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      Beautiful photo

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      All things Mexico.Escaramuza Riders Women with honor, courage, strength, tradition and family in one Mexican Sport. The conjunction of rider and horse as one unit combine to become a complete team.Beauty and color, fast movement, risk and spectacular emotion. These are some of the photos of these extraordinary Mexican women in action that impress me. I chose black and white to amplify the essence of their soul. (Escaramuza Riders by Emilio Garcia Salazar)

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      Escaramuzas de Mexico

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