There is quite possibly only one place where not only can a person see wild horses on the beach, one can share a home with them. The Northern Outer Banks of North Carolina contain a majestic wild horse herd that lives on a barrier island sandwiched between the Currituck Sound, the Atlantic Ocean, and undeveloped False Cape State Park, Virginia. Literally at the end of the road, North Carolina highway 12 becomes the beach, embarking on a thirteen-mile journey of sand roads, houses, and wild horses. The author spent five months living inside the horse preserve, intent on photographing the horses in their natural state, sharing them for all to enjoy. Containing 103 images, the book captures these magnificent creatures being themselves alongside the Atlantic Ocean, stirring the wild horse in all of us.
Full color interior, cover, and back.
8.5 inches x 11 inches.