An Artist Among the Wind Horses of Mongolia (Hardcover)
An artist visits Hustai National Park in Mongolia and takes part in the reintroduction project of the wild Przewalski horses, or Wind Horses as they are known by Mongolians. A reflection on the story of humans and horses in the wilderness, illustrated with 36 original colour paintings.
Searching for her place in the world, she finds company with wild horses and explores the interplay between the herd and the lone wolf.
"I slipped across the grasses, becoming one with the trees and rocks. Sometimes, they passed so close I could have reached out my hand to skim their hides, the ribs, the last of their tattered winter coats."
"It was natural then that I'd made my way here, having been affected and altered by horses throughout my life."
An excerpt of this work was published in Travelers' Tales: The Best Travel Writing 2009, under the title, "In a Place of Wind".