What to read: ‘The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island’

A new book captures the majesty of unbridled equestrian life

Photographs by Anouk Masson Krantz

Capturing the extraordinary equestrian life of a unique coastal preserve along Georgia’s Atlantic coastline, The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island documents Anouk Masson Krantz’s 10-year photographic odyssey. 

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. Ruling over it all is a population of wild horses that run free amid the elements in a location that is unlike any other. 

Perfect for equestrian aficionados or for anyone who is drawn to nature at its most awe-inspiring, this is a book to pore over time and again. 

‘The Wild Horses of Cumberland Island’ by Anouk Masson Krantz (£45, The Images Publishing Group) is available now on Amazon.



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