Taking it all in stride

29 04 2017

Sundance

Sundance leaps a brush pile while following his band around another band at a pond.

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12 responses

29 04 2017
Marytherese

Thank you TJ for sharing, great shot. Sundance looks awesomely healthy!!

29 04 2017
TJ

Yes, and they all look fabulous!

29 04 2017
Kathryn Wilder

Sundance, or Dancing Sun, as Lacey called him–now you can see why :-).

29 04 2017
TJ

🙂

29 04 2017
Karen Schmiede

What a great picture!

29 04 2017
TJ

It was a great few moments of action at the water hole!

29 04 2017
Sue Story

“Dancing Sun” – I like that! And he truly is. This stallion has “model good looks” in whatever pose you catch him, but it’s especially so when you catch him on the run. Just beautiful.

29 04 2017
TJ

He’s pretty photogenic!

29 04 2017
Lynn and Kathy

Really well done!! This is one of your best! Of course, SunnyD makes a great-looking subject anytime! 🙂

29 04 2017
TJ

He definitely is. 🙂

29 04 2017
Laurie Ford

Your images are beautiful. Last year I had a thematic photo/essay exhibition at the local university on the plight of our wild horses in an effort to raise awareness .It was very well received, so I am collecting new material to have another exhibit in the fall. I would like to visit Spring Creek in June – any tips? Also, I commend you for your involvement with these horses for so many years – I recently came across an article from High Country News, 2012, in which you were featured. Laurie

29 04 2017
TJ

Thanks, Laurie, and great job with your exhibition about the issues surrounding wild horses and burros! It gets pretty hot here, and Spring Creek Basin is known for very annoying little gnats in May and June. But if you’re adapted to heat and don’t mind bugs, any time is a good time to visit the basin and our mustangs. 🙂 We have made great strides since that HCN article, and during that time, we, like others, have proved the efficacy of PZP!

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