It’s spring and the newborns are out. At one time, this scene would have been common throughout the Western plains, one more turn in the cycle of life.
And then came the near extinction of the buffalo, and this scene became less common; a cause for celebration as conservationists, ranchers and others worked to preserve the buffalo herds.
I love that this image could be one from the past, as well as the present, as buffalo herds grow and once again roam the prairie. Nature doing what nature does.
Yes, thankfully there are people who take action to try and preserve the gifts we often don’t recognize.
Isn’t that the truth. Too often we take things for granted… until they are gone.
An absolute truth!
Trapper, great painting – you might like my new post titled “new life” on the Mirrorless Gallery Blog – some similarities regarding the subject.
Thanks – I’ll check it out.
Aw, that’s precious. 🙂
Your work never ceases to amaze me. I can envision being there!
Thank you – you made my day.
Stunningly beautiful. New Life . Look forward to seeing more New Life .I love the spring when all comes to life from animals to birds flowers and trees. Thanks for sharing
Thanks so much for the nice comment.
You captured the fragility of the newborn.. 🙂 think he/she’s practicing on her balance.. vintage feel..
Thanks for the nice comment.
Wow! I think this one is my favorite. You have some serious talent.
Thanks for the nice comment – it’s much appreciated.
Beautiful piece! Thanks for sharing and for visiting my blog!
Thank you. I enjoyed stopping by!
I really like this one. Beautiful work. It is wonderful to discover other artist’s work. Thanks for your visits and likes on my blog.
Thank you for the nice comment. It is fun to discover other artist’s work, which is one reason I’ve enjoyed visiting your blog.
Very nicely done!