Photo Of The Week – 9/15/10

September 15, 2010

Something spooked these bachelor stallions in the Great Divide Basin area of Wyoming – take a look at those cutting horse moves they make to get out of harm’s way in a hurry. Just awesome. They settled down again and I was able to take quite a few more photos of them.

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10 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 9/15/10”

  1. cat Kindsfather Says:

    AWESOME!!! I feel the excitement!
    Great capture, and thank you for sharing it.

  2. The boys of summer… mar

  3. Elden Says:

    I love your pictures. Wish some day I can take pictures as good as you. I attended the wild horse gather out in Utah on the Conger and Confusion HMA – one day each. It was sad to see these magnificent animals loose there freedom.

  4. Puller Lanigan Says:

    Gorgeous! Love the Palomino and the Chestnut is bright as a penny!

  5. Gerri Kier Says:

    BEAUTIFUL shot Pam! Great depth of field that helps to keep the focus on these beautiful horses.

  6. Janet Carabello Says:

    What handsome guys and great photo! Wish I could have one of every color.

  7. Angie Says:

    Love it!…MUSTANG “cutters”!….should be in a Cutting horse magazine. Beautiful shimmer and action…one of a kind photo that you do so well Pam!

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks Cat – it was kinda funny. I know they “thought” they heard or saw something over there, but I never did. They were QUICK! Just another illustration of just how much horse these Mustangs are.

    Indeed Mar – don’t they look great? All shiny and fat.

    Elden – thank you for attending the roundup for the horses. I know how hard that is to witness – it is terribly sad. Thank you for your kind words about my photos.

  9. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Puller – both very healthy looking horses. Love your description of the chestnut. 🙂

    Thanks Gerri – love your photographer’s comment/compliment. Much appreciated.

    Thank you so much Janet.

    Hey Ang – aren’t they cool?! Yup, Mustangs can do anything. Thanks for your support as always. 🙂


    Such grace & agility!! They are truly dancing!! Seeing such beauty in your pictures makes anyday much better!! Thanks.

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