18 Jun 15. For this week's Theatrical Thursday we'll take another look at the horses on the central MT hillside. This time it is just a lone stallion making his presence known to all. This guy's head and tail move with the wind and in the right conditions I'm told it is almost life like. From the roadside they actually do look real, but when you get up close you get a somewhat different perspective. I've tried to present this guy to you in a way that you can make out most of his parts, that is to say, you can see them although I'll wager you can't identify all of them; I know I can't. The road in the background - light tan band - is MT highway 287. From the pullout on the west side of the highway, the one you are not supposed to use, your view would be of the other side of this stallion looking across him, right to left, from head to tail. Take this photo along with you as a reference when you go to visit them. I've given it a poster-like look so you can add your own text.
The base image was adjusted for max tonality, given some small micro contrast adjustment, and then adjusted to give this poster look. Nikon D300s; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 200; 1/200 sec @ f / 8.