Wild Horses of Sand Wash Basin – Sunset

June 13, 2014 at 5:00 am (Colorado, Photography, Wild Horses of the Southwest) (, , , )


The day’s last light cast a golden glow on the landscape and the horses of the Sand Wash Basin near Maybell, Colorado.  The palomino stallion had been grazing alone across the road for quite awhile, and now rejoins the herd.  Is he the herd stallion?  He initiated many enthusiastic interactions, as if he were saying “glad to see ya, buddy” or maybe “don’t forget who’s boss.”







A friendly greeting?  Or a test of character?













_D609181-copy-2Most of these images were made from the car.















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1 Comment

  1. Everette said,

    I love these pictures!

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