Tip to getting ‘ears up’

22 08 2014


Bring a badger to the party. 🙂



10 responses

22 08 2014
Prairie girl

What a cutie. Dapples an’ scars and such pretty eyes.

26 08 2014

His dapples have really come into prominence just in the last few years.

22 08 2014


22 08 2014
Kathryn Wilder

Mid-chew–cute Ty!

26 08 2014

He stopped chewing but didn’t stop swishing (his tail)!

22 08 2014
Lynn and Kathy

The symmetry here is wonderful – ears to the neck and even back to the tail! Love the dapples in shadow and those darkly gorgeous eyes! Hard to believe this is really Ty! Wow! 🙂

26 08 2014

Hard believe that when I started documenting him as a young stallion, he was so deeply black, I *documented* him as black. He has changed quite a bit.

22 08 2014
Karen Schmiede

What a great picture!

26 08 2014
George W Doerre

The tip abt the ears reminded me of something. I was photographing
horse portraits but had trouble getting their attentive look. The owner
of the ranch (ranch=5/6 acres) here) took out her cigarette pack and
removed the cellophane. Wrinkled it a bit till it “crackled” Every horse
near us was heads up with that look. My pictures improved greatly
Of course you don’t need it most of the time. Mustangs are always

27 08 2014

Again amazing!
How does the color change so much.?

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