“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” ~ J.K. Rowling

A couple of weeks ago, I posted how I was going to start sending out a newsletter/blog again on my social media. I don’t have any good excuse for why I haven’t been sending one out the last couple of months other than I have been swamped. My aspiring photography career has to battle it out with my farrier business for the time. And at the end of the day, there is only so much! 

My goal with it is to provide you with content that will give you an out for a brief time during your day when you’re looking through emails. I have emails I get throughout the week that I am excited to read when I see them. It’s a nice respite from the daily grind. It will be a lot like my posts on social media, Images, stories, updates on what I’ve been up to. I’m sure it will evolve over time. So we’ll see where it goes.

I’m not real good with the names of the Onaqui’s. But I know the horses pretty well. The buckskin in the Image was trying to be what I like to call the Lieutenant stallion to the black horse’s band. Most wild horse bands have more than one stallion in them, but there is always a dominant stallion who is in charge and gets the right to breed the mares. 

The buckskin was helping fight off an attempt from another stallion to steal mares from the black horse’s band. Then he would come back to the band and get in a fight with the black horse. I’m not exactly certain of the dynamics of what was going on between all of them. But since then the buckskin has not been with that herd. In fact, he had gone missing for a period of time. Now when I see him he tends to be off by himself and not with the big herd.

2 thoughts on “Friends??

  1. You shared a key as to why your photos are special – you know your subjects in one way or another and bring them to life. Your portraits of humans are just as vibrant. Ian looking forward to more blogs!


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