John Steele, February 2014: Utah’s Wild Horses

JOHN STEELE PRESENTS “UTAH’S WILD HORSES”

February 21st, 6:00-9:00pm at the UAEC (824 South 400 West, Ste. B113).

The ancestors of the present day western wild horse have served this Nation on numerous occasions in military actions. They are decedents of Veterans and deserve our respect and reverence. They are a National Treasure.

“The greatness of a nation and it’s moral progress can be judged by the way it’s animals are treated.”

–Ghandi

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John Steele Photography is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. John specializes in photographing Utah’s wild horses and migratory birds as well as Utah’s magnificent landscape and panoramas.  He is personally dedicated to preserving Utah’s wildlife and wilderness. Passionately pursuing the perfect image for 15 years, John Steele has explored Southeast Asia, Australia and North America: photographing people, wildlife and the areas they inhabit. “What I have discovered in my travels, “ he says, “ is that there are no internal differences among any of us. We all want Peace. This is our connection.” Communicating the universality of human and mankind’s integral connection to the planet, John’s work inspires active respect for nature and for the innumerable varieties of life and cultures on this planet.

“My hope is that my photography inspires an appreciation of my subjects and their splendor, that you see them as a extension of yourself. Maybe a place you would like to share with family and friends. When I look through the viewfinder, I am looking for everyone. I hope that images influence you to become a better Steward and an advocate for the health and well being of all Earth’s splendors.”

John Steele
http://www.johnsteelephotography.com/

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