Horse Photo Face Masks, Horse photographer Jody L. Miller

Horse Photo Face Masks

In keeping with the theme of useful items with a horse photo, I am now offering horse photo face masks.
I thought it was an interesting idea to be able to offer these as I have many photos that translate from compassion to fun. I love the idea of being able to offer the funny faces of animals on the masks for children to wear so they can see a facial expression or something familiar as the go about their day. My idea is that it helps children feel like they have their own ability to choose what they are wearing as a face mask, helping them take charge of how they want to come across to others they encounter during the day. I like the idea that children might find some relief of their anxiety as they see a sea of face masks as they go to the grocery store, or the park, or as they look out the window at people moving along the street.

horse photo face mask- jody l. miller

I also thought it was fun to think about how people might appreciate putting on a mask that helps them express what they are currently going through even as it changes for them. It was a great mood indicator – like the old mood rings, if you will. Ha ha ha. It was just really evident to me that this was yet another way to choose how you are going to approach this with an item that you might need to incorporate into your life as you see fit. I am all about choosing things that work for you that you can stay excited about.

Horse Photo Face Masks

Why not wear a horse face mask while you groom your horse, or muck stalls, or go outside during allergy season, or work in a dusty environment or anything else that you can think of that you might need to wear a face mask for. Each face mask has the photo that you choose displayed on the front of it. You can make each one to go with a favorite color that you want to wear that day, to match your horse outfit that you wear during a show, to make a statement while you trail ride with your friends, to promote that you belong in a group or a club, to say that you are part of a family, to match your t-shirt, to share a fun side as you clean up around the barn, well – get the idea – there are lots of photos to choose from so that you have plenty of photos to work with throughout the week before washing them again.

Horse Photo Face Mask, Jody L. Miller

Various horse breeds depicted on horse photo face masks

I have horse face masks with Friesian horses, Arabian horses, Quarter horse, Wild horses, miniature horses, white horses, black horses, brown horses, flea-bitten horses, bay horses, even donkeys – there are lots of horse face masks to choose from with lots of ways to decide how you want to wear them on any given day you have to wear one. I created them so that you could do just that – choose for yourself. I hope you find many ways to have some fun with bringing these horse face masks into your day. While most people cannot see the actual smile on your face you could choose a horse face mask with a funny horse face that is smiling to show that you might be smiling under your mask too. You could choose just the horse nostrils photo for your horse face mask so that people smile at you when they see you. I certainly hope you have some fun as you choose each horse face mask to fit the situation you are thinking of wearing it in, we had fun creating each of these horse face masks as well. Enjoy and thank you for ordering them and telling your friends where you got them.


Due to the nature of this product no returns can be accepted. Also, due to the high demand of this product please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.

Horse Photo Face Masks, Horse photographer Jody L. Miller

Jody Miller is a professional photographer specializing in Horse Photography, Equine Photography, and Equestrian photography.  Her work can be viewed online here in her gallery section, and she is also featured at these Arizona Galleries:    Van Gogh’s Ear Gallery on Whiskey Row in Prescott, AZ and Coops Coffee House at Talking Rock Ranch. Several images are also available at the current exhibit, Click: Expose The West showing at The Phippen Western Art Museum

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