What makes this calendar special ...
You can not only enjoy the great motifs of this calendar, but also take a look behind the scenes: Gabriele tells you exciting stories about the stud farms and horses on each back of the monthly sheets and gives you very personal insights into her life as a horse photographer.
Especially for this calendar, Gabriele Boiselle has returned to her roots as a horse photographer and visited famous stud farms and breeders in Egypt and Australia, with whom she shares the passion for Arabian horses.
Gabriele Boiselle published her first calendar on Arabian horses over 30 years ago. It became a real classic and has become a popular collector's item up to today. Arabian horses always play an important role in the life of Gabriele because she has lost her heart to them.
Let yourself be surprised and discover the fascinating world of Arabian horses in this unique calendar!
Calendar texts are in german and english.
Item number: 111
Format: 62 x 58 cm
PRICE: € 32.50
Special: A large photo poster with an overview for 2021 on the back page is attached to each calendar - especially for you to hang on your wall.
Format: 51 x 98 cm
Insights into the calendar
She is an admirable and very unusual woman. She has an incredibly big heart, a wonderful laugh, and her sincerity and honesty are truly moving. And she sets so much in motion: Princess Alia Al Hussein of Jordan takes care of so many social issues, of women and children, of donkeys and horses, and the wild animals in the destroyed zoos in Jordan, Palestine and Syria. She is the oldest sister of the King of Jordan and also a person in whom he places great trust. Many years ago, Princess Alia was in fact the reason why I actually started photographing horses. We developed a friendship that I cannot value enough. But that is a very long story of its own. Several years after that first photoshoot, Princess Alia made a long-felt dream come true for me, something so incredibly complex and great that I must tell you about it: She gave me a truck, 6 of her Arab mares, 2 stallions and 8 men from her stud, plus a security officer, a driver and another officer - for a very special journey through Jordan.
All my dreams as a photographer came true during this journey. I was allowed to photograph her horses running free in the Wadi Rum desert - very dramatically with an upcoming sandstorm. We even had the sensational permission to photograph the horses in the ancient rock city of Petra. In order to do this, a whole unit of intelligence personnel had been busy acquiring special permits from the police and various ministries, so that we could let Princess Alia’s horses run free and keep out the tourists during this period. This unique photograph was taken in front of the Khazne al-Firaun mausoleum, a place where hundreds of tourists normally congregate.
This was probably one of the most exhausting weeks of my life - I often woke up during the night and wondered whether everything would turn out well. It was not until after all horses had returned safely to the Royal Stables in Aman that I was able to take a deep breath again and fall into a long, dreamless sleep. These pictures are constant evidence of this fairy tale come true - thanks to Princess Alia.
On the road with Gabriele Boiselle.
Photobook about Arabian Horses
The Arabian Horse
Anyone who has known the "Fascination" calendar for many years will rediscover many a motif in this large-format illustrated book, but there are also many new, unique pictures to see. Let yourself be taken on a fascinating journey around the world, always in the footsteps of the Arabian horses. Whether Australia, or America, Poland or Argentina, Germany or Spain, as well as Egypt and Jordan. Everywhere, the horse photographer Gabriele Boiselle was able to capture fascinating photos of special horse personalities. This book is a tribute to the Arabian horse. It wants to be presented on a table and flipped through again and again, it wants to inspire and to enchant you...
Item number: 529
Format: 27 x 34 cm
Price: € 49.90