I looked for emotion when photographing the wild horses of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Wild band stallion, Little Sorrel, who has now changed worlds since this image, and his harem mare, Little Gray, did not disappoint in this tender moment! We found them on one of the tallest buttes in the southern part of the park and later called it “Little Sorrel’s Butte” because it wasn’t the only time we hiked up to view his band. Expressing Love was the story of the day on March 24th.
We are donating 10% of any wild horse print sales to Walk By Faith Therapeutic Riding, a legitimate non-profit group who use wild horses in their program giving hope back to the lives of children and veterans.
(The smallest fine art print offered is 10×16 and the largest is 40×60. Please inquire about additional fine art pricing and sizes. Print sizes are not exact, sizes are rounded up or down. Each print is signed and titled with a graphite pencil on a white border to allow your image to be framed. Please email Deb at firstname.lastname@example.org.)