Photo Of The Week – 10/12/11

October 13, 2011

This Red Desert (Wyoming) stallion blends with his surroundings so perfectly. He belongs.

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15 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 10/12/11”

  1. Kim Michels Says:

    He’s beautiful. I hope he’s there next summer when I go out to photograph.

  2. pnickoles Says:

    I hope he is too Kim!



  4. gerrikier Says:

    Yes he does belong! Such a beautiful creation he is.

  5. pnickoles Says:

    Shirley – taken before the roundup. Actually taken last fall.

    Yes he is Gerri – hope you’re doing well.

  6. arlene Says:

    Thank you Pam again you have captured the true beauty of Nature, he is magnificent…….. He and the others represent FREEDOM in its true form, if anything here belongs it is certainly the Wild Mustangs………………… they were made in beauty so all could never deny their true innocent worth only those who are truly blind to all beauty cannot not see them for what they are !!!! Our Future !!!!We must protect them from all harm………….. they must remain free. !!!!!

  7. Can you recommend the best place that I could take my kiids to see the horses from the road with binoculars? We live in Rawlins Wyoming and we want to see them, yet not disturb them. I have a horse lover that would be grateful for the advise. πŸ™‚

  8. Lethie Says:

    A real beauty. Love it’s color. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Craig Downer Says:

    Love to see the horse with plenty of space and the vast desert backdrop. Where they belong indeed!

  10. pnickoles Says:

    Hello Amy – Rawlins used to be pretty central to many wild horse areas, but with all the roundups, it’s harder and harder to find the horses. To the SW (Rock Springs area), they’ve had and are currently having roundups in the HMAs. I wouldn’t go there. Cody has McCullough Peaks and those horses can be seen from the roads (which are good). That would be my recommendation for a sure sighting. πŸ™‚

  11. pnickoles Says:

    Oh these guys have plenty of room Craig – I didn’t have a lot of luck finding horses either day I went out. And now a roundup. 😦

    Thanks for your comments Arlene and Lethie. He really is a beauty and he (along with all the others) belong right there.

  12. Maggie Frazier Says:

    He sure does belong – hope he was well hidden during the roundup.

  13. olga Says:


    have you ever taken photos in antelope hills i just adopted a mare from there she was brought in the fall of 2009

    and i would love to find out more about this area and it horses small AML number for the acres. if you have any photso send me a link please

  14. pnickoles Says:

    Hi Olga – I haven’t been to Antelope Hills, but I’ve been all around it; Dishpan Butte, Divide Basin, Stewart Creek, Green Mtn. Your mare is one of the fortunate ones – lucky to have found a home. πŸ™‚

  15. He is absolutely magnificent! Thank you for sharing, as always!

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