Photo Of The Week – 11/03/10

November 3, 2010

A stunning black stallion keeps a watchful eye on his family. Sand Wash Basin HMA, Colorado (10/31/10).

(Click on the image for a larger/sharper view)

The “Email Subscription” link automatically alerts you to new posts. Stay updated and subscribe today!

(Photos are for viewing purposes only. Images are copyright protected and owned solely by Pam Nickoles Photography. No reproduction or downloading permitted. Feel free to share the link, not the images. To share, click on the blog entry title. The permanent link will be displayed in your browser’s address bar. Copy this address to share.)

13 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 11/03/10”

  1. Jim Westin Says:

    What a great shot, Pam. It almost makes me feel like I was there.


  2. No one appreciates your photos and shares more than I do……I love the halloween spook, of the grey stallion! Great fun! You know I love your work, and I am very glad your out there! thank you Pam! tatiana

  3. arlene orlando Says:

    He is absolutely Stunning !!!! WOW !!! This is only one of the reasons we need to save these BEAUTIES…………… Thank You Pam for your Awesome Photos, you captured his true beauty !!!They certainly make my day !!!! He is the picture of nobleness, pride , and represents the True Beauty of these precious Wild Mustangs !!!! There is no doubt !!!!

  4. TJ Says:

    Love this! This is exactly the kind of photo I love that shows the relationships of the horses to each other and their home. Just beautiful.

  5. Darcy Says:

    Pam, as usual your photo’s are outstanding! :), just love them.

  6. Judith Hamilton-Schultze Says:

    Stunning. Makes a statement on how majestic our Wild horses are. We must protect them with everything we have. Thank you for another outstanding photo Pam.

  7. cat Kindsfather Says:

    Beautiful capture Pam, and showing the family bond and importance of their family structure.

    I want to share here, a shot I captured of our local mustangs near Carson City. They were racing directly toward me, and then peeled around my right side. HA! What a rush of excitement! And you know what, my spirit was immensely enriched by this experience!! Congress was right in 1971!
    And it holds true today, for those of us that can feel…..

    Wild Horses enrich the American spirit!

    Wild & Free
    Love seeing all your photos of them. Thanks for sharing!
    Blessings , Cat Kindsfather

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Jim – you WERE there! Such a good time…

    Thank you so much Tatiana. I truly appreciate you and all your support.

    I’m so glad you liked the photo Arlene. There are just so many ways these horses are so special.

  9. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks TJ. You and I strive for the same kinds of photos – the ones that tell about their bonds, families and the landscapes where they live. You do a beautiful job of it my friend. 🙂

    Thank you Darcy and Judith! 🙂

    Beautiful image Cat! Thanks so much for sharing. Sounds like it was a pretty exciting moment. 🙂 And, yes, Wild Horses definitely enrich the American spirit!!

  10. suzanne o'meara Says:

    absolutely divine – beautiful horses .


  11. Great picture. He is keeping his eye on things. Horses are so beautiful in the wild!

  12. Jim Westin Says:

    I really was, wasn’t I. What a great time. When’s tea-time? Leav’n B&E on Monday.

  13. maggie frazier Says:

    To: cat Kindsfather:
    Your photographs are great – watched & listened (altho I dont speak french) the French film crew that did a story on the mustangs & exactly what does happen to them. Hopefully that will arouse more interest here & other countries in our mustangs and whats being done to them.
    Thank you
    Also I so enjoy Pam’s photos & text.
    Thank you too
    Maggie


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: