I wish I remember the name of the places that are in the photographs below but that rock is a beauty. The picture on the left looks like a submarine to me, but I can't recall what it was called. This trip was a couple of months ago and I didn't take notes, so unfortunately, I cannot totally help, but if you do a vacation down by the Gila National Forest, you'll get to see this too.
These last pictures were taken at the beginning of the day, but usually at the end of the day we would bring Buck back, take his saddle off and give him a rub down with the two different brushes so he can enjoy himself and be rewarded for a job well done. Buck loved his rub down and he especially loved getting his face rubbed because Buck would get itches on his face. But in general, he loved it when I would brush him down. I would use the metal brush and then the vinyl one. At times, he would turn to me almost asking me to stop brushing his back and brush his face again. So, I did! He was lovable.
I will go through my other pictures and see if I have a more perfect one of Buck, but despite shadow and all, you can see him. I love his dark mane that hangs to his left always. I found that unique about him. I miss you, Buck. You were very special to me.
Best wishes to all and safe travels,