Photo Of The Week – 3/20/13

March 21, 2013


This stallion gently tries to nudge the little stud colt along. The colt was lame and having trouble keeping up with the band. I don’t know what became of the little guy, but it was obvious this stallion wasn’t giving up on him. Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA in Colorado (archive photo).

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7 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 3/20/13”

  1. Linda Ha Says:

    What a poignant moment! It just shows again what complex family bonds they have. Thanks Pam!

  2. tzfitch Says:

    That’s so touching! If people only realized the intricate family bonds that exist among these magnificent creatures!

  3. Allene Cash Says:

    That’s as caring as the elephant families! Love it!

  4. Arlene Says:

    Horses display all that is beautiful, their expression of beauty and family values is magnificent , Humans could learn from them !!!!!!! They belong to the Range and those who have any doubt should step back and watch them !!!!!! They are natures true Balance !!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Maggie Frazier Says:

    How anyone could look at this & not care for these animals is beyond me – breaks my heart what’s happening to the herds.
    I know the only way I’ll get to see them is thru pictures like the ones you take & I will be forever grateful for that.

  6. pnickoles Says:

    Oh jeez – I just noticed I hadn’t responded to comments! Forgive me for each of them means a lot to me.

    Thank you Linda and Terry – these are the kinds of images I love to share because they do show the bonds and just how much family means.

    Wow – thanks for the comment Mom! 🙂 It will be nice to observe the elephants with you this summer.

    Thank you Puller, Arlene and Maggie. I don’t understand how people can’t be moved by these amazing animals either.

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