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Brooming, or rubbing back the tips of a ram's horns along the ground, prevents them from impeding vision as they curl. Depending on how the horns grow, a ram won't always broom them back if they don't curl into his vision. This one, along the North Fork of Wyoming's Shoshone River, displays the tattered ends of horns he's begun clearing out of his vision. This is offered as a 16x16 print in a simple, black frame, though other options are also available.