Near and far

19 09 2021

In Sand Wash Basin, the mustangs are documented just as they are in Spring Creek Basin. They’re named. They’re loved.

Aiyanna means “blossoming” or “eternal flower.”

Known. Loved.

The flowering plant in the images above is called four o’clock, and it grows naturally all over Spring Creek Basin – more in some places than in some other places (!). There are practically BUSHES of it along the north hills in the area of the new water catchment. This one and many more are in the western part of the basin where Flash and his girls are currently hanging out.

It was harder than anticipated trying to get the girls and the flowers in the same frame. 🙂


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10 responses

19 09 2021
Trish

Amazing photo ! The fact that you and your ankle have been able to find the girls is amazing in and of itself ! Love knowing how they are adapting. Thank you TJ

19 09 2021
TJ

Did I mention how polite these girls are? 🙂 They’ve been fairly close to roads, making things much easier on me in my time of infirmity!

19 09 2021
Pst

You did it! You got the picture of the flowers and the horses together. So great!

19 09 2021
TJ

I was determined! 🙂

19 09 2021
Karen Ann Schmiede

Love seeing the new girls!

19 09 2021
TJ

So do I. 😉

19 09 2021
Sue E. Story

The pretty new girls and those always pretty four o’clocks were made for each other!

19 09 2021
TJ

I agree!

19 09 2021
Martha Kennedy

Beautiful photos! I love Aiyanna’s name and she’s stunning (the others are, too)

19 09 2021
TJ

I agree on all fronts. 🙂

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