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Wild Mustangs in the Flint Hills of Kansas

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

The Flint Hills in Kansas are the home to thousands of wild mustangs who live out their days on privately owned ranches. Fortunately, there are public roads cutting through the ranch land allowing the opportunity to observe these beautiful horses...if they happen to be in an area viewable from the roadside.

It's been on my photographic to-do list — to take a day trip to see and hopefully photograph these wild mustangs. There was no guarantee the herds would be close enough to photograph. It was high noon when a fellow photographer friend and I arrived in the area...not the best light, really, but I thought any photograph is better than no photograph. I was really going more for the experience of seeing these amazing animals. If a photographic opportunity presented itself, I'd certainly take it.

I believe the universe was on our side because we came upon two herds that were in range of our zoom lenses. Here are some of my favorites.

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