This episode is all about the stunning Spanish Colonial Mustangs who live on the shores of the Outer Banks. This show is particularly moving to us because of what happened shortly after we wrapped filming at the Corolla Wild Horse Fund‘s sanctuary.
In Early September, Hurricane Dorian slammed into the North Carolina coast. As a result, a massive wall of water blasted Ocracoke Island. Tragically, that storm created a terrifying tsunami that washed 28 wild horses off the island and to their deaths.
To see these beloved and majestic horses roam free, passionately respected by so many, especially those with whom we met while filming – well, this was simply an enormous loss.
Watch this episode to learn more about how these wild horses have lived for hundreds of years on the shores of the Outer Banks in North Carolina and why they are so worth protecting.
This show airs on PBS / Public Media NC UNC-TV this Thursday night. You can also see additional content from this episode, tips about the photography & gear used, and some inspiring ideas of what you can do with the images you love to take in our After The Shot deep dive episode – all found at ChasingFramesShow.
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