Photo Of The Week – 01/27/12

January 28, 2012

Something a little different this week…hope you enjoy.

(The photo is of a wild stallion from the Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA in Colorado).

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15 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 01/27/12”

  1. katrine pett Says:

    Speaks volumes! lovely wild one- thankyou!

  2. Sylvia Brown Says:

    Beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing your images with us.

  3. gerrikier Says:

    Pam this is a Very Beautiful piece…thank you for posting it. You have an Amazing weekend!

  4. pnickoles Says:

    Thank you Katrine. I appreciate your comments.

    Thanks Lori! 🙂

    I love sharing the images with you all Sylvia. Thanks for your comments.

    Thanks Gerri – you have a great weekend too! 🙂

  5. Lyn McCormicK Says:

    I think wild beasts are a manifestation of a God – especially wild horses.

  6. pnickoles Says:

    I think so too Lyn. 🙂

  7. arlene Says:

    Their presence is always a pleasure for the soul, their presence is also warmth for the heart, Ah but their beauty a sight for the eyes , their souls are magic undeniable…………… Freedom is their essence , Freedom belongs to them……….. Thank You Pam…………………….

  8. Janet C Says:

    Very inspiring!!! Life would be empty without our animals, wild and domestic. Beauty IS the Beast.

  9. Jim Westin Says:

    The picture’s worth a thousand words, but Aristotle was on to something.

  10. Linda Ha Says:

    Thank you for this beautiful P/ED horse, as well as the poignant words this morning!

  11. SHIRLEY LE GARDE Says:

    THANK YOU FOR THE PICTURE IT TRUELY SHOWS THE WILD FREE SPIRIT OF THE WEST TO BAD SO MANY HAVE FORGOTTEN WHAT IT IS.

  12. Cat Kindsfather Says:

    Awesome to see them this way, great image Pam. Its what we are fighting for.

  13. Craig Downer Says:

    Indeed, it’s what we are fighting for and we will prevail and so will the freedom of the horses and burros and the whole community of life. I address this in my just published book: The Wild Horse Conspiracy.

  14. louise martin Says:

    Pam I enjoy your photos every week! You do incredible work!! Thank you 🙂


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