Spending time with Wild Horses
The more time I spend visiting the wild horses, the more I fall in love with them. Al made a comment that, “This could be addicting.” I said, “Could be? Too late for that” He chuckled and agreed. Looking at all the photos I have taken, makes me miss them, and I just want to go visit again.
I love spending time with Wild Horses, learning about their behaviors, the strong family bonds, and the different personalities they all have.
Plus, they are just simply beautiful.
This old stallion is amazingly handsome. I have posted photos of him before. He’s the old guy that hangs out with his buddy, the black stallion all the time. We never see one without the other. They are past their prime, and I have to wonder if maybe they were rivals back in the day.
We wonder if some of the white horses are his off spring, I would guess yes.
I love how interactive they are with each other. Nuzzling, nibbling, and scratching each other are very common.
Protecting the little ones.
This young guy looked pretty happy to me.
This is one of the littlest foals in the herd right now. He climbed up on this small boulder, and dad was right there to watch over him.
His older sister joined him, and they were so dang cute together.
And then there are the sleepy babies. This little one was completely relaxed, and sound asleep.
But then, so was this mare nearby.
They can go from asleep, and relaxed, to on the move in a matter of minutes. More on that tomorrow, as I realized this post is getting very long. Lol. So many photos to share.
I have added a ton of photos to the wild horse page on Mary Hone Photography, so check that out. And remember, 15% of every sale will go to American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign.