Photo Of The Week – 4/28/10

April 28, 2010

I call this image, “Quiet Moments of Freedom.” It was taken in March of 2007 at the McCullough Peaks HMA. It’s one of my personal favorites. Two bachelor stallions enjoying a beautifully, peaceful morning overlooking their home range.

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6 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 4/28/10”

  1. Lu Says:

    one of your best, Pam. who knows what they were thinking? so beautiful…
    thank you
    hugs Lu

  2. KELLY MILITELLO Says:

    Just makes me smile & feel at peace. What a great way to start the day! Thanks Pam. Your pictures do more than you may know.

  3. Dixie Wilson Says:

    I was especially interested in your Pryor Mtn. pictures as I am a photographer living in Billings and specialize in the Pryor mustangs. You can see some of my work on Facebook. Keep up the good work and hopefully this beautiful herd will forever roam wild and free on this breathtaking land.

  4. Lynn Bauer Says:

    Thanks, Pam – Beautiful and touching as always! Love your work…
    Lynn

  5. TJ Says:

    Love photos like this … the quiet ones … Reminds me what it is I love most about being out there with the wild ones.

  6. pnickoles Says:

    Thank you Lu.

    Glad the image brought you a smile Kelly. 🙂

    Thanks for writing Dixie. You have some great work on FB.

    Thanks so much Lynn. Hope you’re doing well.

    TJ – exactly. 🙂


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