We've reached the end of the month and the end of our Rawlins Mural Tour. What better way to finish the tour than with the largest grouping of art -- six pictures of the same subject, a wild stallion named Desert Dust.
While many of the murals were painted directly on the building, these are not, but are, as you can see, framed oil paintings.
I have to admit that I was saddened to learn that Desert Dust was eventually captured in 1945. However, as the tour brochure assures us, wild horses can still be seen in the Red Desert west of Rawlins.
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