Photo Of The Week – 11/10/10

November 10, 2010

A Pryor Mountain (Bighorn Canyon area) mare and foal taking it easy while keeping the flies off of each other. June, 2010.

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

  1. zoe Says:

    the lighting on this one is just perfect

  2. Karen Says:

    You swish me, I’ll swish you. I love it! Thanks for sharing a happy moment.

  3. Jim Westin Says:

    How cool is that….teamwork saves the day. Wish I’d been there. Beautiful photo, too. Looks like a nice place to be in June. Have they had a round-up there since?

  4. cat Kindsfather Says:

    Nice capture. Love the use of the tails for fly swatting. Horses are so smart.
    Thanks for sharing this.

  5. arlene orlando Says:

    To capture the beauty of the Wild Ones is an art, you are perfection, this is a lovely moment for them, I want them to have many more as you do !!! Thank You for sharing this beautiful moment……………

  6. TJ Says:

    Day in the life – love it.

  7. arlene orlando Says:

    When they are free to roam , is when they are most beautiful, we must free them all, they represent freedom to me in a most wonderful way !!!

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks for your comments everyone! 🙂

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