New Feature: Photo Of The Week

October 24, 2009

Sometimes, there just isn’t enough time in a day to get a bunch of photos and a story compiled for posting, but there are so many images of the wild horses that I’d like to share. So I’ve decided the best way to showcase these magnificent animals is by featuring a “Photo of the Week” in addition to the more in depth stories. I hope you enjoy them.

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Isn’t he gorgeous? This is Tango and I took this picture right after a storm. Unfortunately, Tango broke an ankle/fetlock and was lost to us in 2006. He was from the McCullough Peaks HMA near Cody, Wyoming. He lives on in photos…

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8 Responses to “New Feature: Photo Of The Week”

  1. TJ Says:

    What a fabulous idea, Pam! And he was, indeed, gorgeous. You can really see his drafty heritage. Thanks for helping them live on!!
    TJ


  2. Yes, he is fine. You have captured his spirit. mar


  3. Hi Pam
    Just love your site, and hope that one day we can hook up our ABOUT A HORSE with your wonderful stories and of course your beautiful photos

  4. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks TJ – I know you understand the time constraints too! 🙂

    And thanks Marilyn for your comments. I hope to meet you someday soon.

  5. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Maria,

    Thanks so much for stopping by. I’m honored of course. Hope you and Bruce (http://www.brucerowland.com) are doing well and any time you want to link to my site, please feel free to do so. It would be my privilege.

    Related story: https://nickolesphotography.wordpress.com/2009/03/14/a-proud-moment/


  6. That is a fantastic idea!!! Tango was just gorgeous1!!! Can’t wait to see more of these beautiful animals!!

  7. Sandy Elmore Says:

    Thanks Pam. I will look forward to a different picture and story each week!

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks Michelle and Sandy – I’m glad you look forward to seeing more of the wild horses. I wish everyone appreciated them the way you guys do.


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