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Wild Horses of Cumberland Island
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Born and raised in France, Anouk Masson Krantz moved to the United States in the late 1990s. She studied photography at the International Center of Photography and has developed several notable bodies of work, including the wild horses of Cumberland Island. Krantz's work has appeared in prominent galleries and earned accolades from the International Photography Awards and International Monochrome Awards.Oliver "Mitty" Ferguson is a descendent of Thomas Carnegie, whose family came to Cumberland Island in the late 1880s, and owner of the island's only accommodations, the world-renowned Greyfield Inn

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The defining characteristic of most horses in the world is their confinement, with limitations and restraints constantly forced upon them. See these wild horses firsthand, living unbridled and free in nature.--Luxury Travel Magazine
These awe-inspiring images reflect not only the horses' beauty and that of the island, but of the history and safekeeping that have allowed both to flourish.--Vacations & Travel Magazine
Combining Krantz's evocative photography with a compelling narrative, this beautiful volume brings to life a landscape of white sand beaches, oak forests, dunes and salt marsh tideal estuaries.--Town & Country UK
If long walks through nature are your thing, you'll love Cumberland Island, just off the coast of the US state of Georgia.--Discovery
Photographer Anouk Masson Krantz has long been entranced by these horses, and she has made dozens of visits to the island over the years, photographing the majestic animals against the backdrop of Cumberland's dramatic natural scenery.--Parade
The horses eat, play and explore together away from any human interference. These majestic beasts are the star attraction for visitors to Georgia's peaceful Cumberland Island.--Daily Mail
The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island, a book full of poetry that captures the shots of the 150 wild horses living in one of the most beautiful islands in the United States.--Vanity Fair Italia
Her photos of these beautiful animals on an island in the East Coast of the United States so far unknown to us are immensely gracious.--Equestrian Passion
Embracing the island's raw elements in all of its seasons, Krantz has created a body of work that delivers to the viewer the profound and varied emotions that the island so profoundly inspires.--Land Magazine
The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island captures the breathtaking scenery and wildlife of Cumberland Island.--Harper's Bazaar Romania
Cumberland Island is an idyllic hideaway for American royalty - and majestic stallions. The beasts are also the subject of a stunning photography book, Wild Horses of Cumberland Island, by Anouk Krantz.--Town & Country US
Photographer Anouk Krantz falls in love with this pristine place and its equine residents.--Mother Nature Network
But despite the hardships she faced while chasing the perfect shot (including a wild boar chase and a near-death experience), Krantz insists that experiencing the magic, mystery, and purity of Cumberland Island firsthand--and then sharing it with the world--made it all worthwhile.--Town & Country Magazine
Cumberland Island is an escape for a select few influential and wealthiest families seeking the ultimate in decadent natural beauty and utmost privacy.--South Magazine
For 10 years, photographing the horses has been the project of Connecticut based photographer Anouk Masson Krantz, who made frequent trips to the island to capture images of the wild animals in their environment.--Atlanta Journal Constitution
It is the combination of the island's extraordinary beauty, rich history and the enduring legacy of these majestic horses that creates the ultimate escape that exudes a simple sophistication.--Outlook Traveler
For the past 10 years, Darien photographer Anouk Masson Krantz repeatedly visited the island, which is under the auspices of the National Park Service, to capture images of its foliage and the horses.--Connecticut Post
With stunning photography, a new book gives an up close look at some of Georgia's most majestic residents.--Garden & Gun
Cumberland Island is one of the few places where one can see feral horses roaming free.--Jacksonville
Distinguished photographer Anouk Masson Krantz displays the depth of one of Georig'a most astonishing ecosystems in her latest photo book.--The Atlantan

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