Icelander Bragi J Ingibergsson, who goes by the name of Brin is an amateur photographer, mostly in the fields of […]
Icelander Bragi J Ingibergsson, who goes by the name of Brin is an amateur photographer, mostly in the fields of landscape and nature. His photos have been published far and wide and won prizes in many contests.
A photographer caught these pictures of a horse that appeared to laugh at him while he was visiting Blaskogabyggd, Iceland.
Brin, 55, said: ‘I love taking pictures of horses, they are very playful. I don’t get them to smile. It is a question of luck and patience to get horses smiling in pictures. It can be very difficult and take a long time in each photo session to get good photos of horses.
‘How interactive they are depends on different circumstances, such as the weather. Many of the horses here live in big mountain areas and have a lot of freedom.
‘I enjoy interacting with the horses and they respond back, but patience is key and it helps when taking photos of their natural interaction.’