“This belongs to everyone.
So enjoy the view.” ~Anthony T. Hincks
I present to you a view of two wild, bachelor stallions having a comeuppance of sorts…or just sorting out who will be the next leader of a band…or just boys being boys. However you want to look at it, they are definitely two bachelor stallions having a great time testing their wile and strength against one another and they definitely belong to ‘everyone’!
They live in that awesome landscape named after Theodore Roosevelt, a wise man who could foresee how precious our natural landscape was and how quickly it was disappearing. That amazing landscape owned by ‘the people’ of this country, Theodore Roosevelt National Park near Medora, ND.
As the land available to anything wild continues to shrink rapidly all over the world, managing any type of wildlife becomes more and more difficult for us humans, as we compete with the very wildlife we love for what all life needs to survive; land and water. Lack of forage and no water is a significant hurdle for some areas our wild horses live in, but fortunately for these two wild stallions they have the immense pleasure to live in an area that is well managed to all species and to most types of weather years.
This one of a kind 24×16 limited edition print is professionally framed to protect your investment for the next generations. Printed by a master printer this fine art piece is framed with a black wood frame, white archival mat, and archival UV acrylic. Includes an added professional look to give the artwork more depth when viewing. Signed, titled, and numbered by the artist with a graphite pencil and includes a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).