Photo Of The Week – 1/10/16

January 10, 2016


A snowy hill climb to better forage. Piceance Creek/East Douglas HMA, Colorado.

This photo is from a trip Tom and I took to Piceance a few weeks ago. It was one of the most beautiful, C-O-L-D (-29 degrees) and peaceful trips I’ve ever experienced. Magical. That’s just the best way to describe it. 🙂

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12 Responses to “Photo Of The Week – 1/10/16”

  1. Maggie Frazier Says:

    Seeing them sure does tell you how beautiful and tough and strong they are – where they should be! If they were left alone – really left alone – they would still be able to live their lives as they should.

  2. suzy Says:

    Your photo speaks volumes as to what these magnificent horses go through. Their toughness, their determination and their sense of survival is poetry.

  3. Ronnie Says:

    So impressive. The horses, snow with evergreens.
    Your photo is inspiring, Pam. I can imagine how peaceful it was there. And you photo looks like a painting! Thank you.

  4. pnickoles Says:

    They certainly look good Maggie.

  5. Lynn Bauer Says:

    Completely, totally awesome! Wow!

  6. pnickoles Says:

    Thank you so much Suzy. Beautiful words.

  7. pnickoles Says:

    Thanks Ronnie – very, very peaceful and everything looked like a painting! 🙂

  8. pnickoles Says:

    Thank you Lynn – right place, right time. Aren’t they amazing? 🙂

  9. Rachel Anderson Says:

    Wildly majestic. Gorgeous photo. Living life as they were meant to live.

  10. Reblogged this on HORSE COMPANION and commented:
    What amazing photographs… truly beautiful!

  11. Amanda Says:

    What amazing photographs… truly beautiful! I’m adding your link to my favourites on my web page.

  12. pnickoles Says:

    They’re amazing aren’t they Rachel? Living wild – living free.

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