Photo Of The Week – 8/25/10

August 25, 2010

A group of Fifteen Mile HMA wild horses along the ridge of a butte they had hidden behind. Amazing how they can disappear from view when they feel threatened. I just visited this herd area last weekend. A blog update will follow soon with more images and details.

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6 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 8/25/10”

  1. Janet Ferguson Says:

    Looking forward to the blog update!

    What a loss it would be to future generations if we lose our beautiful, multicolored, wise and wonderful wild ones!

  2. Jean Bonde Says:

    I thank you for the beautiful pictures week after week after week. Thank you for giving us a chance to see wild mustangs, they are magnificent creatures.


  3. Thanks always for your efforts to see so many of the wilds ones. I owe you a note… mar

  4. pnickoles Says:

    It would be a terrible loss, just as you said Janet.

    You’re very welcome Jean – it’s my privilege to share them with you all.

    Would love to hear from you Mar… 🙂

  5. cat Kindsfather Says:

    Awesome!!!

  6. Elden Olsen Says:

    Just love your photographs. Love wild horses. Branching out into Colorado since I have been in Utah last 20 years. I probably need to start a website like you, TJ and NRobert for Utah Wild horses.


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