Wild Horse DVDs

December 10, 2009

Just a reminder that these DVDs make great gifts and were created in an effort to bring much needed awareness to people who have never seen or don’t even realize that wild horses still exist (at least for now). The DVDs are available individually or as a set with special pricing through my website:
(http://www.nickolesphotography.com/HTML/cardsdvd.htm).

“Our Wild Horses II” (my second DVD) is also available through the equestrian catalog, “Back in the Saddle.”

These DVDs portray the beauty of our magnificent wild horses in their wild homes accompanied by some very moving and powerful musical selections. The second DVD also comes with a reference booklet that provides any information known about the horses in each photo (location, name, etc).

“Our Wild Horses” is $19.95 plus $2.75 shipping (up to 2 DVDs)
“Our Wild Horses II” is $29.95 plus $2.75 shipping (up to 2 DVDs)
The set of both DVDs is $44.95 plus $2.75 shipping per set

Anyone that already has one or both of these DVDs, please feel free to share your own thoughts (in the comments section) about the DVD(s) that might help explain them more fully to the people who may be interested in knowing more. Thanks so much!

16 Responses to “Wild Horse DVDs”

  1. Jody and Marty Says:

    Pam, thank you for offering these DVDs. They are spectacular. We were spellbound watching them tell their story. The music is fantastic and the photography is amazing. After watching them, we bought 3 more. Thanks for all that you do.

  2. RJ Daum RPLS Says:

    Pam,
    Keep the provost at Southern Methodist University on your mailing list. He received one of your DVD.
    You can mention my name in any mailings.
    http://smu.edu/provost
    He is working very hard to make mustangs as a expression of the SMU education ,culture and contribution to the global community.

  3. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Jody and Marty,

    Thanks so much for your comments and support! I really appreciate it. Read a story I wrote about Jody and Marty at the link below (amazing, inspiring people):
    https://nickolesphotography.wordpress.com/2009/08/24/finding-a-way-back/

  4. pnickoles Says:

    And RJ – thanks for your support as well by sending my DVDs out to folks in hopes of getting the message out. I appreciate all you do for our wild ones too.

  5. TJ Says:

    I have both DVDs, and I completely agree with Jody and Marty: They will keep you spellbound! The match of photos to music is really magical; these collections truly celebrate the gift and treasure that our mustangs are to this country. Simply beautiful. Pam’s passion for these horses shines in every photo and every score. Love them!!
    TJ

  6. Vicki Freiberger Says:

    If you like horses (which you must, or you wouldn’t be here) this is a must to have! I have both, and love them. You can’t believe what the pictures look like on our projection big screen. The music is wonderful. (Especially the 2nd DVD, I really love it) Now, my 20 month old Granddaughter likes watching too. Cadence says, “Horsies!” And dances to the music. Thanks Pam for your inspirational creations!!
    Vicki Freiberger

  7. pnickoles Says:

    TJ – thanks so much as always for your friendship and support. That’s a huge compliment coming from another avid wild horse lover and I very much appreciate it. 🙂

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Vicki – you make me laugh. I’m so glad that you and Cadence enjoy the DVDs! Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts. I’m grateful to you in so many ways.

  9. Margaret Says:

    I got my videos in the mail today! Had to miss Dr Oz to watch the second video. I really wanted to see Medicine Hat and listened to this glorius music.

    The video is OUTSTANDING!

  10. Billie Says:

    I have both DVD’s also and I couldn’t agree more with everyone else. Fabulous photos and music! They are very nicely done.

  11. pnickoles Says:

    Margaret – I’m happy to hear you received the DVDs okay and that you enjoyed them. Sorry that you missed Dr. Oz however. Thanks for the compliment. 🙂

  12. pnickoles Says:

    Billie – thanks so much for your kind words. Hope you’re doing well. Tom and I need to get up your way again soon. Anyone who wants to follow The Little Book Cliff wild horses in western Colorado, check out Billie’s blog: http://wildhorsefever.spaces.live.com


  13. With the constant onslaught of advertisment for numerous movies and in-your-face documentaries, pledges for financial support and commitment to a wide array of good causes and the overall financial climate we live in today, it is easy to be overwhelmed into a state of guilt and numbness where beauty and dreams have no place, where inactivity is the normal state of mind.

    With Our Wild Horses and Our Wild Horses II, Pam has managed to let these spiritual, beautiful, wild creatures not only tell their own stories but also that of America. She has brought the beauty and dreams back into our lives which allow us to engage ourselves not based on guilt or shame but because we want to do so.

    Our Wild Horses and Our Wild Horses II is movie making at its best. Both Hollywood and independent movie makers ought to pay attention to Pam’s effortless storytelling, her lack of lecturing and bullying and thereby the respect she shows for her audience’s intelligence.

    Our Wild Horses and Our Wild Horses II are must haves not only for horse lovers but for everyone who believes in the legacy of America.

  14. pnickoles Says:

    Marianne – all I can say is Wow. Your words bring tears and make me feel proud of my small contribution to the wild horse protection efforts. Thank you. I’m honored that you shared your VERY gracious thoughts with me. It’s a wonder to me how that terrible situation with El Mariachi brought so many good people into my life. I’m grateful that you and your family have been a part of that incredible outcome. Hugs all around and thank you again for your kind, thoughtful words.


  15. Pam – There’s a Danish saying I love very much and try to keep in mind even at the darkest times of my life: “Nothing is so bad that it’s not good for something!”

    I’m happy that I met you, happy to call you a friend (a dear one indeed) and thankful that the unnecessary situation with El Mariachi and Hope introduced you into my life.

    And remember, it’s your art, your gift, your heart and hopes you invest. You own it.

  16. pnickoles Says:

    I love your Danish saying – it puts so much into perspective. Thank you and many blessings my friend.


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