Snow Day at Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

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New Wild Horse Artwork

“Painted Snow Day” by Carol Walker

I took a trip a few weeks ago to Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary in South Dakota to visit the Adobe Appys, and it was gorgeous with a new snow, and I had wonderful time visiting and photographing the horses in such a gorgeous backdrop.

These are two wild horses that came forward as the rest of the horses in the pasture streamed by in the background. It was an amazing sight!

This image and be ordered as a fine art print or as a gallery wrapped stretched canvas. It works best as a long rectangle. The code for ordering the image is: fineartcolor-220-PaintedSnowDay

And it can be ordered here:

http://www.livingimagescjw.com/buy-books-prints/fine-art-prints/nggallery/fine-art-color/fine-art-color-4

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New Wild Horse Artwork

“Two Stallion Friends” by Carol Walker

This was also taken at Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, and it is of two stallions goofing around together in the stallion pasture.

This image is available as a fine art print or as a gallery wrapped stretched canvas, and it works best in a rectangular size. The code for ordering the image is:

fineartcolor-319-TwoStallionFriends

http://www.livingimagescjw.com/buy-books-prints/fine-art-prints/nggallery/fine-art-color/fine-art-color-4

If you would like to find out more information about the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, please go to their website to find out how you can visit and how you can donate to help the horses: http://www.wildmustangs.com/

50% of the proceeds on the sales of these two prints will be donated to Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary.

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  1. My family own a horse, and I work as an animal rights activist trying to save all the horses from the horrors of slaughter. The wild ones are really getting a raw deal from our country. Humans must become educated as to who these magnificent creatures really are, they are our healers.

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