White Water Passage by Howard Terpning
When the Plains People traveled widely through the land that was their home, there were quite obviously no highways or roads, wide paths or bridges. Sometimes, the forest was so thick that it was impassable. The better of two traveling evils was to forge through the rivers and across their slippery boulders; however tough it may be.
White Water Passage finds a group of warriors working their way slowly through the icy current, both mount and man focused on their feet and balance.
To view more by Howard Terpning click here
To view his complete works click here