The photo shows Maggie and Pringle.
My mustang Maggie enjoys some spring grass. I’m resting on the grass and she is grazing nearby in the yard outside her corral. Though she once was wild and has many wild ways, she has come to appreciate me. My husband says it is interesting having a gentle wild animal living among us.
Pringle was a stray who made his home with us. He always likes to help me when I take photos and is quite good at putting nose prints on my lenses.
Big or Small?
Short or Tall?
Taken for an “Opposites” Competition.
I think I like this one cropped in tighter.
Check out this Herd Watch Link for information on current round ups and abuse by contractors reported by journalist Laura Leigh.
For more information on wild horses, see The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign and find out what you can do to preserve this part of the U.S. national heritage.
*A mustang in a BLM facility:
The Eyes Are the Windows to a Wild Horse’s Soul