Before ye go

17 09 2022

That mustang! That light! That place they call home!

When I first walked out to Corazon’s band, I had visions of getting the whole band in a frame that included McKenna Peak and Temple Butte and some amazing clouds left by a passing storm (that remained southeast of us and didn’t pass over us at all). … In reality, I got butts and faces hidden in grass. 🙂 Which isn’t a terrible thing when there’s grass to be grazed!

It was very accommodating of Corazon to eventually give me a look before our area was draped in the shadow of the western rimrock edge of the basin. … And then they went off to evening water, and it was another day to mark as divine.


Actions

Information

14 responses

17 09 2022
Sue E. Story

You still captured so much of magical Spring Creek Basin in that shot, TJ! Beautiful, iconic landmarks, gorgeous late light, and handsome Corazon displaying the remnants of a satisfying mud dip! Perfect!

17 09 2022
TJ

Thankfully, there’s a lot of magic to capture in the presence of those mustangs, so I keep trying. 🙂

17 09 2022
Karen Schmiede

Love those pintos!

17 09 2022
TJ

There’s lots to love about the spotted ponies, for sure. 🙂

17 09 2022
baileytan

Another WOW!

17 09 2022
TJ

🙂

17 09 2022
lovewildmustangs

Divine indeed!!

>

17 09 2022
TJ

Always amazing. 🙂

18 09 2022
Pat

Unusual for the gold color to show up so bright!

18 09 2022
TJ

The reflection of the late sunset light off the clouds to the southeast bounced around and produced that amazing glow!

18 09 2022
Trish

Love the recent mud bath look! The lighting is divine !

18 09 2022
TJ

*Absolutely* divine!!

18 09 2022
Pat

So great!

18 09 2022
TJ

🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s




%d bloggers like this: