Ghana 14th March 2016 Part 1 - Today was our first full day in Mole National Park. We had a brief Greyish Eagle Owl right beside the lodges the previous evening after settling in. We awo...
March 5, 2013
What purpose does this horse have?
Alone in a small patch on a cliff edge with no shelter, open to the elements of the Atlantic ocean weather.
Its been here all winter....why?
Is it ever ridden ,walked,loved by an owner?
There are so many of these type of horses in fields and roadsides right through Ireland..
What is the obsession with these creatures ?
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