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According to the weather report it’s supposed to get up to about 65 degrees (farenheit) today. Even though it still February a few things such as my wife’s tulips are beginning to bloom already. Spring is definitly on its way here. So I decided to do some more spring themed art.
Mustangs are one of those ubiquitous symbols of the American West. Technically they are feral horses being descended from domestic stock but calling them the wild horses of America definitly has a more romantic ring to it. ‘Pinto’ refers to the horse’s coat and means that it has patches of white and another color.
Tagged: , Hidalgo , Horse , Mustang , Wild , Feral , Gallop , Galop , Pinto , Galloping , Pony , Express , fast , american , west , western , equus , equine , freedom , spring , springtime , rockies , rocky , mountains , grassy , field , plains