13 May Free Range Icelandic Horses
The horses in Iceland live a very different life to many domesticated farm animals. They spend most of their lives roaming wild in the highlands. Once a year, towards the end of the summer, they are corralled down from the mountains and brought back home.
This unconventional part-time freedom doesn’t appear to make them weary of humans. Quite the opposite in our experience. We often found it a struggle to take photos of them without being crowded out by wet noses pushing up against the lens or some curious equine tugging at your hat.
Here are a few of the photos that I liked best. I’d be honoured if you would use the buttons below to share with your friends.