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Amy Tryon

Here’s one of my shots of Amy Tryon, circa 2003, at the Foxhall CCI*** in Atlanta.

From her website:  “Her family asks that remembrances be made to your local humane society, and that each of us remembers anything is possible if we try.”

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Foto Friday: A Short Tribute to Amy Tryon

Foto Friday: A Short Tribute to Amy Tryon.

Katherine did it better than I would have.

I also interviewed Amy on several occasions for articles, and she was always thoughtful and gracious.  Between the firefighting and galloping around four-star cross-country courses (and riding for the US eventing team on several occasions, at the Pan Ams, World Equestrian Games, and Olympics), she lived on the edge, and yet she slipped the surly bonds of earth yesterday while taking a nap.  She was 42.

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