His domain

14 09 2021

Maiku watches another band approach in the greasewood flats between his ridge and Spring Creek.

The sight of the lush galleta grass waving at his knees makes ME weak in the knees!

The Spring Creek arroyo gathers rainwater running from all the little arroyos in Spring Creek Basin and sends it all flowing out of the basin through the spectacular canyon between the rimrock ledges in the basin’s western edge. … The very edge of our beautiful world, as far as the mustangs are concerned!



9 responses

14 09 2021

What a beautiful day!

14 09 2021

One of many. 🙂

14 09 2021
Karen Ann Schmiede

What a beautiful part of the country!

14 09 2021

Exceptionally true. 🙂 We don’t deny it, and we are so grateful for it!

14 09 2021
Sue E. Story

That is a beautiful, beautiful scene, TJ! Gorgeous mustang. Gorgeous landscape. We are SO thankful for the rain that made it all possible!

14 09 2021

The rain, the rain! So grateful. 🙂

14 09 2021
Marytherese Ambacher

Thanks for all your sharing TJ! You, the Mustangs and nature are a gift to us all!

14 09 2021

Thanks, Marytherese. 🙂 For all they have given and continue to give to me, sharing is the most wonderful thing, the very best thing, I can do to show my gratitude, appreciation and love.

19 09 2021

It is so nice to see all the green in the pictures – out here, the conservation folks say “Just because it’s green, doesn’t mean it’s grass’ – but there must be some deep, long ago hardwired DNA portion of us that thrills to the green – more so, when the shades of beige to brown have seemed to hold court for so long!! 🙂

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