“There is no death. Only a change of worlds.” ~Chief Seattle
Born wild in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in 2002 Blaze lived as intended until sometime around March 19th, 2017. In his prime as a band stallion he perished fighting with another stallion. He did not see his fatal last step and his spirit forever lies in the badlands that claimed him. He will be eternally missed!
This image was taken shortly after Christmas in 2014 east of the North Ridge, the beginning of the journey to Fly Without Wings and a day my husband will never forget as it involved a hike into the back country from the Fryburg road, his first time in TRNP, and his first time witnessing the wild horses.
Eternally Wild was part of the 2018 Blaze Tribute calendar and graced the month of January. We have decided to continue to offer the print and have it become a permanent part of this collection in honoring and remembering this colorful mustang.
Your image will be printed by a master printer, using a ten color printer with archival inks and produced on a 100% cotton photo rag fine art paper.
This open edition, 16×10, fine art print will be nothing like what you see on your monitor, your print will be richer, filled with more detail, color, and contain impressive pictorial depth. Each print of Blaze will be signed and titled with a graphite pencil and when framed using archival methods will be an investment into the history of a powerful wild mustang to pass down to future generations.