Ordered disorder

7 10 2021

Dundee, Aiyanna and Rowan are still getting used to their new home territory … and their new personal photographer. πŸ™‚ As much as I would like them to all gather prettily in the frame, facing forward with ears alert and a stunning background in the, you know, background, they insist that they are wild girls, and it’s much too much to ask for posing postures!

Ah, OK. Much, MUCH more than I want to see any of that posing, I love to see them doing what they’re doing – eating, drinking, moseying, learning the lay of their new wild land. πŸ™‚


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7 10 2021
Carol

We have an adopted mustang at the barn where I board my mule. His energy is so remarkable!! He’s gorgeous. I made friends with him. Well, he was only recently turned out with the rest of the herd, and he has already claimed one of the mares and has formed his own little band – lol! My mule is in love with him, too : )

8 10 2021
TJ

Wonderful! Who doesn’t love a mustang? Your mule has good taste! πŸ˜‰

8 10 2021
Carol

It’s the first time I’ve been near a true mustang. I am honored. He has a special energy, and he reads my energies SO fluently. Domestic horses do, too, but not to this extent. He responds to a kind voice and a heart connection. He is amazing! Yes – who doesn’t love a mustang?!

11 10 2021
TJ

I hope you get to spend lots of time around him. Mustangs truly are amazing. I just call ’em magic. πŸ˜‰ Of course, I think all horses are brilliant, but mustangs just have something else. It’s hard to define, but it’s definitely a *special energy*! I like your description. πŸ™‚

7 10 2021
Pat

Always a picture of them doing what they need to do to live in the wild and that is perfect!

8 10 2021
TJ

Absolutely perfect. πŸ™‚

7 10 2021
Karen Ann Schmiede

They all did get in line so you could get them all in the picture.

8 10 2021
TJ

They did! πŸ™‚ I’m very much joking about wanting them to line up and pose like show horses … and I admit that I laugh when they seemingly consciously turn their butts to me while grazing!

7 10 2021
Trish

So nice to see them looking so healthy and content ! and all that green to graze !!

8 10 2021
TJ

They have plenty to graze and plenty to drink. It wasn’t that way earlier this year … ! I’m so glad to have them here. πŸ™‚

7 10 2021
Karen Mensen

Just seeing them and knowing they’re safe and flourishing is great! When I see it’s the Sand Wash Girls I’m not looking at the background anyway! Thanks for all you’re doing for them and all the Wild Horses in your area!πŸ΄πŸ’ž

8 10 2021
TJ

Ha! Well, I like to show the background of Spring Creek Basin because it’s so incredible, and I’m really happy to show the abundant forage! I still haven’t seen them drinking at that pond … ! πŸ˜‰

7 10 2021
Sue E. Story

An orderly line of beauties with faces in the grass. Perfect, TJ!

8 10 2021
TJ

Thanks, Sue. πŸ™‚

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