Into the sun

16 10 2010

Hook and his merry band of youngsters made a welcome appearance; I had been thinking about them on the way to the basin. Haven’t seen much of them this summer.

This was taken almost directly into the rising sun. Loved how he was backlit by that gorgeous light.


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16 10 2010
sandra longley

one of the lucky few still on the land..are his days numbered as well?

16 10 2010
TJ

The days of all of us are numbered. There are enough blogs highlighting the doom (which needs to be exposed); this blog is to highlight the beauty of our wild horses, specifically those in one particular herd. Our group is working to ensure the long-term well-being of our Spring Creek Basin mustangs, don’t doubt that.

17 10 2010
Pat Amthor

I enjoy each day of life and see many who do not choose to see the beauty. I am blessed to be able to keep in touch with the horses I get to see at least once a year through your blog. Thanks for going to the Area and sharing.

18 10 2010
TJ

It makes a difference in how you see the world, and I think some people are blessed with a “glass half full” attitude and some may have to work a little harder at it, but it’s always worth it!

19 10 2010
Rochlia [Tracy]

Hook has such a loving face and the lighting is beautiful! It seems that the word I use most on this site is beautiful :]

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