Photo Of The Week – 5/4/11

May 4, 2011

Not one of the best photos I’ve ever taken, but this mare is special and I just had to share. She truly has the heart of a wild one!

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10 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 5/4/11”

  1. Dic Says:

    love these pics, thank you

  2. patricia field Says:

    A tue beauty, one of my favorites! Thank you for allowing me to appreciate her!

  3. Beautiful and beautiful coulurs. Even a heart on the back:) Thank You for sharing Pam.

  4. celeste Says:

    She is very special with that heart marking. I’d love to see her other side to know if there are other cool markings to notice. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos with us!

  5. Katrine Pett Says:

    “She’s a true wild beauty!”

  6. Linda H Says:

    She is a beauty! Is this a recent photo? The reason I ask, is that there’s a mare in the pens at Canon City with a heart on her as well–could this be the same one? I long after her every time I go there.

  7. Shelva Wood Says:

    My heart is singing so loud, she is absolutely breath-taking!!!!! She is the absolute speciman for the entire population of the mustangs!!!! THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART. AWESOME!

  8. arlene Says:

    She is very Special she has her heart right there for all to see, nature is amazing , she is stunning always………………… I feel sorry for those who cannot see the wonder of the Wild Mustangs! They are an amazing Gift that should be Protected from all Harm…………. without Question……………….

  9. MargoWolf Says:

    Sweetheart, yes! mar

  10. Maggie Frazier Says:

    How beautiful – certainly is recognizable with that marking. Hopefully, wherever she is, someone will discover her & give her a home.
    My horse (an App) had a butterfly on his right
    shoulder! I think some of us (horse people) look closer than others to see how special these animals are – markings & personalities.
    Wish more people could

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