Your photos of these beautiful wild horses are great ! I so envy you ! And thanks for the informative text, i learn a lot from you about these horses.
The Appaloosa , is he the one with four white socks and a white back ? // Maria
Thank you Maria. Yes that is the Appaloosa, Isn’t he pretty? Have seen lots of paint horses out here so it is exciting to see this one. 🙂
He´s a beauty 🙂 ! // Maria
That mahogany bay is a real looker!
Isn’t he! Thanks for stopping in Alli. 🙂
They definitely are beautiful.
Thank you for visiting and commenting Wood Dragon. 🙂
These are really awesome photos – you’ve definitely inspired me to do a post focusing purely on the Mongolian stallions I have encountered. They’re just so photogenic, particularly in the way they engage with the presence of the photographer/researcher.
Hey thanks for stopping in, commenting and following my blog Robin. I am really glad I found yours. You are doing some fascinating work in a place I have always been interested in. Looking forward to you posts. 🙂
Just amazing! Stunning captures of these handsome animals!
Thanks Susan! 🙂
Utterly magnificent. Such amazing captures…. Here’s to their protection, with what’s happening to them in the U.S., now.
Thanks FeyGirl! 🙂 Yes we need to all keep a watch on their status and future.
WOW. They’re so insanely beautiful! #1 might be the most beautiful horse I’ve ever seen. 🙂 GREAT pictures, Alison!! And thanks for sharing, it’s a real treat to follow your blog!
Thanks so much Calee! He is handsome isn’t he? It is a treat having you follow my blog. Your comments and enthusiasm are much appreciated. 🙂
Once again I am in awe of your photos! How raw and wild the horses are, and I understand what you mean by they know they are beautiful. They seem very proud and confident. I especially love the pic of the horse with the wild mane. Has he been around a while? Is his mane grey?
Thank you PK. 🙂 Yes that stallion with the long mane with some grey has been around as long as have been taking photos of these particular bands. He is a favorite of mine. Always has quite a few mares with him and is somewhat tolerant of me.
He’s just beautiful.
Beautiful pictures, thank you for sharing them. The appaloosa is indeed a beauty!
these are absolutely great
horses in nature
are the winds
free upon the plain
of our imagination
I could not agree more Will. Thanks for stopping in and commenting. 🙂
[…] for this post from a series of stunning photos of stallions that I found a northerndesert’s photo-blog of the horses of the Nevada High […]
Their expressions are incredible, so much presence and power, real personalities 🙂 Great shots, bravo! I feel so lucky to have found your pics, they have made my day xox
Thanks so much shamanictracker. Hope I can make your day again sometime soon. 🙂
In my tracking session shamanictracking saw a connection with horses. This one is a beauty.
I wish I could meet this horse. So expressive~
Thanks for visiting and commenting bluebutterflies.
These were great!
Glad you enjoyed them RJ. 🙂
Magnificent photography! Really enjoying your work. Paulette
Reblogged this on The Persecution of Mildred Dunlap and commented:
Enjoy some beautiful photography by visiting this site and clicking on gallery. The wild horse shots are magnificent.
Came from Paulette’s reblog. Beautiful photography.
Thank you tazzielove. 🙂
I would have as much business on a horse as trying to navigate the space shuttle or nuclear sub. On the other hand I am comfortable at the 3 race tracks near me. Usually bet the jockeys and disregard the racing form.
Exceptional beautiful creatures.Civilization were build ,Empires were founded using horses .Thank you for posting these amazing pictures.Best regards.
Thank you jalal. I love horses and love sharing my photos of them. 🙂
What a fresh breath of beauty in your pictures. They take me to another place, which is free and unspoiled. Wonderful!
So happy to hear you were transported. That what I think photos should do. Cheers! 🙂
I love these pictures as I have a soft stop for horses. They have so much personality when you get to know one.
They do indeed. Thank you so mush for stopping in and taking the time to comment. 🙂
Wow, I have just come across your blog at this post – so beautiful. I also think there is something wild and dangerous and beautiful about stallions – I’m glad there are still some in the wilderness.
Thanks Fabulous Fur Friends! There are still quite a few in Nevada. We need to be vigilant to make sure that it stays that way. 🙂
Paulette, that is a very beautiful animal. Take care, Bill
Thank you Felicia. 🙂
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