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Jeff Nadler specializes in award-winning fine art wildlife and nature photography, with a special talent for exposing nature’s soul through black-&-white and color artistic imagery. With a passion of advocacy for the protection of endangered species, Jeff's photographic mission is to create an emotional connection with his natural world subjects for the viewer and encourage active support of wildlife conservation. A percentage of the purchase price is donated to Big Life Foundation to support their anti-poaching programs in East Africa.
Camarguais - the Wild Horses of France
Camarguais are an ancient breed of horse indigenous to the Camargue region in southern France. It is considered one of the oldest breeds in the world. For possibly thousands of years, these small horses have lived wild in the marshes and wetlands of the Rhône delta. Born with dark brown or black hair, as Camargue horses grow to adulthood, their hair coat becomes ever more intermingled with white hairs until it is completely white (at 4-5 years old). Due to having black skin under their hair coat, Camargue horses have a gray-white appearance. The population of Camarguais is estimated at several thousand.