Photo Of The Week – 9/10/13

September 11, 2013

DSC_0292b-sThe unmistakable pinto stallion from the Sand Wash Basin HMA, Picasso (Colorado).

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13 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 9/10/13”

  1. Lisa Says:

    What a beautiful guy!!!!

  2. Robyn Says:

    I love this Stallion….”Picasso” You’re Captivating….

  3. Robyn Says:

    Picasso is captivating!!!

  4. Arlene Says:

    His Name tells it all, a work of Art, Picasso!!!!!!!!

  5. He looks so young in this photo!

  6. Lyn McCormicK Says:

    Nobody does color better than mother nature !

  7. suzy Says:

    I pray you will be safe and run free
    from the relentless and barbaric BLM.
    You are stunning!

  8. Eileen Says:

    He is truly magnificent! ❤

  9. Judy Belluomini Says:

    Reminds me of another wonderful stallion that was so much a part of your life!

  10. Robyn Says:

    Love Picasso….

  11. Leilani Clark Says:


  12. Chris Posey Says:

    Love all the different pictures of Picasso – that old good looking guy.

  13. Maggie Frazier Says:

    He does sort of remind me of your stallion – so beautiful and still free??? Pam, you are SO fortunate being able to actually see these horses where they should be.

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