TomCofer wrote:I like it.
I know it might not be "real", but I think I'd play with both editing out the background horses and trying to flip them to face inward.
That's an idea I hadn't thought of, Tom.
With your permission, Minniev, here is a combination of Tom and my suggestions for everyone to check out...
As you can see, I flipped the horses (as Tom suggested). I didn't bother cloning them out as I feel a composition of three is stronger than one (even if one is half hidden). I also cropped in the shot knocking some of the sky out and placing the main subject in a more dominant position. I also darkened the upper part of the background as it competed for attention. You can also see I boosted the contrast and saturation a bit. That can be altered to taste. Let us know what you think of these changes.