On this Valentine’s Day, an appreciation for National Geographic’s offering on love:

"It doesn’t matter who how or what you love…just love it fully. In this case, Ben Masters’ love for Mustangs pulled him to drive a small group of horses from Mexico to Canada to raise awareness for our native wild breed. Happy Valentine’s Day…hoping your love takes you on big adventures."

Photo by Cory Richards

On this Valentine’s Day, an appreciation for National Geographic’s offering on love:

"It doesn’t matter who how or what you love…just love it fully. In this case, Ben Masters’ love for Mustangs pulled him to drive a small group of horses from Mexico to Canada to raise awareness for our native wild breed. Happy Valentine’s Day…hoping your love takes you on big adventures."

Photo by Cory Richards

Comments powered by Disqus
  1. locksmithoflove reblogged this from beingblog
  2. sexinslowmotion reblogged this from beingblog
  3. mischada reblogged this from beingblog and added:
    Photo by Cory Richards
  4. lauraawisneski reblogged this from beingblog
  5. newsjreview reblogged this from beingblog and added:
    NewsJReview (NJR) It’s never too late for a Valentines Wish….Happy Valentines to all our Readers. Julius Suber Publisher...
  6. ofalmond reblogged this from beingblog
  7. vagtazo-lelek reblogged this from beingblog
  8. aripapp reblogged this from beingblog and added:
    Love that story
  9. ingriddamiani reblogged this from beingblog
  10. ahippiekid reblogged this from beingblog
  11. kinneeniesology reblogged this from beingblog
  12. sheilastansbury reblogged this from beingblog
  13. mountainrigirlmo reblogged this from beingblog
  14. boiledmango reblogged this from beingblog
  15. kqadams reblogged this from beingblog
  16. aileenside2side reblogged this from beingblog
  17. rereadyoumemorizeyou reblogged this from beingblog
  18. lachaim reblogged this from beingblog
  19. daddyscatgirl reblogged this from beingblog
  20. tncrsn reblogged this from beingblog
  21. lapillus reblogged this from beingblog