Something I always strive for is capturing wildlife in their habitat. For an area considered the North Dakota Badlands, it always seems to have abundant grass when I visit. The contrast of Little Sorrel's coat made him easy to see, but I imagine if he were a little further back against the hills, he would blend in. Environments like Teddy Roosevelt National Park make me think that mustangs control when they are being seen. Although he was visible from the road, he could have easily slipped into a more hidden area in the time it took for me to get close enough for photos.