These wild horses live on the moors of The Longmynd in Shropshire. My husband and I lived on the very top of the moors for three years, where the wild horses would roam over the 6,000 acres owned by The National Trust. We shared this space through all the seasons and watched stallions fight, foals be born and grow up and studied the herd mechanics in action. Their lives are hard and I miss them dearly. The main stallion of the herd had a 'wall' eye ( one blue eye) my cousin informs me that this is called Heterachromia and this was passed on to some of his foals, some of these are shown in the pictures following.
My Studio on a misty morning
Black & White
Alistair, dogs and wild horses
Me doing something meaningful, I imagine
We have many candelabra primulas as our garden is so wet
one of the circular beds planted on a purple theme