December 26, 2014  •  4 Comments
A few days ago, I went searching for Arizona's mustangs (wild horses) in the Tonto National Forest.  To my surprise, 
I quickly located three separate bands near a river.  They were grazing peacefully along the muddy river bank.
Being unprepared for the required river crossing, I took off my shoes and waded through the river while carrying my camera gear. 
I spent several hours on the other side photographing the wild horses.  It was a beautiful sight as the sun started 
to set behind my back.
Here is a preview of the hundreds of images I made that day.  One of the mustangs had enough of wading through the mud 
and took off running.


Jorn Vangoidtsenhoven Wildlife and Landscape Photography
Thank you so much Kathleen!
- Jorn
Kathleen Howard(non-registered)
Your talent and eye for beauty is amazing.
Jorn Vangoidtsenhoven Wildlife and Landscape Photography
Thanks Duane! I had a great time.
I went back today and only found one band, hiding in the forest near the river.
awesome....look forward to seeing all your images.....I love photographing the wildies :)
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