Wild Horses Of Sable Island



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Roberto Dutestco’s photographs of Sable Island Horses:

This narrow 41 km sandbar is located 300 km southeast of Halifx, Nova Scotia. Known for hundreds of years as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic”, it is the site of over 275 shipwrecks, and the home of more than 300 wild horses.

It is a world that exits by its own rules, a place without trees, without shade, and without shelter. It is a place where I have witnessed true peace and unquestionable love among its occupants – the wild horses of Sable Island.

The Wild Horses of Sable Island is currently on view at 13 Crosby Street, NY, NY

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2 Responses to Wild Horses Of Sable Island

  1. brendan June 29, 2009 at 10:04 am #

    just found out about this island a couple weeks ago on strange maps: http://strangemaps.wordpress.com/2009/06/02/387-the-graveyard-of-the-atlantic/

  2. elena August 7, 2010 at 12:15 pm #

    the horses are just amazing.they are beautiful and just…amazing to look at.i hope i will go to sable island one day to get pictures.

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