Great Divide Basin, Wyoming, 2013

Drinking from the well of life...Time at the watering hole is just as sacred for me as it is for them. As the bands come in for water, stallions will challenge for first rights, as the challenge goes on sometimes the lead mare takes the band in to drink. This stallion and his bachelor stallion came in to water aftermaking sure they established their right to be first. While watching them drink you could feel the essence of life being sustained, the horses not only drink the water but will eat the surrounding dirt and mud to absorb the rich minerals and nutrients the earth has provided them. Horses are literallywoven into the fabric of the natural world, they are intended to be there, an integral part of our eco-system, an important part of the environment around them. We must nurture our integrity and ethics for them before its too late.


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