Nature and Landscape Photography, Photographic Journal of literary and Poetic Expressions
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Cumberland Ents Protector of Wild Horses
The horses feed on the grass under the protective shade of the Cumberland Ents. These ancient trees spread their branches in a protective guard around the horses. They help to shield them from rain and heavy winds and provide shade from the hot sun that beats down on the island. These horses roam the island freely and they get the right of way to the island and tourist do not get in their way. Particularly, when there is a herd stampeding down the dirt roads. You will move out of their way! Where in Middle Earth do horses rule the land and are allowed to run free?