Photo Of The Week – 9/6/12

September 6, 2012

My favorite Piceance Creek/East Douglas wild stallion. Once more, the first horse we saw on our latest visit. He was also the first horse I saw on my very first visit to Piceance back in 2006. He has certainly changed colors (lightened up) since then. Think I need to do a post about the changing shades of “Handsome.” Always so good to see him. (9/1/2012)

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11 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 9/6/12”

  1. Kim Michels Says:

    Beautiful image Pam 😀

  2. Jeanne Hummel Says:

    My God, he’s magnificent Pam!

  3. Diane Wagner Says:

    Oh incredible photo! Amazing how connected you and Handsome are – how he greets you every time 🙂

  4. Lyn McCormicK Says:

    What great camouflage for the sage prairie. Looks like there might be some Belgium in his background.

  5. Kerry Says:

    what awesome confirmation!

  6. ginger Says:

    Andalusian looking–quite the beauty. Great shot Pam.

  7. Arlene Says:

    WOW PAM Only Nature can display such awesome Beauty, and so very healthy………… Pam you are amazing !!!!!!

  8. Janet C Says:

    A real handsome “hunk” of a horse!! Glad he is free to roam.

  9. Margaret Says:

    Wow Mother Nature sure knows what she’s doing! He’s gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Amy T Says:

    Breathtaking and too beautiful for words, may he long live free!

  11. Maggie Frazier Says:

    So much for the BLM’s & others remarks about these scrawny inbred wild horses!!!!
    He just proves them to be complete liars – as do all the wild horses I’ve ever seen (pictures).
    So beautiful

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