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One of my greatest joys is going to northern Arizona in the springtime to photograph horses. It’s especially interesting because most of the horses are roaming the open range. There are almost no fences in Navajo land, except for corrals near dwellings. For the most part, the Navajo follow the belief that the animals should wander freely. The herds generally stay together in their area, since water is scarce; they know to remain near the windmills and water tanks.