The photo could have come straight from The Horseman’s Dream: a white colt galloping across a stormy moor.


Looking at the rest of the photographer’s work, it was clear that it wasn’t a one-off. His feed is full of powerful, nuanced wildlife photography. I strongly suggest you go there now and give him a follow.
https://www.instagram.com/thealphador/

That night, I dreamt vividly about the photograph and The Horseman’s Dream. I wandered Dartmoor with the horse just like John Muldoon, searching for a meaning. Next morning, I woke up to a kind message, saying I could use it for the cover if I liked.

Whoa.

Bearing in mind that The Horseman’s Dream is about the significance of dreams and communication through them, I was a bit freaked out. In a good way, of course.

After chewing the Instafat a little with The Alphador, he seems like a top guy as well as a supremely talented photographer, so please give him a follow and check out his stunning work. You won’t be disappointed.

Oh, and feel free to check out my scribblings, fixings and noodlings, while you’re over at Instagram.
https://www.instagram.com/aylareidthis/

If you’d like to find out about the origins of The Horseman’s Dream, click HERE.

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