More Wild Horse Photos
Are you guys tired of horse photos yet? Lol. This post has a lot of images, so I’ll probably be done after this.
I think my favorite thing about watching the wild horses is seeing how they interact with each other. We watched each little family group within the herd, and how they stuck together. Thanks mostly to the stallion who kept them that way. But the young ones clearly knew who their siblings were, and they would stay together.
Even the adults like to be near each other. You can tell they find comfort from the closeness.
There is a lot of nibbling and nuzzling.
As I mentioned in my post last week, there is a definite hierarchy in the herd. Twice we watched them at a watering hole, and both times it was very evident who got to drink first, next and last in line. This watering hole was also a mud bath. They really loved it.
And they can be silly. How would you caption this?
Then there are the handsome stallions.
Love these guys.
But be careful.
This photo was one of those great delights when I opened it in my computer. The dust coming off those hooves is perfect.
Our last evening there we were treated to a wonderful golden sunset, and rainbow.
And here are a few random photos.
That’s a lot of photos, I hope you enjoyed them. I am adding photos to the Horses gallery on Mary Hone Photography. The 25% off sale is still happening for a few more days too.
The morning we were leaving, we looked out the window and saw the herd right outside our RV. I went out to take photos and they went into the trees. There was a big watering hole there. I went back a little later and decided to try and get video of the herd. Clearly I’m not a videographer, but I hope you enjoy this 2 minute video just the same.