Photos & Stories
Picasso and Phinneas, make their way through the grass flats on the
east end of the island.
Paula, is already a mahogany-colored beauty.
with two of his herd on a grass flat beside Back Sound. The community
of Harkers Island can be seen in the background of this picture. Harkers
Island, accessible by bridge, is between the mainland and Shackleford
Banks. (See the map on the "about
the horses" page.) Shackleford Banks is accessible only by
boat and is part of the Cape
Lookout National Seashore which is managed by the National
Family Day at the beach.
Harkers Island provides the backdrop as a mare stops, at Bottle Run Point
on the sound side of Shackleford, to snip a bite of spartina grass.
Her companion continues around the point toward a water hole.
Combing on Back Sound.
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