Along the state line between Montana and Wyoming, in a landscape of high desert, rocky ridges, and semi-alpine slopes, live the Pryor Mountain Mustangs---bands of wild horses descended from the original Spanish steeds brought over by the Conquistadors. These wild descendants of equine royalty browse, roam, fight, and mate as they always have. Drawn to the unspoiled glory of their existence, photographer Lynne Poeranz spent two years among the Pryor Mountain Mustangs, watching their routines, observing their complex relationships, and capturing in photographs the very essence of their wildness. Her photographic journal tells the story of courage, resilience, and freedom that speaks eloquently to the human spirit.
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