“To see in color is a delight for the eye but to see in black and white is a delight for the soul” – Andri Cauldwell
Sometimes…the quote says it all. A delight for the soul. On this day, actually way back in November of 2012, I had just come out of the back country of Theodore Roosevelt National Park and was buzzing from just having encountered a blue eyed stallion that I later found out was named Blaze.
Driving out of the park on the north loop road, there were three stallions just past the Jones Creek parking lot. I was awestruck by their tenacity, colors, strengths, squeals, and overall persona of wild.
Here you have a gentle face off between that wildly, colored black and white, overo bachelor stallion, Circus, and that band stallion, the small and mighty gray – Satellite! Running his tiny harem away was the young black stallion, Coal, who Circus proceeded to track down with his nose to the ground after Satellite hurried back to his colorful harem.
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