Arts & Culture

Wild Horses of Cumberland Island

With stunning photography, a new book gives an up-close look at some of Georgia’s most majestic residents

Through her lens, photographer Anouk Masson Krantz has gotten closer to the equine inhabitants of Cumberland Island, Georgia, than just about anyone. Share her view in the new book, Wild Horses of Cumberland Island, which showcases not only the coastal preserve that was once a getaway for the Carnegie family, but the horses who have roamed among its old-growth maritime forest and tidal estuaries for generations.

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EYES, 2013

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

SUNRAY, 2016

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

SOUTH MARSH, 2013

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

PLACID, 2011

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

SAN FELIPE, 2016

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

SERENE, 2011

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

UNTITLED, 2011

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

RUCKUS, 2017

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

WILLOW, 2016

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ

UNTITLED, 2014

 

photo: ANOUK MASSON KRANTZ