Photo Of The Week – 09/29/10

September 29, 2010

This Sand Wash Basin (Colorado) band stallion gracefully moves around me to get a better look at the “intruder” admiring him. (September, 2008)

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4 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 09/29/10”

  1. Deby Zimmerman Says:

    What a shame that this beauty has most likely been rounded up, gelded and hopefully found a home, if not than he probably went to some holding facility. I truly wish that there would be SOMEONE in our government with the balls to shut BLM DOWN PERMANENTLY!!!! This has GOT TO END NOW!!! Not AFTER ALL of the Mustangs are gone FOREVER!!!

    Your photos are inspirational Pam, and hauntingly beautiful….thank you for sharing.

  2. R.T. Fitch Says:

    Geee Pam, there you go again, posting pictures of the skinny starving horses that are dying on the ranges from lack of water and food. Thank God we have the Cattoors and the BLM to save them from the misery of being wild and free…NOT!!!


  3. i totally agree..i just can NOT fathom this craziness and WHY…..there is not one heart or brain in the political system that realizes that darkness of this action…on a karmic level…USA is setting up BAD juju
    everything about this is WRONG and against Nature:(
    thank you for caputring the magic Pam

  4. pnickoles Says:

    Deby – I haven’t seen this guy since taking the photo, but it’s my hope that he’s still out there. I hate to lose these beautiful animals over and over…

    Hi R.T. – I’m still looking for the skinny horses they claim are out there, but in all the years I’ve been photographing these magnificent creatures (and in all seasons), only a few sick, old and/or the band stallions trying to keep/get a family have looked the slightest bit thin. The camera doesn’t lie.

    Mary Ann – I agree. We are not treating the Earth and its creatures well – and I do believe in Karma…


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