Wild Horse Field Diary - Sunday April 25, 2021 - Wild Horses of Missouri Broadfoot Herd
I got out to the Broadfoot area before sunrise and the valley was completely covered in a blanket of fog.
I patiently waited for the light and suddenly the herd appeared. I could barely make them out because the fog was so heavy, but I could hear and smell them from the woods where I was located.
I got to see the three new foals today and that is always a joy. There are a total of 15 in the Broadfoot herd as of today, counting the three new foals.
The real magic today was I got to watch the stallion court one of his mares at sunrise and I got several great photos as well some some incredible 4K video footage of the event too. You will see a few of those photos in the section below.
I will share additional photos from today and the 4K video in the near future after I get the editing completed.
For the photos today, I used my Nikon D5 with the Nikon 600mm F4 lens and for the video I used the Canon C200 with a 150mm-600mm zoom lens.
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