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The horses of Cumberland Island

荒野勝景

坎伯蘭島上的野馬

IF LONG WALKS

through nature are your thing, you’ll love Cumberland Island, just off the coast of the US state of Georgia. You’ve got 28 kilometres of Atlantic-facing, white sand shoreline, ancient oak forests and abandoned historical sites to explore. And you’re more likely to bump into a wild horse than a person – they outnumber people four to one. Originally brought to the island by the Spanish in the 16th century, they’ve since been left to roam free (and reproduce: there are now more than 150). If you can’t visit them, pick up a copy of photographer Anouk Krantz’s book Wild Horses of Cumberland Island, published this month. imagespublishing.com 如果你喜歡到戶外的自然環境作漫長的散步,一定會喜歡美國喬治亞州海岸對開的坎伯蘭。島 島上有長28公里、佈滿白色細沙的海岸線,前臨大西洋。此外還有古老的橡樹林與荒廢的歷史古蹟供你探索。在島上你有很大機會遇見馬而不是人類,這裡野馬與人的比例是四比一。這些馬匹的祖先最初於世16 紀由西班牙人帶到島上,從此自由自在地在島上馳騁和開枝散葉,至今已有逾150匹。如果你未能親自前探往 望這些野馬,不妨翻閱攝影師Anouk Krantz本月出版的攝影集《Wild Horses of Cumberland Island》,欣賞牠們的英姿。imagespublishing.com

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