go out of our way to make sure the dresses are ready for the wedding. In this case, Kathleen threw caution to the wind, and we went for it. We hope you enjoy the images. One thing to note is the hand painted version of one of Kathleen’s favorite images. We had her lead the horse away to the next location. We loved the image so much that we took the liberty of making it an impressionist painting. The painting is done digitally and is then printed on Fine Art canvas and anarchically framed. This one will be in Kathleen’s home at 24×36″.