Kimerlee Curyl, ‘SLEEPING BEAUTIES’, Exhibit by Aberson

Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, SD 2013
“Horses are social creatures. They physically and psychologically ‘need’ each other. They are not meant to live alone, separated from each other and what is natural to them. Graceful images such as this are common amongst horses in the wild. The herd is family, nap time generally comes in late morning or early afternoon when the fear of predators is lessened. Horses keep alert during evening hours and during that time they only let the young sleep. Often they’ll form a circle around the sleeping youngsters to protect them.”

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