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"BedHead" by Kimerlee Curyl
BedHead, Wild Stallion, Utah's Onaqui Mountains.
While out with the wild herds, no matter which area, photographer Kimerlee Curyl finds herself surrounded by the herd leader or stronger stallions. She loves to think it's kismet, however as herd dynamics go, it's the proud role of the leader. Protecting his family. This exquisite stallion was near her almost every day of this trip. Spanish in his look and stature, he was living, breathing poetry as he courted the hearts of young fillies. This image was captured as he was doing just that. Literally courting a beautiful bay filly with big doe eyes away from her family band. Such a beauty to witness as the mare and stallion of her band, put up no argument, knowing this is the true order of things in the wild.
Measurements: 54" w x 36" h
Dedicated to the cause since 2004, Kimerlee's hope is to inspire others, not only to appreciate the beauty of these creatures, but to take an interest in helping preserve their place on this land - our American Public Lands. She is committed to the protection of wildness, her ongoing efforts not only chronicle the freedom of our wild horses on their home territory and to help raise significant awareness for the plight they are continuing to face year after year.
Note: This item will be ready for you to take home at the end of the gala. An additional fee will apply for shipping.
Generously Donated by Kimerlee Curyl Fine Art Photography