Wild horses, on Corolla Beach. Photo source: ©© dgladfelter
Come summer, the beaches of this barrier island will be choked with cars and sunbathers, but in the off-season the land is left to wild horses.
Thousands of them once roamed the length of the Outer Banks of North Carolina, the likely descendants from mounts that belonged to Spanish explorers five centuries ago…
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Photo source: ©© Natasha Wheatland