Friday, February 08, 2008
Mexican Mule, Update
This little gal couldn't stand to stay like she was. She's tired from working hard, so I dropped the reins to give her a rest. And to create a trail that leads your eye into the picture. I got caught up in the tack, making it the focal point instead of the mule. This is very rough, homemade tack, and I liked the way it looked, even though I think it must be uncomfortable for the mule.
I included a close up, so you can see the detail.
Juliet gave me the scoop on this mule, her name was Camellia, she worked on a sisal plantation in the Yucatan....
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