Thursday, August 7, 2014
Well Sand Wash did not disappoint the first day- we took almost 5,000 photos between myself, Abby and Ben. We saw many herds, a lot of foals and the weather was wonderful- we even saw a rainbow at the end of the day. The second day (today) the weather began sunny but soon turned for the worse. The wind was blowing strongly and the thunder and lightning started all around us. Oddly, very little rain fell in the Basin. The roads are mostly soft sandy clay and quickly turn to soup with any appreciable precipitation. We were lucky and stayed near the entrance when we saw the cloud begin to build. Still, we saw a fair number of horses and were able to photograph several herds. We return tomorrow for our final day and hopefully we will see John Wagner and other friends of the Sand Wash Basin mustangs...
We are about to hit one quarter of a million fans and we are soooo thrilled! Thanks so much for being a fan of Equus ferus- Wild Horse Photography!
Meredith, Abigail, Benjamin, Karen, Angie, Cindy, Marianne, Aly, Lauren and The Three Amigos of the Sand Wash Basin!
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
We spent the morning at Spring Creek Basin where we saw Chrome's gorgeous band.
One recent foal and a not-quite yearling (born in October 2013)... We spent the night in Grand Junction and we are off to Sand Wash Basin!! We tried to find mustangs in the Lower Canyon of Little Book Cliffs but there was no one there and the recent storms washed out several of the crossings. Below are some of the fantastical images from our drive from Spring Creek to Grand Junction along Route 141 in Colorado.
Abby & Ben at Little Book Cliffs, Colorado
Monday, August 4, 2014
We had a wonderful time at the McCullough Peaks in Cody, Wyoming. We had three great days of photography and managed a side trip to the Pryors and saw the iconic stallion Cloud and many others. We were given the privilege of submitting photographs to the first annual Cloud Foundation Music & Art Celebration on August 2, 2014.
Karen McLain, Tracy Miller and myself 'hung the show' which involves deciding where and how to display the works of art in the most aesthetically pleasing manner. Abigail, Bruce and Benjamin flew in just for the Celebration since Abby and Ben had their photograph in the show. The show was a smashing success, we had 200-300 guests and Karen sold a painting, as did I. The entire show was Karen McLain's idea and we were treated to the dulcet tones of 'Opus Moon'. They sang many songs including several for the mustangs of Little Book Cliffs, one for Cloud of the Pryors and the river horses at the Salt River in Arizona.Karen McLain Studio
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