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While capturing that precious moment of connection between a mare and her foal at birth, photographer Lisa Miller discovered something sacred and special. After many late nights of shooting, usually while kneeling in the hay in cold, darkened stalls, Miller continues her powerful photo chronicle known as THE FOAL PROJECT with her first book THE FOAL PROJECT: The Babies of Waldorf Farm. The first in a planned series, this 48-page book chronicling the foalings at Waldorf Farm in North Chatham, NY, has two sections of color photos, many seen here for the first time. The first section of the book is Newborn Foals. The second section, Bonding, includes several photos that will be part of the new Foal Project Traveling Gallery Show as well as some of the initial Foal Project mare and foal bonding images all photographed by Miller with Canon 5D Mark II and III cameras. The Foal Project began as a traveling gallery show of images to raise awareness and funding for equine assisted therapies. Each image captures the moment of connection between a mare and her foal at birth. Miller feels it is the same type of connection that occurs between a human and a therapy horse. Waldorf Farm's Dr. Jerry Bilinski, DVM, opened the doors of the farm to Miller, who credits him with making this truly remarkable photographic journey possible. Additionally, she thanks PATH Intl. and all the equine-assisted therapy centers that have supported her documentation of the human/horse connection. As Miller explains, "it is an honor to witness firsthand how these beautiful creatures are transforming the lives of so many men, women, and children. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to The Foal Project Donor Advised Fund established at Adirondack Trust Company Community Foundation in Saratoga Springs. From there the funds will be used to fill grant requests made by qualified 501c3 Equine Assisted Therapy Centers.
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